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Darkwave act HALLOWS announce their next album with music video for “All that is true dies”

Recent Seattle transplants darkwave duo Hallows have endeared us once again with another stellar music video for the single All That Is True Dies. The song’s theme itself encapsulates the difficult truth that while we all experience many things we cherish in this life, they all must sadly come to an end. However, that impermanence isn’t in and of itself a negative and we should rather be grateful that we experienced any joy in the first place because life can be so devoid of it. The imagery is displayed almost literally in the video with scenes of burning roses and the band members drowning in what appears to be the blue water of the ocean.

In addition to this excellent video, the single itself has been remixed by fellow Seattle badasses Dead Astronauts and Profit Prison. Available as the video and single via their bandcamp today, the rest of this album will be released on Cold Transmission records on June 4th with a pre-order date of May 7th.

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