Supreme Truth is the new video from Seattle band, Spirit Award, who are all set to release their new album, Muted Crowd, this October.
The video for Supreme Truth shows influences of early New Order, Can, and highlights psych-rock melodies and ethereal vocals. Thematically the single alludes to the Japanese death-cult, Aum Shinrikyo, led by Shoko Asahara, who recruited the rich to join his cult and carry out the Tokyo subway sarin attack in 1995.
After becoming fascinated with cults, institutions, and religions, the band shed light on how easy it is to get lost in something, when that’s all you’re surrounded by.
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