May 22, 2024

Lamori launches all new video ‘My Desire’ ahead of album release



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Lamori has just released a brand new music video for their song “My Desire”, taken from their album “Neon Blood Fire”. The album will be out this Friday, May 24th and will hold 11 songs, including all the previously released singles such as “Insomnia”, “Dark Messiah” and “Ave Valkyria”.

“Neon Blood Fire” will be available digitally, on digipack CD, and as a limited edition blood red 180g Vinyl with gatefold cover and poster.

About the new song and video, the band says: “Imagine if Vecna, the nefarious antagonist from Stranger Things, had an even more sinister twin. He’d likely be the embodiment of ‘My Desire’, the band chuckles as they humorously discuss their latest song.”

Regarding the accompanying music video the band says this: “It’s not for the faint of heart. We wanted to create something truly frightening and scary and we believe we captured that diabolical and hysterical atmosphere in the video. But despite our terrifying appearance, we’re all really just soft and sweet mummy boys who go to church every Sunday.”

To celebrate the May 24th release of “Neon Blood Fire”, the band will be embarking on a new European tour this summer. Starting off in their home town Mariehamn on the Aland Islands on June 29, the band will then continue the tour in Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria. Check the band’s social media for further updates.

About Lamori

Founded in 2009 on the Aland Islands of Finland, Lamori blends gothic rock, metal, and electronic elements to create a dark, atmospheric sound with strong melodic foundations. Their discography includes albums such as “To Die Once Again” (2013), “Neo Noir” (2016), and re-releases in 2020.

The current lineup features Matias Juselius on vocals, Marcus Kuusniemi on guitar, Mikael Grönroos on bass, Daniel Forsblom on keyboard, and Emil Westrin on drums.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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