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HMLTD have delivered a brand new animated video for 'Why?'

It's from their debut abum 'West of Eden', set to drop next year.
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Published: 9:18 pm, December 05, 2019
HMLTD have delivered a brand new animated video for 'Why?'

HMLTD have delivered a brand new animated video for 'Why?'

Following up on the already released 'LOADED' and "The West Is Dead' in previewing their long awaited debut album 'West of Eden', you can check it out below.

Frontman Henry Spychalski says: “A further mirror to the modern world we live in - via exploring the paradoxical loneliness that defines modern, urban life. Set in Tokyo, the world’s largest metropolitan city and with the verse written in Japanese the song talks about being surrounded by people but an ever increased alienation and detachment from surrounding, neighbours and relationships. As the song progresses, the chorus sounds like Japanese but in fact is gibberish - mimicking the vertigo of detachment. Even when one does communicate. Is anybody really listening, understanding or trying to understand?”

So there we go.

'West Of Eden' is set to arrive on 7th February via Lucky Number.

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