Rob Clores Debuts ‘Flesh And Blood’ Lyric Video

Courtesy: O’Donnell Media Group

Independent singer-songwriter Rob Clores debuted the lyric video for his new single this week.

Clores, who is also a well-known keyboardist and composer, debuted the lyric video for his new single ‘Flesh and Blood‘ Thursday.  The song and video are the first from his forthcoming debut EP Split Second Meltdown.

The video places the song’s lyrics over shots of various city scenes, some of which are presented in time lapse fashion.  The song’s musical arrangement is a mid-tempo, blues-rock song that lends itself to comparisons to early Stone Temple Pilots works.

The song’s lyrical theme comes across as coming from the mind of anyone who is dealing with the mental and emotional stresses being brought on by everything happening in the world today.  In other words, it is a social commentary.

‘Flesh and Blood’ is one of five songs featured on Split Second Meltdown.  It is available to stream and download here.

The EP’s track listing is noted below.  The record features guest appearances from performers, such as Charlie Paxson (Smashmouth), John ‘JD’ DeServio (Black Label Society) and Jimmy Messer (Awolnation) among others.

 

Tracklisting:

1. FLESH AND BLOOD
2. NOBODY LEFT BUT ME
3. HEAVY SONG
4. CHASING A DREAM
5. THE END OF YOUR WORLD

 

More information on Rob Clores’ new single and EP is available along with all of his latest news at:

 

Website: http://www.robclores.com

 

Facebook: http://www.facebook.comsplitsecondmeltdown

 

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