Premiering new track Disposable Paradise on short. fast. loud. last night, Hindsight have released their first video and single in a year - Love Over. Recognised as one of the front-runners in melodic hardcore in Adelaide, this new track stays true to Hindsight's signature sound, but with something more.
Love Over is a definite stand-out. The dark track is brutally honest, weighed with melodic ambience that evokes hair-raising goosebumps. The Basement-like guitar chorus bleed emotion, and the new element of layered clean vocals provide a raw and passionate ear-worm of a melody, that gets stuck and squirms around in your head for days. Though their previous releases like Inner Beauty provide messages of hope and support, it appears the new EP focuses more on the darker parts in life. We can't wait for more.
Crystal Arrow Films have contributed their magic with a phenomenal video which depicts a tragic love story of a soldier in war.
Check it out below:
Images via Hindsight
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