Full Of Hell and Nothing deliver another music video off their upcoming split
Official press release:
Like wolves of the same pack separated at birth, outliers instinctually recognize one another. After twisting and turning through the underground on parallel trajectories, the separate paths of Full of Hell and Nothing collide on the collaborative LP, When No Birds Sang (out December 1st on Closed Casket Activities).
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Today, the collective share the album's remarkable second single, "Like Stars in the Firmament." On the song, Domenic and Doyle's (of Nothing) breathy deliveries barely crack a whisper through a haze of evocative guitar melodies, floating toward an airy exhale.
Nothing put a foundation down on 'Like Stars In The Firmament,' and Full of Hell put a house over it—and vice versa." Full of Hell's Dylan Walker continues, "'Like Stars in the Firmament' is like a cooling and serene bath, a valley amongst peaks. It's a slow motion free-fall into oblivion and a fading cry at the end of the road. I think when we are faced with our own mortality and insignificance, we have to confront that oldest of fears and this song manifests that in a beautiful and sad way.
The music video for "Like Stars in the Firmament" was once again written and directed by Mike Martinez and Tyler Way, and correlates conceptually with the visuals from the first single, "Spend the Grace."