Black Tree Vultures Takes On Bipolar Disorder In New Single, Video

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As Black tree Vultures counts the days until its new EP’s release, the band is building the anticipation for the record’s release.

The band debuted the video for its latest single ‘Run Back To The Dark‘ Nov. 19. The song is the second single from the band’s forthcoming EP III, which is scheduled for release Feb. 12, 2021. The premiere of the new single and video follows that of the record’s lead single, ‘The Unforeseen’ and its lyric video.

The video for ‘Run Back To The Dark’ features the band performing its new single in and around the backdrop of a warehouse as the song plays over. The musical arrangement in question is a stark contrast to that of the album’s lead single/title track. It is more along the lines of a melodic rock ballad style composition than the full-on, adrenaline-fueled work featured in ‘The Unforeseen.’

The lyrical content that accompanies the song’s musical arrangement is centered on the topic of mental illness, according to a statement from front man Celyn Beynon.

Easily the hardest song I have ever had to write lyrically,” said Beynon. “This is the first time that we have taken a slower route with our songs and this allowed me to get my feelings down on paper more freely. This song is about my bi-polar diagnosis. With me talking to both versions of myself that I hate so much. This song is written about me, however with the idea that anyone can refer to it who may be going through something similar and can relate. The fact that I hate I’m like this, but I am going to do everything in my power to push it away and beat this illness.

More information on Black Tree Vultures’ new single, video, and EP is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Websitehttp://www.btv-band.co.uk

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/BlackTreeVultures

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/BTVulture

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Black Tree Vultures Debuts ‘The Unforeseen’ Lyric Video

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Black Tree Vultures debuted the video for its new single over the weekend.

The band debuted the lyric video for its single ‘The Unforeseen‘ Sunday.  The song is the lead single from the band’s forthcoming EP III, which is scheduled for release Feb. 12, 2021.

The video’s debut came more than a week after the band debuted the song by itself.  The fully CG video features a woman making her way through a post apocalyptic setting, going to different settings, such as a church, a cold, wintery setting (that maybe is supposed to be London) and her own lair of sorts.

The musical arrangement featured in the new song is a heavy, no nonsense guitar-driven work that lends itself to comparisons to works from bands, such as Metallica, Stone Sour, and Megadeth.  Guitarist Aaron “Ham” Hammersley is to be applauded for his performance here. There is even a short run late in the song that sounds like it came right from one of Metallica’s classic albums.  Producer Will Maya (The Answer) is credited with helping the song have such a sharp, intense sound and impact.

Drummer Jono Smith’s time keeping and bassist James “Ched” Cheeseman add their own touch to the song while front man Celyn Beynon’s vocals at times echo the sound and style of Stone Sour/Slipknot front man Corey Taylor.  The whole of those parts alongside the guitars is a powerful first impression from the band.

The song’s lyrical theme is centered on the matter of a breakup, according to Beynon.

“This song started with the Chorus. “Ched” brought the riff to Aaron and Jonno and the song (though very different from what you hear today) grew from that,” he said. “Originally titled ‘Black Limousine’ the lyrical content was very different, but after a tough experience, I rewrote the lyrics to reflect this.”

“On a cloudy day on a Hill in North Dorset, amidst a break-up, I turned to a good friend for advice,” added Beynon. “They allowed me to view myself from the standpoint of someone else. In the song, I refer to a text or two I received in the middle of the break-up describing who I was and what I’d become. It made me realise that things are going to have to change and was a bit of a wakeup call! I think it’s important to write and draw from experience when it comes to music as it makes it genuine and people can connect with it.

Black tree Vultures is scheduled to release its single worldwide on Sept. 25.  .

More information on Black Tree Vultures’ new single and EP is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Websitehttp://www.btv-band.co.uk

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/BlackTreeVultures

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/BTVulture

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Black Tree Vultures’ Proves It Is A Band To Watch With Its New Single

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Independent hard rock band Black Tree Vultures debuted the first single from its new EP this week.

The band debuted its new single ‘The Unforeseen’ Tuesday.  The song is featured in the band’s forthcoming EP III, which is scheduled for release on Feb. 12, 2021.

The musical arrangement featured in the new song is a heavy, no nonsense guitar-driven work that lends itself to comparisons to works from bands, such as Metallica, Stone Sour, and Megadeth.  Guitarist Aaron “Ham” Hammersley is to be applauded for his performance here. There is even a short run late in the song that sounds like it came right from one of Metallica’s classic albums.  Producer Will Maya (The Answer) is credited with helping the song have such a sharp, intense sound and impact.

Drummer Jono Smith’s time keeping and bassist James “Ched” Cheeseman add their own touch to the song while front man Celyn Beynon’s vocals at times echo the sound and style of Stone Sour/Slipknot front man Corey Taylor.  The whole of those parts alongside the guitars is a powerful first impression from the band.

The song’s lyrical theme is centered on the matter of a breakup, according to Beynon.

“This song started with the Chorus. “Ched” brought the riff to Aaron and Jonno and the song (though very different from what you hear today) grew from that,” he said. “Originally titled ‘Black Limousine’ the lyrical content was very different, but after a tough experience, I rewrote the lyrics to reflect this.”

“On a cloudy day on a Hill in North Dorset, amidst a break-up, I turned to a good friend for advice,” added Beynon. “They allowed me to view myself from the standpoint of someone else. In the song, I refer to a text or two I received in the middle of the break-up describing who I was and what I’d become. It made me realise that things are going to have to change and was a bit of a wakeup call! I think it’s important to write and draw from experience when it comes to music as it makes it genuine and people can connect with it.

Black tree Vultures is scheduled to release its single worldwide on Sept. 25.  The song’s video is expected to make its debut Sept. 21.

More information on Black Tree Vultures’ new single and EP is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: http://www.btv-band.co.uk

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

Twitter: http://twitter.com/BTVulture

To keep up with the latest entertainment news and reviews, go online to http://www.facebook.com/philspicks and “Like” it.  Fans can always keep up with the latest entertainment news and reviews in the Phil’s Picks blog at https://philspicks.wordpress.com.