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WEESP Release New Video For 'llumination' Today Taken From Upcoming Album 'Black Sails'



WEESP Unleash New Video 'Illumination'

Electronic alt rockers Weesp from Minsk, Belarus have been teasing some new material and this new video release but now the day has finally arrived and the full video for 'Illumination' is now unveiled today (24th December). Merry Christmas and enjoy some new awesome music from the band!

Check out the gloomy and brilliant new video:



Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoANBJ4CLcQ


This is the first music video and first release by the band since 2015, so you don’t want to miss the ship under black sails! The band stated that new album will have different, surprising and powerful sound that will contain the old vibes seen on their successful 2015 debut 'The Void' but at the same time will feature some unexpected add-ons in terms of instruments and vocals. And ‘illumination’, being the first track from the album, totally proves these words.

The band on the new single 'Illumination' and their upcoming album 'Black Sails':

“We start our journey under the black sails with ‘Illumination’ single as it perfectly represents the sound and general feeling of the entire album, as well as getting well with whole ‘Black Sails’ philosophy.

If you ever felt misunderstood by society, was called a weirdo, or just felt fucking angry about the world around you telling what is right or wrong, you're more than welcome on board. We’re sure we have a lot in common, so join us and have a great journey full of freedom, dreams, and faith.”




The release of the full album, named ‘Black Sails’ is expected for the beginning of 2018, but guys promise to release at least two more single from the album before that. So it seems it’s going to be an exciting adventure under the black sails with Weesp at the helm.


The “Illumination” single is now available on iTunes and Google Play stores and you can watch the music video here. The track is also available for downloading by this link.



Be sure to check out my recent interview with WEESP on Mad About Rock where they discuss more about 'Black Sails' and what lies ahead for them: http://www.madaboutrock.co.uk/2017/12/interview-weesp-belarus.html



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