San Diego throwback rockers KING GORM have just released a lyric video for "Song From Brighter Days." The song is from their upcoming self-titled album which will be released on July 31st.

Band leader Francis Roberts commented:

"I wrote Song From Brighter Days (or “SFBD” as Dylan calls it) to be a sort of a clone of what I think of as the pre-1980s rocker ballad. Put bluntly, this song is inspired by Temple of the King (Rainbow), Soldier of Fortune (Deep Purple), Brain Damage/Eclipse (Pink Floyd), Never More (Elf), and pretty much all the other heavy hitters of the 70s that used ballads as a dynamic both to show off and to make the big parts of an album sound bigger.

The lyric video was created by Bernie Giovannini (who is involved with a great cross-genre playlist site called Fresh Pots that I strongly recommend) and features the artwork you’ll find in physical copies of the album. It’s one of my favorite songs on the album, and I hope you like it! "

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