Greyhaven shared their chilling new single, “Ornaments From The Well”. The song will appear on the bands upcoming album This Bright and Beautiful World set for release April 15th on Equal Vision Records. You can preorder the new album here.
“Ornaments From The Well” highlights a continued shift into a new era of the band, evoking a mix of anguished alt-rock and post-hardcore punctuated by moments of raw brutality. The new song is the 10th and final track of the album, and a fitting conclusion to the bands most emotive release yet. Serpentine riffs permeate the song, building a sinister tension that helps the bands distinct melodic sensibilities shine. The lyrics are stark and brooding, adding a palpable sense of darkness to the track that is punctuated by the swirling accompany visualiser.
Speaking on the theme of the song, singer Brent Mills had this to say:
“Last song on the record. First and only song I had finished lyrics for when we left for the studio. I didn’t realize it would set the tone for the record as far as the theme goes but this song really showed me where I was and what to lean into when writing the rest of the songs. The song is purely about depression and sinking headfirst into what feels like endless hell. I really didn’t think I could keep going at the time but somehow here I am and that’s where this song comes from.”
Check out the track, ‘Ornaments From The Well’ below.