Track: Ceiling Demons – Soul Within A Storm



Alternative art rap collective Ceiling Demons return with a soulful meditation of reflective wordplay over lo-fi inspired beats on their latest single – Soul Within A Storm -available via digital platforms from 4th December 2020. 

Partly improvised, the song was written a couple of years ago, during a period of transformation and growth while one of the frontmen resided in Munich, Germany and the rest of the band remained in Northern England.

The boys have dropped another heartfelt track with strong lyrics that hit you directly and lofi beats that sound almost spiritual. Organ sounding synths float giving a meditative feeling contrasted with a steady drum beat to keep you anchored. Ceiling Demons make music that is very much needed right now.

Check it out, here

The track is part of the limited edition ‘Coronasessions’ LP, put together to support artists on the Butterfly Effect label during these uncertain times. With the album being sold out the band have decided to release their contribution digitally. Find it here.

Find out more via the bands Facebook

The Guys can also be seen on the debut episode of NARC. Recorded at The Georgian Theatre, Stockton over the summer – the group performed several songs including a couple of new numbers and did an in-depth interview for the renowned North Eastern arts and culture magazine’s latest venture.

Check it out, here:

Finally, if you liked what you saw on NARC. TV and wanna experience it in the flesh, providing that the current lockdown is lifted – the Demons are booked to perform a socially distanced art ritual at The Forum Music Centre in Darlington on Thursday 10th December with support from the sensational songwriter, Zarahruth. Tickets are super limited and sold in tables of two.
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