|German alt-rock duo Kill Strings have released a video for their new single ‘Let Me Dream’, out now via MNRK. The band’s unique sound is a melange of Muse and Depeche Mode with the rawness of Royal Blood, splicing together elements of riff-heavy rock, space-like electronic music and forward-thinking lyrics.|
Check out the video for ‘Let Me Dream’ here: https://youtu.be/yvLUqD5edik
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As a harbinger of their upcoming album LIMBO, Kill Strings’ new single ‘Let Me Dream’ follows two successful EPs and front places in the ‘Rock Rotation’, Germany’s most popular rock playlist on Spotify. Now, the Hamburg duo, comprised of guitarist/vocalist Lee and drummer David,follow the next step in their career.
The anthemic ‘Let Me Dream’ proves to be the perfect soundtrack for the here-and-now, infused with melancholy and the uncertainty of our times, but also with a longing for new impressions, life and experience. An epic groover, in whose stylistic DNA bears resemblance to Muse and Depeche Mode, ‘Let Me Dream’ oozes with wide melodic arcs, fulminant drums and emotional vocals.
The video for the single, conceived and directed by multi-talented Josepha Immler, impressively tells this story: an artist and a biology student, both trapped in their rooms at the time of the lockdown, longing for concerts and parties, being together and love. Over the course of the video, they break out of their rooms and find each other, in the perfect place to do so: at a Kill Strings concert.
Kill Strings‘ vocalist/guitarist Lee comments:
“‘Let Me Dream’ is born out of our experiences during the pandemic and symbolises the hope for better times. It’s about closeness despite distance, as well as love in times of war. Even though times are challenging, we humans always find and create good in the world and strive for our utopian dreams.”
In the realisation of their dreams, Lee and David have first-class partners in the form of the esteemed MNRK Music Group.
Kill Strings will appear at The Great Escape in Brighton next month.
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