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Dead Astronauts’ announce new album “Erase Me”

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At the forefront of Dead Astronauts upcoming 13 track LP “Ghosts” is the compelling single “Erase Me,” a preview of the atmospheric and evocative journey the album promises to deliver.
At its core, “Erase Me” unfolds as a poignant narrative of trauma, a simple lyrical tapestry woven with the threads of old demons being laid to rest, or as the band puts it “leaving bodies behind”. The song explores the intricate dance between confronting one’s inner demons and the challenge of discerning them from the very forces that might offer redemption. Dead Astronauts craft a haunting yet cathartic experience, inviting listeners to delve into the complexities of their own emotional landscapes.

Accompanying this sonic journey is the visually compelling music video for “Erase Me,” a cinematic creation directed by the talented Michael Williamson. The video stars Lauren Koopowitz and Adam Ovadia, who bring the narrative to life with their emotive performances. This collaboration with Michael marks a continued partnership, as he had previously worked on other visual endeavors for Dead Astronauts, including “To Find Her” and “Forgetting Me.” The synergy between the band and the director is evident, creating a visual language that enhances the emotional resonance of the music. Special thanks to Michael and his crew.

As “Erase Me” beckons listeners into its narrative, the combination of music and visuals becomes a poignant testament to the interconnectedness of auditory and visual art forms. Dead Astronauts not only deliver a captivating single but also offer a multi-sensory experience that sets the stage for the broader musical journey awaiting exploration in the complete “Ghosts” album.

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