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MORDIAN - Premiere Of Lyric Video For "January Moon"


Terra Relicta web magazine is proud to offer you the premiere of Mordian's brand new lyric video for the song "January Moon". The Chicago, Illinois (USA) based alternative-gothic artist Mordian released officially the single on the 2nd of July. It was produced by Evan Graham Dunn, and it's a haunting offering meant to carve the path for the next era of music; Mordian is eager to release more material after a period of rumination.

"January Moon" follows her debut EP Romance In Disguise which released in May 2019 and contains three distinctive sections which explore contrasting moods and atmospheres. Opening with a serene entwining of vocal harmonies and clean guitar chords, this section has a personal feel with a strong uplifting atmosphere. Soulful vocals produce a beautiful sound before thundering into heavily distorted metal instrumentation and melodic elements. Emerging from the depths, the concluding passage brings a delicate melody performed on classical guitar with a haunting spoken narrative.

Journeying through intense moods, the distinctive musical style of each part delivers its own powerful impact. Mordian's overarching gothic themes and ethereal sounds are certain to evoke a whole world of feelings within.

Mordian comments: "I hope you enjoy the lyric video for "January Moon". It is my wish the visual experience will help you feel the wind change around you, while the song journeys through different times and passages. Thank you for sharing in this experience!"

Mordian makes gothic music for the darkened hearts. You can get the single on Mordian's Bandcamp, but now we invite you to click play in the player below and watch the haunting and visually strong lyric video.

Mordian links: Facebook, Instagram, Bandcamp