CARACH ANGREN: Lyric Video For “This Is No Fairytale”

The plot thickens! CARACH ANGREN are presenting the second lyric video with a song from their forthcoming album ‘This Is No Fairytale’. Continuing the dark tale started with ‘There’s No Place Like Home’, the fantastic clip for the track “Two Flies Flew into a Black Sugar Cobweb” has been created by amazing artist Costin Chioreanu once again and is available for streaming in the YouTube clip below.

The band comments: “As the release date of our fourth album is crawling closer, we once again teamed up with the extremely talented Costin Chioreanu to visually tell the next chapter in our horror story, namely ‘Two Flies Flew Into A Black Sugar Cobweb’. While our opening track and its video introduced the terrifying atmosphere, this one will reveal key elements of the overall plot, full of twists and turns, all leading to a bitter place ahead…”

The artist adds: “This is the second piece of a puzzle”, relates Costin Chioreanu. “It is a multimedia combination, which joins the band’s particular way of writing music and poetry related to horror with my out of standards kind of animation. Lyric video or not, the result is exploring some new dimensions of the horror genre, having as well a smooth flavour of a b-side movie and some 70’s magic. Accessing the subconscious might work better with less explicit visuals and animations, as there lies the real playground for horror, the source of all darkness…”

‘This Is No Fairytale’ was recorded by Patrick Damiani and CARACH ANGREN in June 2014. The album was mixed by Peter Tägtgren and mastered by Jonas Kjellgren and the release has been scheduled to the 23rd of February 2015.

CARACH ANGREN - This Is No Fairytale

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