Rock band The Reed Effect kicked off the weekend with the premiere of the video for its latest single.
The band debuted the video for its single, ‘Megalomania‘ Friday. The single is featured in the band’s album, 1973. The record has also produced the singles, ‘Rise Up‘ ‘Trampled Under,’ and ‘Fine Here.‘
The video for ‘Megalomania’ presents the band performing its new single on a stage setting. The presentation is meant to reflect what the band looks like in a live setting.
The musical arrangement featured in ‘Megalomania’ is a clear blues-rock style composition. The straight forward approach is immediately infectious. Throughout the composition, the classic rock influences are evident. At the same time, there is something about front man Kirk Reed’s vocal delivery that when set alongside the instrumentation, conjures thoughts of works from the likes of Collective Soul, too. The overall presentation is a fully engaging and entertaining work.
Reed explained the lyrical theme behind the new single, saying it stemmed from personal experiences.
This song, “Megalomania” has to do with some run-ins with a number of acquaintances over the years,” Reed said. “However, I don’t hold any grudges. There’s no point and a waste of my energy. We’re all human and make mistakes and hopefully learn from them. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t challenged with being a megalomaniac myself. Although, I don’t want to make a career out of that.”
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