Animals as Leaders released a must-see music video for âMonomyth,â their first new song in five years.
This latest track from the progressive trio comes in tandem with the news that the band has quit with the Sumerian Records label, which released the last two recordings of Animals as Leaders – 2016. The madness of many and 2014 The joy of movement – suggesting another record is imminent, although there is still no word on it.
For now, âMonomythâ should do more than just scratch the itch for new music from frontman Tosin Abasi and his highly skilled counterparts, guitarist Javier Reyes and drummer Matt Garstka.
The runway has a general vibe of inner mystery, aided by a grayscale music video featuring several bald, shirtless men in long skirts, performing a series of coordinated dance moves that look like a dance. loose and interpreted between series of synchronized movements. .
â’Monomyth’ is partly a feverish dream, partly a ritual,â Abasi explained. “His images represent man’s relentless attempts to translate transcendent ideas into motion. The amalgamation of struggle with meaning. Pain with meaning. The ultimate failure of distilling the patterns seen in the world into knowledge . “
Watch the video below.
While Animals as Leaders hasn’t released a new album since 2016, it’s not that Abasi is idling. It has been called an “air crusher” in the Bill and Ted face the music movie last year and played on the title song of the movie on the soundtrack. Abasi was also recruited as a judge on the next No cover reality music competition TV show, which also features Alice Cooper, Lzzy Hale and more.
Animals as Leaders, “Monomyth” Music Video
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