Times Of Grace Medusa video
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Times Of Grace unveil heavy new single and stunning video, Medusa

Watch the beautiful video for Times Of Grace’s Medusa, one of the heavier tracks” on the band’s upcoming record Songs Of Loss And Separation.

After announcing their return from a 10-year hiatus in May, Times Of Grace have just shared a heavy new single, Medusa, and stunning accompanying video.

In fact, Adam Dutkiewicz calls it one of the heavier tracks” on the band’s upcoming album Songs Of Loss And Separation, explaining: It definitely keeps within the theme of the record since it’s about a broken/abusive relationship. We hope you guys dig it.”

Jesse Leach adds: Medusa is about betrayal, abuse, and deceit. It’s a story about the dark side of the soul and the struggle to tear away from those who feed off of your heart. When faced with these types of people and situations, there is a battle to not allow it to destroy a part of your soul and change you. 

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This song is a testimony of that internal warfare of killing of the beast and taming the demons that remain in the aftermath. It’s about finding a way to keep your heart and your spirit alive after being broken and beaten down.”

Songs Of Loss And Separation is due out on on July 16 via Times Of Grace’s own imprint label, Wicked Good, distributed by ADA Worldwide.

Check out Medusa below:

Posted on June 11th 2021, 1:27p.m.
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