2 Shadows Reminds Audiences To Never Judge A Book By Its Cover With New Single, Video

Courtesy: Rock Shop Records

Metal band 2 Shadows debuted the video for its latest video over the weekend.

The band debuted the video for its single ‘Scratching at the Surface’ Saturday through metalinsider.net. The video for the melodic metal arrangement features the band in a studio setting dressed to resemble an eerie forested setting. Along with that is footage of front man Glen Bridden in a coffin, singing some of the song’s lines.

As noted, the song’s musical arrangement is a heavy, melodic metal style composition. Its crunching guitars, heavy drums, and clean vocals lend it to comparisons to works from the likes of Motionless in White and the band’s Rock Shop Records label mates The Veer Union. Speaking of The Veer Union, the band makes a guest appearance in the song.

The Veer Union front man Crispin Earl co-wrote the song with 2 Shadows’ members. Additionally, he produced the song.

The heaviness and fire in the song’s musical arrangement partners with the song’s lyrical theme to add to the song’s overall impact, which the band addressed in a prepared statement.

“Scratching At The Surface is about people making you out to be something you’re not,” the statement reads. “The song describes the pressure of defining yourself in an environment where people tend to take one look at you and assume they know who you are; and they’re often wrong”.

‘Scratching at the Surface’ is available to stream and download here.

More information on 2 Shadows’ new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: http://www.2shadowsofficial.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/2shadowsofficial

Twitter: http://twitter.com/2Shadowsband

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