NEWS: Break Me Down Releases Video for ‘Your Game’

Posted by Jessica Clingempeel (15.09.2019)

Break Me Down releases their new lyric video for the song ‘Your Game’ which will be part of their new album ‘The Pond’ out on October 17th.

The song takes on the world’s insecurities and issues. Everyday we see violence and hate crime because of the many differences of people be it race, religion, lifestyle, etc. I recently watched a film based on Sophie Lancaster and her boyfriend, a goth couple that were attacked for being “different”. Unfortunately Sophie’s horrific injuries ended her young life. Even though we are ending the year 2019 we still face discrimination something many have tried to eradicate for years. Something that may never be. We may not fit the mold others want us to be, but we need to learn to ignore the hate and to love ourselves.

The message in this video is powerful. The instruments mesh well together and compliment Irene’s voice well which are clear and easy to hear and understand. If this song is an example to what is to come of the album, there should be no disappointments.

Laerte says: “we live in a world where people do not feel comfortable with differences: color of the skin, language, religion, disability, faith, sex … love. “Your Game” invites each one of us to look around and understand that, these dissimilarities, instead of making us feel bad, can enrich us.. if we only accept  and welcome them as they are.”

Watch the lyric video below and follow Break Me Down on Facebook.

New Single Release: Serpent’s Order ‘Wall of Screams’

Serpent’s Order has released their new single ‘Wall of Screams’ and also an official lyric video which can be seen below. The song is from their upcoming album ‘Watchers of the Future’ to be released soon.

Wall of Screams is a great first single that gives a promising look into what may be a great album to come. It has that overall old-school black metal sound with thrashing guitars and crushing screams. If you are a fan of black metal then you will want to check this band out. Follow them on Facebook.

NEWS: Lyria releases autism-themed clip

One of Lyria’s most popular songs, The Rain, just won a clip. Inspired by the story of an Australian fan diagnosed on the autism spectrum, the song talks about overcoming and about love. The video was recorded at Casa Santa Ignez, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and shows a series of “easter eggs” related to the disorder, as a way of drawing attention to the cause. The track is part of the album “Immersion”, released in 2018.

“We like to talk about emotional issues that deserve attention and cause identification with listeners. ‘The Rain’ is one of the most beloved songs in the audience and talks about autism, sensations, life and overcoming.”, reveals Lyria’s vocalist, Aline Happ.

The song was inspired by a poem written by Warren Mayocchi that, along with the lyrics to ‘The Rain’, can be found in the book ‘Human: Finding Myself in the Autism Spectrum. The fan is on the autism spectrum and the song portrays the overcoming of the obstacles faced by his condition. The song addresses the feeling of isolation, the difficulty of opening up, and how love can become a source of security and self-confidence.

The video for “The Rain” is full of symbolism. Starting with the costumes, the dresses in blue and the covers in blue and purplish red refer to the fight for the cause. The cover itself can be understood as a veil that hides the person and that brings a sense of protection. The falling rain refers to a unique sensory experience and the feeling of freedom.

By removing the hood and enjoying the rain, you can see the delivery to the new sensations. The doorway shows the transition between childhood and adulthood. It is also noted the child’s legs positioned in a very characteristic way in W. The puzzle refers to the autistic preference for individual and logical games, besides being one of the symbols of autism.

The clip also shows the protagonist’s encounter with her childhood version, bringing a counterpoint between childhood fascination and the reality of adulthood, between freedom to be alone and the comfort of learning to relate. The child’s lack of eye contact with the viewer changes when the child becomes an adult, overcoming some barriers to look into the eyes of the viewer. The adult reconnects with the child in order to remember his true essence, and now, bringing the learning that he no longer has to hide his true self or become reclusive.

The song “The Rain” was composed by Lyria, while the lyrics are a partnership of Aline and Patrick Happ. The youngest Aline in the video is actress Laura Naylor, the makeup done by Aline Happ, who also participated in the costume, along with Regina Sampaio. The video is from Vinicius Hozara (CS Music Videos). Lyria thanks Casa Santa Ignez for the support, trust and availability of the place. And special thanks also to the project supporters, mentioned by name in the video description on YouTube.