News: Rosen Bridge Unveil Dreamcatcher Video: North Wales Metalcore Crew Reveal Video For Lead Single Of Forthcoming Release

North Wales Metalcore Quintet Rosen Bridge have unveiled the video for lead single ‘Dreamcatcher’ here. Vocalist Antony Jones said of the piece: “To reflect the meaning of the song, we wanted to capture the energy and idea of what it means to be in band and to give people a good idea of our live performance. Our aim is to always give an emotively driven show and we feel VideoInk captured that very well.” The single is taken from the forthcoming EP of the same name, which is set for self-release on 12th May, with Jones stating: “It’s about overcoming obstacles and chasing what your goals are. The artwork represents the journeys that people can take within their own thoughts, without looking like a self-help book cover.”
Rosen Bridge, completed by Eddie Edwards and Marcus Williams on Guitar, Rowan Jack on Drums and William Roberts on Bass duties, are named after a synonym for worm holes. As a somewhat tongue-in-cheek reference, they class themselves as ‘spiritually driven metal’, which ultimately boils down to wanting to spread a message of positivity, something often not found in heavy music. “Our music is heavily influenced by our experiences in battling mental health issues. We want to motivate people to talk to us and each other and share their own experiences. We want people to be inspired to move against their pain and be the best person that they can be. We have all had experiences with living through highs and lows and the music that has inspired us in these times is the music that motivates us to change for the better,” comments Jones.
For ‘Dreamcatcher’, the follow-up to debut ‘Entropy’, the band set out to create a record that would “make people feel great”. Laying down the release with John Mitchell at Outhouse Studios, the members slept in one van and commuted to the studio each day, ready to work hard. Thankfully they are pleased with the product: “The new release tries to focus more on keeping a consistent groove, with the soulful vocal hooks and some more complex sections, but we really wanted to develop our style to have a more varied sound with heavy and lighter moments. We hope that this material will yield more live 'sing-a-long' chorus moments mixed in with the big, heavy riffs as well.” If you like Issues, Volumes & Northlane, then we are positive Rosen Bridge are for you. Catch the sing-alongs this May:

May 18th: AATMA, Manchester 

May 20th: The Saddle, Chester 
May 25th: The Bird’s Nest, Deptford 
May 26th: The Harp Restrung, Folkestone 
May 28th: 8 Bit, Swansea 
May 29th: The Full Moon, Cardiff

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