The Bay Area band Sharp Tongue, who dub themselves as “Nu-Metalcore” have unveiled a new music video for their single “DEILD”. The song comes off the group’s four track EP, Petrichor which dropped September 22nd.
This song is about experiencing a DEILD (dream exit induced lucid dream). Exiting a dream when momentarily awaking, only to immediately re-enter that dream upon falling back asleep, in this case, a never ending nightmare, says vocalist, Allen Loesch. We tried capture the feeling of terror from this experience through this song and our new video.
About Sharp Tongue:
The Bay Area has raised some of the finest acts in the metalcore genre, and continuing that tradition is none other than Santa Rosa’s Sharp Tongue. Originally founded in 2008 by a group of high school friends experimenting with varying degrees of pop-punk, hard rock, and metalcore, Sharp Tongue have grown to become what’s classified as “nu-metalcore”, a genre that combines metal of yesteryear with the features of the genre that the world knows today.
After spending numerous years experimenting with various types of music, the band turned to the music that originally influenced them and gave them their initial spark to pick up an instrument: throwbacks of the early 2000s. These musical influences are heard heavily throughout their four track debut EP Petrichor, set to be released in September 2017.
“We basically meshed all these inspirations from the bands that got us into music which created our own sound,” the band states. “It’s real, it’s organic, and we’re having the most fun we’ve had with music in a long time.” With even more new music in the works beyond Petrichor, the future is bright for Sharp Tongue.