Dark Station debuted the video for its latest single Friday.
The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Obvious‘ at its official YouTube channel. The hard rock band’s new video features its members performing the group’s new single in a dimly let basement-type setting. The song’s aggro rock style arrangement will appeal widely to fans of said genre, which was popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Dark Station guitarist Kyle Ort discussed the video’s concept in a recent interview.
“I sent a few emails back and forth with our director, Robyn August once we got the song finished,” Ort said. “He heard the song and we were on the same page immediately as far as what the vibe should be. We wanted to make a combination of A Perfect Circle’s ‘Judith’ and Nine Inch Nails’ ‘Closer’ with lighting like the movie Mandy (2018). I think we nailed it.”
Front man Nathan Spades expanded on Ort’s comments as he talked about the song’s lyrical theme.
“It’s me having to force myself to admit something I had known all along,” Spades said. “As if it was inevitable, that something as pure and as beautiful as a relationship could be extremely toxic when blinded by love. When it becomes clear though, no matter how strong that feeling is, it hits hard and you can finally start to see it all for what it really is.”
‘Obvious’ is the second single from the band’s debut album Down in the Dark. The band debuted the video for the song ‘Heroes,’ May 31.
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