Victoria’s Visioner are set to release their brand new single and video for, Psyche, a track which explores the inner workings of the mind and aims to inspire listeners to overcome their own demons.
This heavy tune (both musically and figuratively), was the first contribution newcomer to the band, vocalist, Robbie Wilson, who got real and raw when writing the lyrics which are influenced by his battle with drug use.
"Once I heard the dark instrumental vibe for Psyche, the idea for me was to write about something I had struggled with in my past. The song touches on a time of insanity that I had dealt with from making mistakes lead on from drug abuse.” Wilson begins.
“I went against all my morals from being in an altered state of mind, feeling paranoid that I was hated by all of those who I had held close and called friends. Realising that all of it was just in my head I pulled myself out of what was a horrible experience but came out strong-willed and knowing not to put myself in that place ever again. I really just wanted to share my experience and try to help anyone who has struggled with or is struggling with drug abuse and the horrible state of mind that it can sink you into, knowing that you are not alone and you can come out of it stronger."
Psyche was produced, mixed & mastered by Chris Lalic (Windwaker, Rumours, The Last Martyr) and the video for it was produced & directed by Crow River Visuals (Jackson Bentley and Indey Salvestro).
The huge metalcore number will be released into the world tomorrow (Friday 30th April) - This release is just in time for their show supporting Thornhill and Bloom on May 2nd in Albury, Victoria at Beer Deluxe - grab tickets now.
Check out the worldwide premiere of Visioner's new video for Psyche below and pre-save it here!