Seattle rock band Vespera channels Deftones on their latest single “Deafening, Dissonant.” The video premiered over at Revolver and features the band giving an intense performance of the track while shrouded in darkness. Check out the video below.
“Despite nearly freezing to death during the shoot,” says frontman Jon Wolfe, “the dark, lifeless atmosphere truly helped bring out the desolate mood of the song.”
The song comes from Vespera’s upcoming untitled debut album, which is slated for a late 2018/early 2019 release. Back in May, they shared the video for “Vanilla Sky,” which you can check out here. The band has spent the past years establishing their brand and growing their fanbase with only a few songs to their name. Their debut single “Bloom” came out in 2017 followed by the harrowing “Paradise.”
Vespera was founded by Wolfe, former member of Slaves and Falling in Reverse, in 2016 and features Jonathan Schwartz (drums), Carin Tse-Lalonde (guitar), and Paul Andersen. We spoke to Wolfe last year about the new band, the upcoming album, and David Bowie’s influence. You can read that interview here. And stay updated with all things Vespera by following their Facebook and Twitter.