Lufeh debuted the video for its latest single over the weekend.
The band debuted the video for its song ‘End of the Road‘ Sunday. The song and its video are the seventh from the band’s recently released debut album Luggage Falling Down. Its debut follows the premiere of the videos for the album’s other songs, ‘Doors,’ ‘Escape,’ ‘My World,’ ‘The Unknown,’ ‘Find My Way‘ and ‘The Edge.’
As with each of the album’s other videos, this video finds the band performing its new single in what is meant to reflect a live setting. The song differs from the band’s previous singles musically. That is because this song’s arrangement lends itself more to comparisons to works from Spock’s Beard and Emerson, Lake & Palmer than Dream Theater and Haken, whose influences are also audible throughout the album.
The band talked about the song’s arrangement in a prepared statement.
“‘End of the Road’ is upbeat, catchy, and thrilling. Bass and keyboard counterpoint lead beautifully into a jazzy classic rock verse and chorus, but are interrupted by moments of heavy metal and of introspective soul-searching,” the statement reads.
The song’s lyrical content will appeal to its own share of audiences.
1. Find My Way (4:25)
2. The Unknown (3:36)
3. Doors (4:06)
4. Trial of Escapade (4:24)
5. My World (4:52)
6. End of The Road (4:05)
7. Escape (4:03)
8. The Edge (4:04)
Album Length: 33:39
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