With just a week to go until the release of The Greatest Mistake Of My Life, Holding Absence have revealed a video for their thunderous fourth single nomoreroses.
Vocalist Lucas Woodland comments “We’re super excited to release nomoreroses on the homestretch before TGMOML comes out next week! The song is definitely a heavier and more progressive track than people have heard from us in a while, which is perfect as it represents just how varied the record is. nomoreroses is lyrically a song about a sour relationship with god, looking at how hard it can be to believe in a god that seemingly doesn’t believe in you.”
In the band’s own words “This album is about telling stories that are presented through the lens of hindsight, regret and looking back. There are songs that celebrate life when faced with death, and others that speak to the choices we make about how we live our lives. The fear of love, newfound respect for life and the covering up of depression are all subjects that rear their head. The Greatest Mistake Of My Life exercises emotion in many ways, and that was an important thing for us to do, because emotion isn’t rigid – it’s not just love or joy or sadness – it’s a lot of things.”
HOLDING ABSENCE is:
Lucas Woodland – Vocals
Scott Carey – Guitar
Benjamin Elliott – Bass
Ashley Green – Drums