This edition is a little closer to my heart. Today I am discussing my favorite musician, Alexander Deleon. Alex
possibly still is was the lead singer for the American Rock band The Cab. The got their start in 2008 and release two albums, Whisper War & Symphony Soldier, and one EP, Lock Me Up.
Tyler Sharp, altpress.com, write of Alex deciding to head in a new direction. “The Cab frontman Alexander DeLeon has returned with a new project, dubbed Bohnes. While not much has been revealed thus far, a minute-long teaser video has been shared, which offers a brief look into what the endeavor will boast in terms of sound,” said Sharp.
That was two years ago and me and all of his other fans have been
freaking out waiting patiently for the new music. In the timespan from the announcement to now, Alex has released two solo songs, Guns and Roses and Middle Finger, and a cover of Frank Sinatra’s Witchcraft.
The glorious day has come and passed. On September 22, Alex, now going by Bohnes, release his debut single off of his new solo album, the three songs from above not being featured on the project. The song is titled “Six Feet Under”
Liz Calvario, etonline.com, highlights the very interesting setting for the new music video. “Directed by Justin Clough, the video was shot at the abandoned Nara Dreamland theme park in Japan, which was built in 1961 to look almost identical to Disneyland. Bohnes and his crew snuck in to film the clip before it was permanently torn down at the end of 2016,” said Calvario. On his Instagram, Alex has an interactive “tour” of the different parts of the abandon park for fans to look at and feel like they are there.