Lost Society is proud to announce the release of their brand new track, ‘Deliver Me’; their second single to be taken from the bands highly anticipated new album.
‘Deliver Me’ follows the release of ‘No Absolution’, their first track in over 3 years of song writing and touring which lead to their great performance at Download Festival (UK).
For Finnish thrash/speed metal band Lost Society, the experiences over the past nine years have only made the four eager metalheads dig deeper into the creative flesh to master a sonic fury as delivered on the aggressive new single ‘Deliver Me’ that digs deeply under the skin to rattle the bones.
Frontman Samy Elbanna says “After the insanely good reception of “No Absolution”, we are proud to release the second single from the upcoming LxSx album! The song is about the leaders of the world exploiting innocent souls and brainwashing them into fighting their own battles. The chorus depicts this attitude perfectly: ‘OBEY, ANNIHILATE, DELIVER ME FROM ALL MY ENEMIES”
The video was shot in Widescreen Studios in Tallinn with Finnish director Pekka Hara, whose reputation and work are well-known in the creative world. The industry’s heavy hitter has also directed music videos for bands such as Amorphis and Stratovarius.
The video director says: “My main objective was to capture the band’s incredible energy by isolating it completely from everything else. The video also has a narrative element to it, albeit quite an abstract one. I wanted to portray a mood and feeling, rather than spoon-feeding a linear storyline to the audience. The lyrics and pictures play off one another, reinforcing the theme of the track. In short: a can of worms was opened – not only metaphorically, but literally too…“
Lost Society (founded by Samy in 2010 when the members were still in their teens), has rapidly garnered attention as they turned into a well-known live act around their hometown Jyväskylä, Finland.
The bands 2013 debut, Fast Loud Death, set the bar for the promising act with a 13-track arsenal of breakneck instrumentation, ball-busting songwriting and technical acumen that showed the young and hungry musicians weren’t just playing around—their passionate delivery caught the attention of scene veterans Kreator and Testament and led to a tour with long-time supporters Children of Bodom.
On the follow-up, 2014’s Terror Hungry, Lost Society further planted their roots with a gripping album that contained every ounce of the first record’s unbridled energy but was knocked loose with heavier grooves that gave listeners the chance come up for just a little air. By 2016’s Braindead, Lost Society took a darker turn relying on society’s ills for inspiration on a collection of rage-filled opuses.