Lionlimb Shares New Single ‘Ultraviolet’

    Lionlimb, the project of Stewart Bronaugh, has released a new single called ‘Ultraviolet’. It’s set to appear on his forthcoming LP, Spiral Groove, along with earlier offerings ‘Nothing’ and ‘Loveland Pass’. Check out a lyric video for the track below.

    “This song is about those things you can’t see or hear but you know exist,” Bronaugh said of ‘Ultraviolet’ in a statement. “It could be colors beyond our visual limits or the thoughts, dreams, and emotions of a stranger on the train. I think being an artist means to live in and explore that hidden world. Life wants us to stay on the surface. But if you can be still and relax your mind there is a whole other life that you can access at any time. The ‘ultraviolet light’ in this song is that other world.”

    Commenting on the video, he added, “By layering images on top of each other I wanted to create a visual representation for this world within a world and the interconnected magic of everything. I also chose gouache watercolor because I think it best represents this feeling of being under the surface.”

    Spiral Groove is out November 12 via Bayonet Records.

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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