Modern Error are back and expanding their fascinating sonic universe in a big way.
The band have shared a new single called 'Error Of The World', their first for Rude Records, a song brimming with anthemic depth and rousing euphoria readymade for the biggest stages the world has to offer.
Plus the video is a luscious, beautifully constructed and satisfyingly curious accompaniment to its stunning soundtrack
Vocalist Zak Pinchin, who also directed the song's visual, has explained a bit more about what it represents:
"Error of the World is a duality of audio and visual, expressing a sign of the times as a heightened modern world.
"Conceptually I wanted to to paint the picture of feeling isolated in a world more connected than ever, of where we are always cyberly in close proximity but forgetting the feeling of reality, connection and love. We rely on superficial things to feed us something good so quickly that I feel we become addicted to that hit, not thinking and forgetting what living means to each of us individually. We all seem to fall a victim to this way of living, and the song is me coming to terms with this and hoping for change.
"The video also sees the introduction of Flower Face - "a person hidden behind a mask of surface level beauty in order to cope within a real life setting. He looks upon little parts of the world through a hole in his surreal setting, where things begin to error and shift - we see our character as a victim of the modern age as it consumes him in an abstract way, leaving him in an internal blue abyss."
Check it out below:
It's the first new music from the band since the release of their mini-album 'Lost In The Noise'.