Sydney sonic bruisers We May Fall have certainly had an exceptionally busy run since the release of their second full-length 'The Light Bearer and The Shadow Maker' last September. And while the lads have pounded the stages alongside homegrown heroes and international icons along the way since their maiden full-length 'You Wear Those Scars Well' in 2015, the quintet's polished brand of contemporary metalcore and old-school tinges has seen them emerge as a force to be reckoned with in the heavy realm.
And perhaps fittingly for a group so accustomed to shredding ears and walls in a live setting, WMF's latest music video for their current single 'In Love' recently unveiled featuring footage from their main support slot alongside heavy kings Arch Enemy at their sold-out Sydney Manning Bar outing earlier this year.
Teaming up with resident videographer Ben Kalgovas, the 'In Love' clip gifts us a vivid and dynamic front-row seat to WMF blasting their wares in front of a hometown crowd and doing what they do best: ripping, roaring and thrusting some cheeky grins amid the jagged chuggs and rasping vocals.
Of the track, vocalist JJ Brady says: "We really feel like this song encapsulates so much...On the surface it can it come of as a heavy love song, but if you apply it to other aspects of life then it can mean just as much. I think on the deeper level it’s actually a love note to the music we love to play and to the people who have enjoyed it so far, I think it’s fitting that we did the live video for it in that regard.”
Start your week off right and go get your eyeballs around the 'In Love' clip below - and definitely watch this space as there's no doubt a heap more on the horizon for the We May Fall lads.
'IN LOVE' (WE MAY FALL)
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BY TIANA SPETER