Stained-glass and crimson fits the scene for Yukueshirezu Tsurezure’s latest uptempo romp, “PARADISE LOST”. The group makes use of a church for their set, instantly building the duality of sacred and profane. The reds are striking against the colored glass and glowing candles. As you might have guessed, “PARADISE LOST” is a rather somber song regardless of the tempo. When the drums stop smashing the double time, the synth counter-pointed chorus presents a pretty grave portrait. I quite liked the octave harmony vocals of “PARADISE LOST”, even though a catchy, pop melody probably wouldn’t fit the gravity of the song. You can revel with Yukueshirezu Tsurezure and Dante himself when the third single drops on February 28, 2018.
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