Once Human have premiered a new video for their new song “Gravity,” via Metal Injection. This song is from the band’s new album, “Evolution,” which will be released on February 10.
Logan Mader (ex-Machine Head/Soulfly) said the following:
“We shot this new video once again with director Ron Thunderwood, because he gives us a lot of freedom to be ourselves. He is mostly a one man army, so the convenience aspect is awesome.
We love his passion and wanted people to see his versatility and skill outside of a controlled room. We worked with all natural light so we had a small window of time. The wind was so strong that we almost lost the drone and Ron had to chase it.
We were not expecting the wind and the dust, but we went with it anyway and in the end it really seemed to fit with the lyrics. The lyrics and the vibe of the video are nearly the same: constantly cloudy, unexpected, messy, racing complexities of the mind, and only a moment of clarity.
This new video also officially marks the debut of Max Karon on guitars. He’s an amazing guitarist and played a big role in the creative process with Lauren and I on our new album, ‘Evolution‘.
We are releasing this song as the 2nd single because it shows the more progressive elements within our album, has meaningful lyrics and displays Lauren‘s diversity as a vocalist.”