HOUSE OF LORDS: 'Someday When' Video Released

"Someday When", the new video from HOUSE OF LORDS, can be seen below. The song comes off the band's new album, "Big Money", which is scheduled for release on September 23 in Europe and September 27 in North America via Frontiers Records.

Following on the heels of "Cartesian Dreams", HOUSE OF LORDS is coming back with another amazingly strong release which presents again all the trademark elements of its melodic hard rock sound.

"I am very proud to have done four HOUSE OF LORDS CDs with the same lineup," says singer James Christian. "I enjoy working with every one of them and plan to do many more records in the future. Mark Baker has now been on board as a co-writer for the last two CDs I love working with him. We are totally on the same page when writing new music."

According to a press release, "Big Money" starts with the trademark vocals of James Christian and crashes into a power rock classic that you will not forget after the first listen, followed by in a song that Christian describes as "the band's best work to date," "One Man Down". Each song has its own distinct quality as you would expect from the LORDS and once again the album is full of soaring choruses, awesome guitar work and songs that grab you from the first listen and don't let go.

"The elements we use on 'Big Money' are always the same for us and that is to write and record the best songs that we can," explains Christian. "We always write enough songs for more than one CD and then we pick the best songs to make up the new record. We will always be a melodic rock group. It is the music that made us want to be musicians in the first place. So we will always stay true to that art!"

James teamed up again on the songwriting with longtime friend and partner Mark Baker, along with the other bandmembers Jimi Bell and BJ Zampa and Swedish producer/guitarist Tommy Denander.

"Big Money" track listing:

01. Big Money
02. One Man Down
03. First To Cry
04. Searchin'
05. Someday When
06. Livin' In A Dream World
07. The Next Time I Hold You
08. Run For Your Life
09. Hologram
10. Seven
11. Once Twice
12. Blood
13. Someday When (video clip)


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