King Gorm release “Song From Brighter Days” lyric video

San Diego throwback rockers King Gorm have just released a lyric video for “Song From Brighter Days.” The song is from their upcoming self-titled album which will be released on July 31st.

Band leader Francis Roberts commented:

I wrote Song From Brighter Days (or “SFBD” as Dylan calls it) to be a sort of a clone of what I think of as the pre-1980s rocker ballad. Put bluntly, this song is inspired by Temple of the King (Rainbow), Soldier of Fortune (Deep Purple), Brain Damage/Eclipse (Pink Floyd), Never More (Elf), and pretty much all the other heavy hitters of the 70s that used ballads as a dynamic both to show off and to make the big parts of an album sound bigger.

The lyric video was created by Bernie Giovannini (who is involved with a great cross-genre playlist site called Fresh Pots that I strongly recommend) and features the artwork you’ll find in physical copies of the album. It’s one of my favorite songs on the album, and I hope you like it!

Watch the video: [LINK – also embedded below]

Pre-order the album:

Track listing:
2. Freedom Calls
3. Four Heroes
4. Irondale Burning
5. Song From Brighter Days
6. Beyond Black Rainbow
7. The Witch of Irondale
8. Slaughter the King
9. Ultimate Reality

Francis Roberts – electric guitar, vocals, music & lyrics (Old Man Wizard, ex-Dread Crew of Oddwood)
Erich Beckmann – bass guitar (Kirby’s Dream Band, Grim Luck)
Dylan Marks – drums, percussion, vocals (Beekeeper, Fermentor)
Saki Chan – Hammond organ, ARP Odyssey, mellotron, vocals


Press release courtesy of Dewar PR/AISA PR

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