The only constant is change, as progression begins with self-intervention.
RadioBlack’s new video “Nothing is Permanent” sends a red-letter warning toward materialistic mindsets. The imagery captures a tornado’s destruction that ripped through lead singer TJ Courtney’s hometown Willbraham, MA.
The video’s grey overcast portrays a shattered town’s agony while sorrowful instrumentals float throughout the desolation. Haunting reminders in each fallen brick and torn rooftop slide across the viewer’s retinas in a reality check of perception. What you have may not always remain, while what you need can dissipate in an instantaneous misery.
“Nothing is Permanent” is the visual and lyrical depiction of Murphy’s law. This track is the balancing admonition to stay grateful for today’s offerings. RadioBlack’s mournful melody is the raw assessment of character and inevitable change.