Denver’s own alt-punk outfit HRZN continues their rampage through the underground scene with the release of their new single, “Death Row,” and a colorful accompanying music video that’s sure to stimulate the senses.
Continuing their battle against the stigma associated with mental health, HRZN, through “Death Row,” is tackling the themes of an emotionally abusive relationship and the heights that might come with finally escaping.
Drenched in color, the music video for “Death Row” brings the group’s latest single to life, showcasing the inner struggles while featuring freedom in doing so. Color plays a considerable aspect, as the encapsulating bright colors backdropped in darkness can represent the mental gymnastics that come with the emotional turmoil.
Or, you know…HRZN could also really like colorful backdrops.
On the subject of “Death Row” and its accompanying music video, vocalist Morgan Elizabeth shares, “This song was a lot of fun to make, even if it wasn’t a fun topic to write about. The video has so much going on with all of the colors, lights, and smoke. While something like that would typically be a bit overwhelming, it was actually really enjoyable and cathartic for us to put all of the energy we could into everything we were doing.”
HRZN will also embark on their first headlining tour starting on May 25 in Colorado Springs and wrapping up in Salt Lake City on June 3. I’d be lying if I wasn’t eyeing that June 1 date in Los Angeles.
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