Geelong’s metalcore five-piece Amberyse today drop their huge new single “Glass House” and announce a short tour to accompany with the single available today. They are also today announcing a short and sharp release tour, heading to Sydney, Melbourne and Geelong!
The track “Glass House” is produced, mixed and mastered at The Loud Noise Estate and at its core is about drug abuse and struggling to overcome addiction. Vocalist Jayden Andrews explains that the track is “…about someone who wants to break out of the lifestyle they’ve fallen into, but is fighting against others who are trying to pull them down. “Glass House” is a struggle of self, a fragile state.”
The music video that accompanies the single is produced and directed by Jackson Webster Visuals and takes the theme of addiction and visualises it on a broader term. The video builds on the idea of battling oneself on a daily basis to overcome the ‘darkness’ that lies inside through drug addiction, anxiety and depression. The chess board represents the loss of time and the struggle to keep a sense of self. Marcel Gadacz of Dream on Dreamer provides the cover art visual for the single, featuring the singular chess piece, tying in with the music video and the representation of time.