Wicked Garden Debuts ‘Home, Too Far’ Video

Courtesy: TAG Publicity

Wicked Garden debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Home, Too Far‘ Thursday.’  The video features the band performing its new single and footage of of a countryside passing by in black and white.  The imagery is meant to illustrate the message in the song’s lyrical content, which focuses on the matter of appreciating those we have while they are here.

Front man Dominick Luzio discussed that theme in a recent interview.

“This is a song about loss, and how you can never get back the time you have with someone once they are gone,” he said.  “And while the term “Home” refers to an afterlife or another plane of existence, it’s too far away for the people that have been left behind.”

The song’s musical arrangement features a distinct 90s alt-rock sound similar to works from the likes of Creed, Stone Temple Pilots, and Temple of the Dog.

Guitarist Shawn Trojahn discussed the song’s arrangement in his own comments.

“I was frustrated by not having written by not having written anything in a while,” he said.  “Then when i came up with this riff, I knew it had something.  It was different from our other songs, but still sounded like us.”

More information on Wicked Garden’s new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:


Website: http://wickedgardenlv.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wickedgardenvegas

Twitter: http://twitter.com/WickedGardenLV


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