Watford’s Gold Key have dropped a visually arresting video for their new single, ‘Kerosene’.
The band, composed of members from Gallows, Sikth, and Nervus/Blackholemade released the track – which explores isolation and loneliness, in anticipation of their forthcoming debut album ‘Hello Phantom’.
Check out the video for ‘Kerosene’ below:
Of the song and the themes contained, lead vocalist Steve Sears says:
Kerosene is about isolation and feeling as though you have nothing in common with the people that surround you. It is a seriously unhealthy mindframe to have and I think the song addresses that too. It is much easier to isolate yourself from the real world than to face it and contribute something meaningful to it. It’s a dangerous spiral to start heading down. The video features my two favourite things – Space, and not having to appear in a music video.
Gold Key are currently finishing up a tour supporting Arcane Roots, with two remaining dates:
NOVEMBER 02 – LONDON, Scala
NOVEMBER 08 – WOLVERHAMPTON, Slade Rooms
Tickets are available now (here). ‘Hello Phantom’ is set for release on October 27th via Venn Records. You can pre-order it from the band’s official website (here), from iTunes (here), or listen to it on release day on Spotify (here).