Dark Station debuted the video for its latest single this week.
The band debuted the video for its single ‘Villain‘ Friday. The song, the fourth to come from the band’s forthcoming album Down in the Dark, was inspired by the movie Venom according to band member Kyle Ort.
Ort talked about that inspiration in a recent interview.
‘Since the lyrics were inspired by the movie Venom, we wanted to keep the same feel for the video,” he said. “The video starts with this darkness taking over [front man] Nathan [Spades], eventually leading him to rob a gas station. The band catches up to him at the end, where Nathan shoots himself in the shoulder, releasing the darkness. This is definitely one of the most visually impressive videos we have made. We think this song belongs in the next super hero movie. Maybe Venom 2?”
Spades expanded on Ort’s comments with his own statement.
“‘Villain‘ is 100 percent about the character Eddie Brock and his relationship with Venom,” Spades said. “It’s about how they had to accept and compromise on this new way of living, but I think people will relate it to things that are important to them. This song means the most to me, because while we were writing the song, I really started to believe in myself again as well as Dark Station.”
‘Villain‘ is just the latest song to be released from Dark Station’s upcoming album Down in the Dark. The band most recently debuted the video for the album’s third single, ‘No Life.’ Its debut was preceded by the debut of the songs ‘Obvious‘ and ‘Heroes.’
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