Independent hard rock band Letter of Marque is taking on the dangers of drug abuse in its latest single and video.
The band debuted the video for its single ‘White Lie‘ last month. The song is the latest single from the band’s 2019 album Outbreak. The album’s track listing is noted below.
The video features a father and daughter who are both battling heroin addiction. The result for each is not good. Because of the simulated drug use, some viewer discretion is advised.
The song’s musical arrangement features a sound that will appeal to fans of Machine Head, with its heavy, thrash style riffing. The screaming, death metal style vocal delivery of front man Matt Gund meanwhile, is comparable to that of Whitechapel front man Phil Bozeman. The pairing of the two influences makes the musical arrangement even more widely appealing.
Gund talked about the meaning behind the video and lyrical theme in a recent interview.
“Making this video truly helped us emphasize what we want the people to understand,” he said. “One bad decision can last for generations.”
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