Serianna have just released their brand new music video for their new single “Lose Yourself”! The song, originally by Eminem, premiered last week at AltPress.com and is available for download at iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and everywhere else music is available. The music video was filmed while the guys were on tour by director and close friend Sam Link (Sleeping With Sirens, Decoder). The video is streaming NOW on YouTube.
Singer and lyricist Chris Nutting checked in from the road to say, “This video was seriously so fun to make with Sam Link. He had so many great ideas for this video that it couldn’t have turned out any better. We literally drove around some small town in Pennsylvania looking for a great place to film, and found some run down storage facility that looked perfect. This was our first performance/ acting video so we really weren’t sure what to expect, but it turned out great and we had a good time filming it.”
Guitarist and songwriter Kris Meyer-Ruef also checked in to say, “Lose Yourself has become a hip hop classic and has cemented itself as a timeless hit. It presented a challenge for us in two ways, 1. Making sure we stay true to the classic but, 2. Finding a way to put an innovative twist on it and keep it metal! The lyrics are simple, powerful and applicable to all genres of music, or even life in general. Go for your dreams, lose yourself in them, but realize they come true through dedication and perseverance.”
Serianna recently released their live music video for “Virtues” of their debut album “Inheritors”, released last summer on Bullet Tooth. The video was filmed and directed by Sam Link (Sleeping With Sirens, Decoder) on the recent Motel 6 “Rock Yourself To Sleep” Tour and can be seen now on YouTube.
The debut album “Inheritors” from Serianna (Madison, WI) is available everywhere NOW! Fans can listen to the songs “Fragments” and “Guilty Spark” at their Facebook page, and watch a full length video promo of the title track “Inheritors” at YouTube. Their songs “Fragments” and “Inheritors” are also available NOW on Rock Band for Xbox 360. The band has recently been on tour with Alesana, A Skylit Drive, Sleeping With Sirens, Affiance, Memphis May Fire, Attila, and more!
• “Serianna has unleashed an ambitious work that is both heartfelt and intensive.”
• “This record is absolutely sensational. All killer no filler!”
• “The band are poised to inherit what all bands strive for. Glory.”
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