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2022 release. The Aotearoa eight-piece The Black Seeds have released their new heavy reggae single 'GameOver', accompanied by a dub-version. Also out today is a captivating video for 'GameOver' -set on the inside of a pinball machine. Packed with muted guitar riffs, driving bass and drums, and an infectious horn section, 'GameOver'is a classic reggae track that showcases the band's iconic sound. Led from the front by vocalist Barnaby Weir, 'Game Over' tackles the challenging subjects of adversity, depression and the daily domestic grind."The lyrical content of this song describes some of the challenges and feelings of life as a musician and parent in this world,"says Weir. "It's about the struggle to be the best you can while maintaining relationships and careers as well as feeling like you're achieving something. It's definitely a feeling we all have at times."
2022 release. The Aotearoa eight-piece The Black Seeds have released their new heavy reggae single 'GameOver', accompanied by a dub-version. Also out today is a captivating video for 'GameOver' -set on the inside of a pinball machine. Packed with muted guitar riffs, driving bass and drums, and an infectious horn section, 'GameOver'is a classic reggae track that showcases the band's iconic sound. Led from the front by vocalist Barnaby Weir, 'Game Over' tackles the challenging subjects of adversity, depression and the daily domestic grind."The lyrical content of this song describes some of the challenges and feelings of life as a musician and parent in this world,"says Weir. "It's about the struggle to be the best you can while maintaining relationships and careers as well as feeling like you're achieving something. It's definitely a feeling we all have at times."
657481109724

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Format: CD
Label: EASY STAR
Rel. Date: 06/17/2022
UPC: 657481109724

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Artist: Black Seeds
Format: CD
New: Available $12.98
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2022 release. The Aotearoa eight-piece The Black Seeds have released their new heavy reggae single 'GameOver', accompanied by a dub-version. Also out today is a captivating video for 'GameOver' -set on the inside of a pinball machine. Packed with muted guitar riffs, driving bass and drums, and an infectious horn section, 'GameOver'is a classic reggae track that showcases the band's iconic sound. Led from the front by vocalist Barnaby Weir, 'Game Over' tackles the challenging subjects of adversity, depression and the daily domestic grind."The lyrical content of this song describes some of the challenges and feelings of life as a musician and parent in this world,"says Weir. "It's about the struggle to be the best you can while maintaining relationships and careers as well as feeling like you're achieving something. It's definitely a feeling we all have at times."
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