The New Orleans-based gothic rock duo, The Palace Of Tears, has just released a new single and video for the title track from the upcoming sophomore album, “Veiled Screen, Woven Dream”.
This version of the single is a more synth-heavy ambient mix, and comes in a shortened and condensed version adapted for the accompanying self-produced music video.
“Veiled Screen, Woven Dream” was originally a romantic song Erick r. Scheid and L.V. Darkling explain: “On the mundane level, it is about reuniting after prolonged separation and isolation, and the intensity that accompanies the experience, sometimes as a blissful revelry, while at other times it is almost painfully sweet. So sweet that it hurts, as if your heart were going to burst. On the arcane level, it speaks to those who have passed on, and our desire to commune with those we love and miss beyond the veil, and when you might meet again in another form.”
“Veiled Screen, Woven Dream” is available on all major digital outlets including Bandcamp. Below is the video.
You can download the new mix of the single from Bandcamp.
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