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CURRENTS Release New Video For 'Delusion' + UK Tour with Miss May I




Technical metal masters Currents have dropped their new video for "Delusion." Watch it here:https://youtu.be/TXXrDlgoBaM




"'Delusion' is a song about control and obsession," said singer Brian Wille. "We all come across people who cling too tightly, and sometimes we're the ones guilty of it. Writing this song helped me to deal with my experiences in both respects; dealing with someone who wants to be involved with every aspect of your life, and also with being the one who cares too much.

For the video, we toyed with the idea of having a narrative like we had with 'Apnea' and 'Withered,' but ultimately decided that we should focus more on the instrumental performance, which gives a better idea of the effort that went into every riff, drum fill and lead. We hope you guys enjoy the song and video as much as we enjoyed putting it together."

Currents, who released The Place I Feel Safest last year, will hit the road as part of the upcoming We Came As Romans headline tour, full dates as follows:

WE ARE STRONGER THAN BEFORE EU/UK TOUR 2018
MISS MAY I
FIT FOR A KING
VOID OF VISION
CURRENTS
22.01.18 UK Southampton @ Talking Heads
23.01.18 UK Birmingham @ Mama Roux’s
24.01.18 UK Manchester @ Rebellion
25.01.18 UK Glasgow @ G2
26.01.18 UK London @ Underworld
27.01.18 UK Bristol @ Exchange

Currents’ new record, The Place I Feel Safest, incorporates elements of metalcore and djent for a cataclysmic sound that seethes and snarls with aggressive tone and attitude. Pick up your copy here:http://smarturl.it/CURRENTSNT



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