Helsinki-based alternative rock band St. Aurora releases official music video for "They All Remember"
Alt-rockers St. Aurora stepped briskly into the scene with their debut single,"Falling" (Just Another Way to Fly) which instantly took flight onto a bevy of coveted Spotify playlists. The high-octane debut single was followed up by the heavy sophomore single, dubbed "Rejects of Society" and "They All Remember", which showcased the more soulful, sensitive side of the quintet. These cuts pay homage to the band's paragons and reflect the essence of St. Aurora — a sound deeply rooted in punk and alternative rock/metal. The quintet's five-track debut EP, which, as well, bears the name "They All Remember" was released May 28th 2021.
The band have recently released an official music video for the single "They All Remember". Check it out below:
"They All Remember" is a story about the fear of memory loss. The terrifying thought of having to say "Who are you?" to a lifelong loved one and the feeling of being alone against all. When the truth people around you are trying to tell you just doesn't add up. When everybody else does indeed remember, but you don't.
The music video for They All Remember works as the final closure for the
the chapter that St. Aurora's first EP opened.
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