Seeking Sirenes: Will be releasing a music video in tandem via YouTube
Seeking Sirens have released their new single Splinter on all streaming platforms today, alongside a high energy video.
The band comments: «Folks can expect a much more aggressive composition than our recent debut: Heavy, scathing, with some serious groove and a lyrical direction focused on the innate capacity within us all to flourish in spite of struggle and tribulations. We hope listeners enjoy the high energy and dialed up heaviness, and we also hope the lyrical content resonates with those who have had to stand up to their friends in their lifetimes, which can be infinitely harder than standing up to their enemies».
Seeking Sirenes featuring members of From Under Concrete Kings and Dark Signs. The band formed after a long-awaited collaboration between lead guitarist /recording engineer Kevin Wilson with master facilitator and maniac vocalist Joseph Izayea. As a duo, the two artists recorded a slew of singles throughout the pandemic, slated for release throughout the year. Drummer Andy Jolliffe and bassist Ryan Lambert joined the fray to round out the roster and bring the concept to life. The result: a coupling of massive guitars and vocals with an energy that shakes with in-your-face-rhythm and a powerfully subtle groove.
As proven by their high-intensity and commitment to their craft, the band will continue to utilize their creative prowess as they release more content in the coming months. Despite the lack of shows, Seeking Sirens will continue to carve their own path with more singles and videos as they find their place in the post-pandemic music scene.
Seeking Sirens’ Splinter was available on all major streaming platforms on August 6th and the band will be releasing a music video in tandem via YouTube.