6/03/2019

Lost Under Heaven Shares Unreleased Song "Teen Violence"



LOST UNDER HEAVEN SHARES PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED SONG

LISTEN TO “TEEN VIOLENCE”

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Lost Under Heaven – the musical and creative partnership forged by Ellery James Roberts and Ebony Hoorn – today shares “Teen Violence,” a previously unreleased track that confronts our failure to act in the face of humanity’s ongoing destruction by its own hand. Listen to the song here.

Written in 2016 and initially destined for inclusion on Lost Under Heaven’s 2019 studio album Love Hates What You Become, the track was ultimately left off the LP’s final incarnation. Following the band’s recording sessions in Los Angeles, the duo returned to Manchester, England where Roberts reworked “Teen Violence” to achieve the desired impact.

Expounding upon the intended message of this new track, Roberts says, “'Teen Violence' is an allegorical tragedy about an Androgynous Prophet of the Divine Feminine who is brutally silenced by an aggressively ignorant society that is unable to comprehend his/her vision due to the paralysis of Cultural Immaturity. It is a song of our time: this formative moment in human history where we are faced with a plethora of crises that threaten the extinction of the species. Our Politics fail to make adequate response as the wider culture continues to fracture into increasingly oppositional individualist hysteria.”

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