Category Archives: Lyric Video
Waken have put up the lyric video for “We Will Run” on Youtube. The song is taken from the band’s latest release titled Endless Light EP. Listen/download & view the lyric video below. RIYL: Kye Kye, M83
House Of Heroes have released the lyric video for their new single “Satisfied”. Check it out below. The song appears on the Smoke EP, due out August 19th.
Moriah Peters released a lyric video for the track “Stand Strong” which appears on her brand new album, titled Brave, that released yesterday. Watch below.
BEC Recordings have released a lyric video for Manafest’s new single “Diamonds” which features Trevor McNevan of Thousand Foot Krutch. Check it out below. His new album, titled The Moment, releases August 5th.
Bellarive have posted a lyric video for the track “Calling On Fire”. The song appears on their upcoming album, titled Before There Was, that releases July 22nd. Pre-order the album from iTunes & get 3 songs instantly.
Sef Idle will be releasing an acoustic EP titled Start Again on August 5 via Thumper Punk Records. Check out the lyric video for “5AM” below. You can also download the track from Bandcamp below. Pre-order the CD here.
Phanatik, of Cross Movement fame, will release his new album, titled The Art Of Battle Rap: Puns And Punchlines Vol. 1 on July 8th. Pre-order on iTunes to save $3. Check out his new song “Warning Shots” below.
American Arson have released the lyric video for “Battle Flag”, the fourth and last track from the new EP, titled The Vine & The Branches. Check it out below. Make sure to tune in to IVM this week for premieres of all the tracks! Order the album, which releases June 27th, here. Read more about the meaning behind the song below as well. Stay tuned as we will have an interview with the man behind the band very soon.
The last song to be revealed is possibly the most straightforward, a song called “Battle Flag.” It revisits a theme I’ve touched many times throughout my musical career in songs like “Shipwrecked Safe & Sound” and “Firstborn” – the idea that suffering is inevitable, but that it’s the way we respond to that suffering that truly defines us.
Learning to deal with disappointment is a life-long process, and I certainly haven’t mastered the steps. But when I’m faced with hardships or difficulties, I want to be defiant, refusing to let discouragement triumph over determination. I want to be the one who isn’t afraid to embrace a winding, unorthodox path if it’s truly the one I’m meant to walk. So for this video, I thought I’d take on the role of a buccaneer flying a rebel flag… but you’ll have to watch it to see what I mean! Thanks again everyone, and please enjoy the final installment of this video series – “Battle Flag”
Rush Of Fools have released a lyric video for the track “Take Me Over”. Check it out below. The song is taken from the band’s latest release, titled Carry Us Now, that is available now.
American Arson have released the lyric video for “The Least Of These”, the third track from their new EP, titled The Vine & The Branches. Check it out below. Make sure to tune in to IVM this week for premieres of all the tracks! Order the album, which releases June 27th, here. Read more about the meaning behind the song below as well.
Hello and welcome to Day 3! I’ve decided to skip around again and release the final track from “The Vine & The Branches” today, a song called “The Least Of These”. You’ll quickly realize that it’s a bit of a departure from the loud rock songs I’ve released so far, more of a whisper on an album of roaring. Those of you who read the post I created back in April might remember that all of these American Arson songs were written and recorded as if they were being performed by a single guitarist and drummer (though I did have some gang vocal help from Noah DeLeon of Gone By Sunset on this song). This is primarily accomplished via looping, whereby parts are played live and then looped over one another using a foot pedal. This technique is on full display in “The Least Of These,” with both picked and ebowed loops loops stacking on top of one another as the song swells in the bridge.
Lyrically, “The Least Of These” is loosely based on the true story of a homeless man who laid dead on the streets of an American city for more than a day. Passers-by noticed him, and some even stopped to pose for selfies next to the man’s body, but an ambulance was never called. The story really hit home with me, reminding me of the way we often pass by the homeless and destitute as if they were simply an unfortunate piece of the local scenery. Whether or not their situation was brought on by addiction or bad decisions, or was perhaps the result of an unfortunate or uncontrollable turn of circumstances such as mental illness or the loss of employment, one thing is certain – life is precious.
American Arson have released a lyric video for “They Will Know Us By Our Love”, the second track from their new EP, titled The Vine & The Branches, . Check it out below. Make sure to tune in to IVM this week for premieres of all the tracks! Order the album, which releases June 27th, here. Read more about the meaning behind the song below as well.
“I’ve decided to skip ahead a bit on the EP and reveal a track with a positive message that I’m very passionate about. There are so many ways that we define ourselves these days – by our profession, our familial status, our taste in music and style, and of course, by our country of residence. While there is certainly nothing wrong with taking pride in our country, nationalism can become dangerous when it causes us to view those who live elsewhere as second-class citizens whose lives aren’t quite as important. This can make it easy to turn a blind eye to poverty and injustice around the world while we worship our own laws and system of government. But perhaps we’d be better off holding one law above all the rest: Love One Another. American Arson is proud to present, “They Will Know Us By Our Love””
American Arson have released a lyric video for “Joseph The Dreamer: A Brother Betrayed”, the first track from their new EP, titled The Vine & The Branches, . Check it out below. Make sure to tune in to IVM this week for premieres of all the tracks! Order the album, which releases June 27th, here.
Check out “Heaven On The Earth” the brand new single from LUKAS, a worship group from the Central Coast, Australia. You can download the single for free via the band’s website and it should be on sale on digital outlets soon.
Jerry Fee has released a lyric video for the track “Mystery”. Check it out below. His music can be described as “lush, synth-pop and new wave sounds of his childhood.” His new EP will be released soon.
Bellarive have released “Bring Us Back” & you can check out the lyric video below. The song is the first radio single to be released from their upcoming July 22nd release titled Before There Was.
ilia have released a new lyric video for the track “As Winter Stays”. The song appears on the band’s upcoming EP, titled Reborn, which releases July 11th. Check it out below. Pre-orders will go up this week.
Indie worship artists Jordan & Kristin Rippy released their new EP, titled Seek You First, this past Tuesday. Check out the lyric video for “Come Like The Wind” below. The album is available on iTunes now.
Jon Guerra released his brand new EP, titled Glass, this week. The folk artist also put up a lyric video for the track “I Will Follow” which you can check out below.
Brightwork have released a new lyric video for the track “Write This Down”. The band will be releasing a new album, titled Hope For Love, sometime this Fall. You can also check out another track & an album promo that they’ve released from the upcoming album below.
IVM is proud to premiere Embers In Ashes‘ new lyric video for title track from their latest album Killers & Thieves. The independent hard rock act released the album this past February and look to hit the road this summer. If you haven’t picked up the album do yourself a favor & check it out!
Newsboys have released their latest single ‘That Home’ just in time for Mother’s Day. Check out the lyric video of the song below.