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Feather Mountain premiere visual new video for Sincere

Feather Mountain premiere visual new video for Sincere

Today, the Danish progressive metal ensemble and The Progspace Online Festival alumni Feather Mountain reveals a brand new video for their new single, ‘Sincere’. At the same time, the band announces its second album “To Exit A Maelstrom” for a September release.

On “To Exit A Maelstrom”, Feather Mountain confronts the loss of a dear one to the  slowly dissolving disease Alzheimers and simultaneously searching for peace of mind and gaining new perspectives on life. ‘Sincere’ discusses aspects of this theme while musically, the song is a striking example of the band’s characteristic progressive metal, which in a nuanced manner contains both the complex and the direct, the heavy and the light, always with a distinctive melodic sense.

The band’s lead singer and lyricist Mikkel Aaen Lohmann states about the song:

“On ‘Sincere’, we as a band have managed to combine all the elements we want to have in our music.Thematically we explore the fear of the unknown and the discomfort that can exist in the unsaid with oneself and ones closest. I’m proud on behalf of the band, and I am excited to see how our fans and new listeners will receive it.”

Furthermore, the band says about the video:

“The video is created in collaboration with the film crew that made the music video for ‘In Passing’ from our debut album. In ‘Sincere’ the world is a beautiful, mysterious and at times daunting place, where characters interact and communicate with each other in various ways. We don’t know who they are, or where they come from, however we understand that they share conflicts as well as a bond between them, and we can see ourselves in their search for serenity and connectedness in spite of the fighting.”

Watch the video here today, ahead of the single’s general release tomorrow:

Feather Mountain – Sincere (click here if the video is not playing)

Feather Mountain was formed in 2017 and from its inception, the band has consistently labored towards creating music that utilizes the contrasts from the heaviness of metal and the dreaminess of alternative rock. As the band moniker Feather Mountain illustrates, exactly the contrasts and nuances are pivotal to the band, which seeks towards creating sound and images that encompasses the duality and complexity of existence within its whole musical totality.

Feather Mountain debuted in 2019 with the album “Nidus” with which they conveyed their own personal, faceted version of newer progressive metal, while they lyrically developed existential themes revolving around sickness and body in a symbolic, metaphorical language. Along with the debut album followed concerts, before the pandemic in 2020 complicated touring, but the band managed to play a string of shows, among those the 3rd edition of The Progspace Online Festival last November and Copenhagen Metal Fest 2021.

Since the release of “Nidus”, Feather Mountain has been working on new music and alongside producer Johan Emanuel Jørgensen, the band has now completed its second album “To Exit a Maelstrom”. The album is set for a September 2nd 2022 release. Before that, one can catch them at Headquarters in Aarhus, Denmark, and more shows will be announced in near future.

Feather Mountain 2022

Feather Mountain (photo: Kim Song Sternkopf/HeartMatter Artworks)

Feather Mountain is:
Andreas Dahl-Blumenberg – Bass/backing vocals
Christian Dahl-Blumenberg – Drums
Jens Baalkilde Andersen – Guitars/backing vocals
Mikkel Aaen Lohmann – Vocals

Cello on Sincere played by Luise Dahl-Blumenberg.

The music video is made by:
Oona Olivia O’Hagan – Director
Miglė Černevičiūtė – Production manager
Line Kirstine Suenaga – Art director
Christian Kærsgaard Gregersen – Director of photography and colorist
Thomas Elmue Gregersen – 1st assistant camera
Ida Johanne De Coninck Hugge – Editor

About the Author


Co-Founder of The Progspace - Dario discovered the world of Prog upon hearing "Shine on you crazy diamond" for the first time at the tender age of 12 around the turn of the millennium. Coming from a musical family and brought up with classical music, this seemed to be the logical next step. Attended the school of from 2002, delving into both directions: catching up with the history of already more than 30 years of progressive music as well as always staying up to date with the newest prog sounds. He loves meeting like-minded people and enjoying live music at a concert somewhere in Europe.

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