“Weather the Storm” is not at all what I expected. I hit play, anticipating to be pulled into a rock song, but by the time the video ended I had been through an entire epic story taking place in a medieval fantasy world. Shadow Horse is a Mythic Rock band local to Nashville, TN who just raised the bar for rock music videos in town.
Fourth song on a concept album titled “The Visitor,” Shadow Horse’s first video is a unique, refreshing, and dare I say offbeat, conception. It brings the audience into an intriguing and beautiful world where a hero is defying all odds to try and save the earth from death and destruction. As he conquers a series of quests and connects puzzle pieces, you hear the refrain as an omnipresent voice imparts prophetic words upon the young hero.
“The Meek shall inherit the earth, but the strong shall destroy it first.”
The video takes you to a final understanding: through all of this hero’s struggles, no matter his circumstances, he can hold onto hope even though his tomorrow may not be beautiful and full in the same ways as yesterday.
Her latest single, “Calm Rage” sent shivers down my spine when I first heard it. The raw intensity of the lyrics paired with the cinematic style of production immediately flooded my mind with images that should be found only in a Hollywood thriller.
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