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EMERY are back with new live captured video album: watch new studio performance video of “Concussion”

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EMERY has shared a cool live video of their stuio performance of the newest single, Concussion, from their upcoming album Rub Some Dirt On It, available for pre-order at this location.

In a bold move, Emery aspires to take the concept of an album to the next level, a live captured video album. Rub Some Dirt On It, the band’s 9th full length, was captured in under 2 hours with a full cinematic documentary crew on site to capture the pressure and specialness of 6 musicians together creating at their highest level in realtime.

EMERY live


You can’t stop your fate
There’s never been a reason to try
Survive and take the best parts of life when you go

Lying facedown on the pavement
Broken gravel under my skin
I can’t recall how I got here
Just give me a chance to catch my breath
Slow this down, times speeds up
Follow the setting sun
There’s no mistakes only moments we learn
The days that we regret are the days we won’t forget

Oh how life kills innocence
(Dreams float away in the wind)
Memories run in circles in my head
(Lose every lesson we learned)
We guard and protect from the things that we need and watch as the strongest ones become the weakest
If only life could stay this way

Bump on my head, cuts on my chest
Black out, wake up. Do it again
Carry me home, just need some rest.
I swear those days I’ll never forget

This pain that you are feeling
Lasts only for a while
Your righteous indignation
Hijacks your worried mind
Don’t run away from the strain
Don’t settle for the lies
Just hold on to the moment
And focus on the prize

Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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