Breaking onto the scene with a fire that is palpable and pure, LA rockers, Silent Rival, have given us a glimpse into the band’s background and style throughout the dark tonality emitted within their new video for their stimulating track, “Die A Little”, a single from their debut album The Kindness Of Strangers.
The emerging act showcases a depiction of internal opportunities for growth that have manifested through urges and tribulation within themselves, and provide a great visual display of perseverance for both newcomers to join their ride and established fans to hear the track from a new angle.
Between flourishes of melody that bring about a staggering influence that lifts the emotive effect of the track and the hazy impression throughout the crepuscular visuals, Silent Rival has elevated the significance within the previously influential track and thrust its potency into an entirely new realm.
“No one plays Russian roulette because they want to die. They play to make sure they’ve squeezed every last drop of experience out of life. This song is about spinning the proverbial barrel. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, but that’s not what matters. To me what matters most, is that I’ve felt everything there is to feel, lived fast and left behind a corpse that tells the stories. This video hopefully conveys that feeling. We are really happy with it.” – Sara Coda/Silent Rival