Savannah, Georgia’s Between Symmetries will be releasing a brand new album, titled Silhouettes, on September 30. Today, the band has teamed up with Substream to premiere the music video for one of the album’s singles, “The Furnace.” Fans of Run For Cover Records’ roster will likely enjoy the moody melodies and gloomy guitar work on the band’s newest song as it draws similar acts like Citizen and Turnover to mind. However, “The Furnace” takes a turn for the heavy at around the 2:20 mark to pull you out of the hazy hypnosis induced by the first two minutes of the track. The visuals that accompany the song, directed and edited by Ben Busch, are black and white throughout and show the band performing on stage and goofing around in some behind-the-scenes shots as well. Check it out below.
When asked to provide some insight on “The Furnace,” vocalist and rhythm guitarist Adam Jenkins offered:
“This song is about severing ties with a toxic human being, one who has been spreading lies about you to everyone they come into contact with.”
Silhouettes will be released on September 30 and can pre-ordered through Bandcamp.
Friday, September 9, 2016 at the Black Box Theater
Saturday, September 24, 2016 at the Ghost Alley Music Festival