Brisbane, Australia rock band Flynn Effect have premiered their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “Believer” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new EP Monument which is due out on July 6th.
Vocalist Tomina Vincent commented on the song:
“’Believer’ is the perfect representation of the change of direction we had been heading towards for the last year or so, and it was never a question, this was always going to be the first single, no matter what came after. It’s one of the most optimistic and uplifting songs we’ve ever written. Its a song about love in all its forms, whether its friendship or a passion for something, and the belief that love is our strongest weapon. Believer is heavily inspired by Pendulum – It’s got lots of nerdy synths and grooves and we just love how it turned out. Our biggest ambition with this track is to put a smile on people’s faces, and I certainly hope we can achieve that, it would be our greatest reward.”
Vincent added regarding the video:
“We knew straight away that Believer was a track we needed to film live. We’ve always put a lot of work into our live show and we use lots of cool stuff like pyrotechnics Co2 effects and our own automated lighting system, but we never quite put that on film before so it made sense to introduce new music that way. Believer was filmed the very first time we ever performed it live and it was very important to us to capture our fans’ reaction and make sure we included them in the video. We also filmed at the now closed New Globe theatre which was very sentimental for us as we’ve launched both of our albums there and it was an honour to be one of the closing shows at that iconic venue, and also have something to commemorate it by. We worked with the Incredible Adrian Goleby and his crew, and I think he really brought it all to life in a beautiful way. We hope you enjoy it!”