The Vegas Nerves are a Sydney four-piece band boasting the Latin beats of Alejo Alvarez, the rhythmic bass of Cameron McWilliams, the steadfast guitar of Jürgen Joader and the solid words and voice of Stephen Greenacre.
The group will be releasing their new album, 'An Act Of Faith', this Friday (3 August), but not before they share with scenestr a video for the title track that we are premiering today.
"[The] 'An Act Of Faith' [song] is about self-belief firstly, but also about our faith in others. It is not about organised faith, as such, but something more earthly without which we are lost," the band says.
"'An Act Of Faith' is a song about the tenuous link between intellect and human destiny. If it is about any orthodoxy it wouldn't be an organised one and the song is more pagan hymn than anything.
"A paean to the worship of earthly desires for sure with subliminal references to the untold dangers of formal study and the absolute sickening push by academics for conformity at all costs. Knowledge is overrated as are scented candles."