Track: Molybaron – Lucifer

Alex Pixelle

With their album ‘The Mutiny’ due 29th October via InsideOut Music / Sony Music Entertainment, the band have shared the new video for their track ‘Lucifer’.

Singer/Guitarist Gary Kelly talks about the single and video here: 

“’Lucifer’ has a pretty simple underlying narrative, but intentionally leaves more questions than answers. It’s about a guy who was once happy, he was the life of the party, he was popular, had great friends and relationships, he was full of confidence. Gradually he starts becoming addicted to social drugs, ecstasy, speed, alcohol… a little more and more each weekend. Eventually he can no longer socialise without it, it becomes his crutch, his lifeline. He starts to believe he is no longer loved or respected, by his closest, dearest friends or family. The only way out is Lucifer (our girl), a metaphor representing the drug, his temptation, his saviour, she can cure the pain.  She can keep him safe in isolation. Our subject has given himself over to her completely.”

With an intense build up on the intro the track explodes with a stonking riff and includes an infectious anthemic chorus that grabs you on the first listen. Kelly gives an impressive vocal especially when he lets his vocals soar on the hook laden chorus.

Check it out, here

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