Lane Change Reveals ‘Floodwater’ Video

Courtesy: High Road Publicity

Lane Change is giving audiences another taste of its new EP.

The Phoenix, AZ-based band unveiled the video for the song ‘Floodwater’ today, which is lifted from the band’s new four-song EP Rise. The video mixes footage of the band performing its new song with a cinematic story that bassist and co-vocalist Lizzie Shafer hoped would present a positive message to each listener with each interpretation.

“Even to the four of us in Lane Change, ‘Floodwater’ means something different each time we play it,” Shafer said. “We really wanted to write a song that reflected everything we saw going on in the world, but didn’t want to tell the listener how to feel.  In the concept for the video, we set out to capture the energy and message of the song visually to compliment the sonic element.  We really wanted the ending to leave the viewer feeling a positive emotion no matter what the song and video meant for them.  We tried to focus on the live performance aspect while adding in a minimal, but yet emotional story line.  We couldn’t be more excited with the way it all came together!”

Audiences can view the band’s new video online now here. It is just the latest song from Rise to get the video treatment.  The band unveiled the video for ‘Club 27’ on January 20, 2017.  It can be viewed online now here.

Rise is available now and can be ordered online here. The record’s track listing is noted below

Track List:
1. The Rich Get Richer
2. Floodwater
3. Club 27
4 . We Won’t Back Down

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