Song of the Day: “Prayer from Nowhere” by Cold Cave

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Cold Cave (Photo courtesy Indie Publicity)

As Cold Cave prepare for the release of their highly-anticipated new 7-song album Fate in Seven Lessons, the group has premiered another single — this time, the release’s brooding, pensive opener “Prayer from Nowhere.”

The new track’s visionary music video was directed by Travis Shinn and Jeremy Danger and much like Fate in Seven Lessons, it’s heavy and romantic — a perfect backdrop for the song’s sexy synth-driven neo-psychedelia goth that harkens back to the past while moving into the future.

Wes Eisold said the song is “about redemption and surrender from the lowest and loneliest you can find yourself.”

Watch the official music video for “Prayer from Nowhere” by Cold Cave on YouTube:

Long-running luminaries of the underground, Cold Cave have released an astounding number of singles, LP’s, EP’s, and compilations, and have become synonymous with the modern-day resurgence of darkwave and synth-pop. Founder and frontperson Wes is a multi-disciplinary artist whose body of work continues to reverberate throughout the subterranean arts scene and beyond. Eisold has gained mass appeal in various sects of underground music, influencing underground and popular culture with his deft and nimble artistic vision. This has propelled Cold Cave to perform at world class museums The Getty and The Guggenheim, and perform alongside legends The Jesus and Mary Chain and Nine Inch Nails among others.

Wes, along with multi-instrumentalist Amy Lee, make the ultimate return as Cold Cave on Fate in Seven Lessons and carry the torch for modern post-punk on this timeless and alluring new release. Due out on June 11 on 12inch vinyl, 12inch picture disc and digital formats via Heartworm Press, Fate In Seven Lessons encompasses all of Cold Cave’s past while moving into the future.

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