WITHERFALL Release Music Video For New Single “When It All Falls Away”

Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr +

Dark melodic metal outfit Witherfall have shared the official music video for their newest single “When It All Falls Away”. The track is taken from their upcoming fourth full-length album “Sounds Of The Forgotten”, due out on May 31st, 2024 via DeathWave Records.

“When It All Falls Away is reflective of our deep love of 70s Rock bands”, Witherfall comment. “Back when the lines between Rock/Prog/R&B were a bit blurry. The song is a dreamy meditation on the subject of loss. Whether it be relationships or life itself the song is about the emptiness that settles in when things are at an end. The title is also a nod to the band name “Witherfall” which is meant to be quite literal. The song features many vintage elements such as a 12 string acoustic, Hammond Organ, Roland Chorus amps, Leslie Speakers and other various toys we had at our disposal while recording at Big Blue North.”

Previously Witherfall have already released the singles “Insidious”, “Ceremony Of Fire”, “Where Do I Begin” and “What Have You Done?”.

“We found ourselves writing really depressing, melancholy songs about how just disappointed we were with all the work we put into Curse of Autumn and then going through the pandemic,” says frontman/songwriter Joseph Michael about the record. “Before that, we thought nothing was going to stop us. Then, something did. We felt a bit defeated. So, that’s how Sounds Of The Forgotten started. But we got out of that quickly. The songs we ended up writing were empowering. We have songs with negative emotions, but the overarching theme is moving forward and perseverance. That’s the epitome of Sounds Of The Forgotten.”

“Sounds Of The Forgotten” Artwork

Many factors influenced and inspired Witherfall’s approach to “Sounds Of The Forgotten”. The album color theme conveys another side to Witherfall’s fourth album’s distress. Often associated with ambition, power, and regality, Blake Armstrong‘s cover art provides a view into and a visual counter to the music on “Sounds Of The Forgotten”.


Comments are closed.

error: This content is copyrighted!