Premiere: The Lost Messiahs Break Free with "Brownsfield"

With a stunning new video in tow, out now!

The Lost Messiah's have been carving out their own niche in the music scene for a few years now, and their latest release "Brownsfield" is a testament to their continued evolution as a band.


The song features a haunting melody with a slow, deliberate pace that builds to an explosive climax, all while maintaining a sense of vulnerability and introspection that is both captivating and emotionally resonant.


The track begins with a gentle, almost melancholic guitar riff that sets the mood for the rest of the song. Lead singer James O’Connor’s vocals enter shortly after, and immediately draw you in with their raw emotion and haunting quality.


The lyrics paint a picture of a person who is struggling with their own inner demons and the weight of their past, and the slow, deliberate pace of the song allows the listener to really feel the weight of those emotions.


As the song progresses, the instrumentation builds in intensity, with the addition of drums and bass bringing a sense of urgency and tension to the track. The guitar work is particularly noteworthy, with intricate, atmospheric lines that add to the overall mood of the song. The chorus is particularly powerful, with a memorable hook that will stick in your head long after the song is over.


But it's not just the music that makes "Brownsfield" such a standout track - the video that accompanies it is equally mesmerizing.


Directed by Lost Messiahs guitarist Ollie Plunkett and filmed and edited by Thomas Moyles of Avalanche Media, the video is a visual feast that perfectly complements the song's haunting atmosphere.


Shot in black and white with bursts of color, the video features a series of images that evoke a sense of otherworldliness and mystery.


Throughout the video, we move through various landscapes and environments, from desolate fields to tunnels. The imagery is often surreal and dreamlike, and there's a sense of unease and foreboding that permeates the entire video. The final shot of James staring out at the horizon, is particularly striking and powerful.


"Brownsfield" is a stunning achievement for The Lost Messiah's. The song is a masterclass in atmosphere and emotion, and the video is a perfect visual representation of those qualities. It's clear that the band has put a great deal of thought and care into every aspect of this release, from the lyrics and instrumentation to the visuals and overall aesthetic.


If you're a fan of atmospheric, emotionally charged music, "Brownsfield" is a must-listen. The Lost Messiah's have once again proven themselves to be one of the most exciting and innovative bands in the scene, and this latest release is a testament to their continued growth and evolution. Highly recommended.

Freelance Writer

Emily Hinde

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