The band portray the struggle to remain true to oneself through adversity in the single’s accompanying music video, which harkens to the macabre, gritty aesthetics of ‘90s predecessors like Nine Inch Nails. In it, Angelika finds herself bound and incapacitated, fighting against ropes and chains to break free. The video has just the perfect amount of spook factor to put you in the mood for Halloween next week.
Serpentine and with regard for neither genre trends nor constraints, husband/wife duo Brighter Than A Thousand Suns have shed skin countless times since their Tragic Hero Records debut full-length Survival Machines in 2011. The band have since dabbled, through several EPs and singles, in the realms of alternative, indie, metalcore and even electronic—all entwined with a gritty and brutally relatable thread they have now nailed down and seamlessly melded to their current vision. 2020 active-rock-meets-nu-metal singles “Replica,” “Gravity” and “Finding Me” declare a refined, raucous, larger-than-life Brighter Than A Thousand Suns ready to shout their message to the masses.