Otherkin Return With Visuals For New Single, ‘All That Remains Won’t Be The Same’

Irish fourpiece Otherkin follow on from the phenomenal success of their comeback single, ‘Tombstone’, with another hard rocking track, ‘All That Remains Won’t Be The Same’. The song is accompanied by an eerily dystopian video clip – sonic waves move on a screen implanted on a colourful wall in what seems to be an Asian city.

Frontman Luke Reilly, in speaking of the new song says,

“The lyrics to ‘All That Remains Won’t be the Same’ were written at the end of 2017 as the horror stories emerged of everyday abuse and sexism perpetrated by men of power in all walks of life. The song is a rejection of anyone who feels they can behave that way and the title itself is a declaration for change, a statement that these vile actions have no place in society today.”

The music for the single was written during the same sessions which produced Tombstone, in Brighton with Chemical Brothers producer Steve Dub, and mixed by Jolyn Thomas, known for his work with Royal Blood, and Slaves.
‘All That Remains Won’t Be The Same’ is set to follow on from the success of ‘Tombstone’. which together with key playlist support across multiple streaming services, has cemented Otherkin‘s reputation as one of the most exciting new bands merging rock and electronics.
‘All That Remains Won’t Be The Same’ is out now through Rubyworks.
Stream and download ‘All That Remains Won’t Be The Same’ here. Find Otherkin online on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and their official website.

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