Stoner Doom Grunge Hybrid LUNG FLOWER Posts Psychedelic Music Video ‘Beyond Burnt Out’
Vancouver’s sludgy stoner doom grunge hybrid LUNG FLOWER have posted their new psychedelic music video ‘Beyond Burnt Out’ in support of their latest album, the seven track ride ‘Effigy’ released during April 2016. The album is the follow up to their 2014 EP ‘Death On The Crowsnest’ and 2012 debut album ‘Under A Dying Sun‘.
The band comments on the video:
“The video was mostly shot in an abandoned house on the outskirts of Abbotsford BC. We chose this location because it was a perfect symbol for the meaning of the song, the purposely literal lyrics conveying the everyday struggle of the modern day city dwelling man. Burning the candle at both ends eventually leaves you hollow and empty, like most of this house was. We felt that this house, with its disrepair, a sad shadow of what it probably once was, served as our metaphor for a person trying to walk the edge of the abyss, the edge of alleviation and addiction. Someone who is quite literally Beyond Burnt Out.”
To watch ‘Beyond Burnt Out’, please visit the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frK2LQtq9z8
‘Effigy’ is available on Bandcamp at the following link: https://lung-flower.bandcamp.com/album/effigy
March 11 – Pat’s Pub – Vancouver, BC
Lung Flower; Vancouvers own beer swillin, bud trimming, hangover nursing, hard rockers. Fighting for the dying art, keeping the sabbath dream alive. Stoner rock, metal, and grunge come together to form a nice hybrid of the old and new skools, sure to take listeners to a higher level.
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“Lung Flower are increasingly causing a stir in the Canadian metal underground scene, thanks in large part to their most recent release Effigy” – PureGrainAudio
“Vancouver’s very own modern day hybrid with equal parts Nirvana and Sabbath with just a hint of Soundgarden for good measure” – Canadian Beats
“Their guitarist is just rocking crisp riffs and some great leads. Their bassist is just a monster of a man and even more of a monster on the bass! His thick grooving bass lines fit perfectly with their drummer who adds a classic metal vibe to the whole sound.” – Hammer Records