"Falling", the new video from the High Wycombe, U.K.-based quartet THE WILD LIES, can be seen below. The song comes off the band's new EP, "Jack's Out The Box", which came out on January 14. The five-song effort, which was produced by Mikee Goodman (SIKTH, PRIMAL ROCK REBELLION), and mixed by Simon Hanhart, is described in a press release as "a blend of hard rock fused by intricate grinding riffage colliding with stadium-rock chorus melodies."
Commented THE WILD LIES vocalist Matt James: "In this video, we really wanted it to tell a story, of what the song meant. So we got Mikee Goodman to direct and edit it. He came up with this cool metaphor and story idea. We all liked it and are really pleased with the end result. Make sure you all check it out!"
THE WILD LIES is:
Lead Vocals: Matt James Guitar/Backing Vocals: Rob Gamble Bass: Dylan Smith Drums: Ralph Morris
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