“Who Knows Where You’ll Be” Video Premiere

16 April 2020
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Many thanks to the music site White Light/White Heat for premiering the first video from the album Chin Up for the track “Who Knows Where You’ll Be”.

“The immersive and gripping darkly atmospheric soundscape exudes an ominous stifling claustrophobic aura that spins piercing, glowing synth chimes around densely slow droning bass echoes, suffocating the soft abrasive inhuman vocals, left drowning in disfigured dreams.

“Detached, disillusioned lyrics tread through an unsure existence in a disconnected search to find comfort and understanding.

“The surreal video blends textured layers of grey hexagon waves morph into billowing smoke clouds slowly spreading across a lonely shadowed profile, along an empty tunnel of desperate depression. A piercing blue eye cuts through the monochromatic backdrop of sullen decay, as barren treetops spin above, transitioning into the earth tone colors of a modest brownstone before breaking away into etched stone. Colour blooms briefly in hopeful blossoms before returning to the somber figure trapped in the endless doorways of the mind’s eye as surges of electricity crawl aimlessly before a return to the geometric flow of emotional desolation left wandering.”

WL//WH Video Premiere: SOFT RIOT "Who Knows Where You'll Be" - WhiteLight//WhiteHeat
WL//WH Video Premiere: SOFT RIOT “Who Knows Where You’ll Be” – WhiteLight//WhiteHeatVideo Premiere Soft Riot A stalwart of the international synth scene for around two decades, Vancouver-bred, Glasgow-based artist JJD (Jack Duckworth), a.k.a. Soft Riot is certainly not someone sitting on the fence even in these oppressive times of lockdown. Following late last year widely acclaimed 7th album, “When Push Comes To Shove”, included in most best-of-2019 lists, Soft Riot makes his ‘rentrée’ with the eighth full-length “Chin Up”, that represents a unique addition to his rich catalogue. Written mostly at the same time along with the material pressed onto his latest LP, it’s a very different sound, trying in more on



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