Death of me is clarity. Death of me is letting go. Death of me is the exploration of life, love, and everything in between. The Staffordshire UK quartet ‘Death Of Me’ are today back with their brand-new single ‘Halo’ which is out now on all platforms.
Death Of Me combines elements of post hardcore, emo and alternative rock, but more interestingly, its their drawing of influence from 80’s rock and new romantics that gives them their own identity and creates something much more unique. ‘Halo which was recorded by Sam Bloor (Graphic Nature, Blanket, Black Coast) at Lower Lane studios is an aggressive yet atmospheric love letter to the post hardcore side of the band.
Watch the stunning official music video for ‘Halo’ right here:
"This was one of the more difficult songs to write from the release as it deals with the themes of grief, loss and love. Exploring the guilt that comes from letting go and moving on with life when facing a loss, the realisation of how things could have been done differently, all that will never be and all that could have been.” - Vocalist, Jim Carter.
As the band describe: “Death Of Me was always a project intended to transcend genre and trends. The premise instead was to explore the darkest corners of the human psyche both sonically and visually and just be ourselves in our purest form. Death of me became the vessel to put pen to paper, exercise demons and expose open wounds on the stage of the world”
‘Halo’ follows the bands previous single ‘Your heart, the casket’ which led the band to be supported nationally by the likes of Kerrang! Magazine, BBC Radio 1, BBC Introducing, Punktastic and many more.
‘Halo’ is OUT NOW!