Kill The Lights have just shared the video for a brand new song, titled ‘Shed My Skin’.
“‘Shed My Skin’ is about accepting the ‘real’ you and being comfortable with yourself,” says singer James Clark. “It’s about understanding that we are all broken and we are all flawed. We need to stop struggling in silence and need to reach out and ask for help before it’s too late. I personally struggle with anxiety, depression, and self-esteem issues, and some days life can be too much and I’m okay admitting that — because that is the true me. As the lyrics say, ‘I’m not bleeding. I’m just broken, and ready to shed my skin. We are all the same — I am you.”
Kill The Lights have also been confirmed to perform at Download Festival on June 14th.
Kill The Lights similarly transcend creative and physical boundaries. Uniting original Bullet For My Valentine co-founder Michael “Moose” Thomas [drums] with Throw The Fight frontman James Clark [vocals], Jordan Whelan of Still Remains [guitar], and Travis Montgomery of Threat Signal [guitar], the group seamlessly bring a shared vision to life. Streamed over 1 million times in under a year and already highlighted by Rock Sound, Kerrang!, Rhythm, and Metal Hammer, the band is currently finalising its Fearless Records debut. Stay tuned for more news soon.