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Multiple personalities
From : Lemming
Inspired by their trip to a refugee camp in Filippiada Greece for Oxfam in September 2016, Hallelujah (So Low) saw the band turning their amps up again. It possesses multiple personalities depending on the medium you experience it in. We first heard it as part of a live teaser promo by Rahi Rezvani on September 18th 2017. No lyrics, just a sweet, gentle electronic intro before it suddenly switched over to the Hallelujah Death Riff (c) Justin Lockey. The clip was 37 seconds long and it was an adrenaline production tool. When we finally heard it played live, the intro was no longer at the beginning of the song, but was used as an outro just as it is on the album take and promo video for the song by Rahi. In time, it changed again when the outro vanished entirely, leaving only a straight-ahead noisy guitar song. This, is not a bad thing. Then there's also the Blanck Mass recording, which has more processing and electronics than any of the others. As I said, multiple personalities.
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