Track: Hard Rock Duo Satelite Citi Unveils New Single and Rain-Soaked Video for “Trouble Flower”

The Los Angeles-based duo, Satellite Citi, have recently unleashed a downpour of emotion with their latest single, “Trouble Flower“, accompanied by a rain-soaked music video. Fans can listen to the track HERE, and watch the brand new video below.

Speaking on the single’s release, Anna Gevorkian (vocals/drums) shares:

We dived deep into metaphors and used the lyrics as a form of poetry for this song. Lyrically, it tackles mental health, negative self-talk people struggle with when dealing with depression and how a lot of people act “happy” but internalize their struggles instead of being proactive in seeking help.

Reflecting on the track, Shaunt Sulahian (guitar) continues:

I think this is one of the most powerful songs we’ve released both musically and thematically. It’s definitely an immediate punch in the face, but it also has a ton of melody, which is the balance we always try to have when we start writing a song.

Satellite Citi, comprised of Anna Gevorkian (vocals/drums) and Shaunt Sulahian (guitar), has carved a distinctive niche in the music world with their fierce sound and captivating stage presence. “Trouble Flower” is a song that encapsulates the essence of their artistry—a blend of raw emotion and musical prowess.

The music video for “Trouble Flower” takes this essence to new heights. Directed by the acclaimed Jorge Gonzalez, it plunges the audience into a sea of feelings, with the band performing amid a relentless downpour. The rain, a metaphor for life’s challenges, serves as the perfect backdrop for Satellite Citi‘s evocative lyrics and electrifying melodies.

With over 1.5 million streams on Spotify aloneSatellite Citi‘s continued success is undeniable. “Anxious Hearts” saw the band collaborating with renowned talents such as Lit‘s Taylor Carroll and Halestorm‘s Arejay Hale, while the track was skillfully produced by Mike Plotnikoff (known for his work with My Chemical RomanceThree Days GracePapa Roach). The band has additional exciting developments in the pipeline, including more new music and an upcoming comic book that will further establish the band as a force to be reckoned with. Be sure to stay tuned for more Satellite Citi news coming soon.

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