Track: Lost Society – Stitches

Sam Jamsen

Finnish modern metal squad Lost Society have shared the video for their second single from their upcoming album If The Sky Came Down, due 30th September via Nuclear Blast Records.

The track ‘Stitches’ sees the band deliver a heavy pounding anthem for any modern metalhead out there, while addressing serious mental health issues.

Front man Samy Elbanna stated about the song:

“Chapter 5 continues, and we’re heading deeper inside the human mind. Stitches talks about something that is more than familiar for so many people. The fact that no matter how hard you try to mask your traumas and past scars, they always find a way of haunting you until you come head to head with them all. Sometimes you just have to pull out your stitches and let all the blood and hurt come out, before you can finally start healing.”

He continued about the video:

“Vita Pictura has once again delivered a true masterpiece. Once again the intensity and true anguish of the track gets an incredible visual representation, and the viewers will definitely feel what this song is all about. The video has us in scenes of near insanity, but also in our most free state. Just as the lyric says, we feel trapped by our past, until we rip off the last remaining stitches to let it all out and realise we’re not alone.”

The track’s intro doesn’t set you up for what bombards your ear drums. Elbanan screams his lungs up and treats us to a soaring chorus as the band serves up their chaotic noise that’s heavy as hell.

Check it out, here

Find out more via the band’s Website or Facebook

‘If The Sky Came Down’ will be available via the following physical formats:

  • Jewelcase CD
  • Digipack w/ Banderole
  • 1LP Sleeve w/ Banderole Orange Transparent 
  • 1LP Sleeve w/ Banderole Orange Transparent/Red Splatter 
  • 1LP Sleeve w/ Banderole White (Band)
  • 1LP Sleeve w/ Banderole Black (Band)

Pre-save ‘If The Sky Came Down’ here:

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