U.K. progressive post-rock supergroup Crippled Black Phoenix unleash a music video for the second track »Lost« taken from their forthcoming album, »Ellengæst«, set to release on October 9th, 2020 via Season Of Mist. »Lost« is featuring guest vocalist Vincent Cavanagh of Anathema.
Video was directed by Guilherme Henriques.
“No words needed for this. The video is our statement,” says the band.
01. House Of Fools (feat. Vincent Cavanagh)
03. In The Night (feat. Gaahl)
04. Cry Of Love (feat. Ryan Patterson & Suzie Stapleton)
05. Everything I Say
07. The Invisible Past (feat. Jonathan Hultén)
08. She’s In Parties (Bauhaus Cover)
»Ellengæst« has the difficult task of following 2018’s profound and moving »Great Escape«. This new release, though, does not make any attempts in pairing with or succeeding its predecessor. Circumstances largely prevented it anyway.
On the day tracking started for »Ellengæst«, Crippled Black Phoenix found themselves without a male lead vocalist and keyboardist. Whereas events of a similar thread would spell doom for most bands, CBP leader Justin Greaves took it as an opportunity to tap into his deep network of musician friends.
Before he knew it, several prominent guest vocalists were secured, ready and able to lend their considerable talents to: Anathema’s Vincent Cavanagh, Gaahls Wyrd’s Kristian “Gaahl” Espedal, Coliseum/Fotocrime/one-time Crippled Black Phoenix touring bassist Ryan Patterson, up-and-coming U.K. solo artist Suzie Stapleton, and Tribulation’s Jonathan Hultén.
Justin Greaves – Guitars, Bass, Keys, Effects, Samples, Backing Vocals
Belinda Kordic – Vocals, Percussions
Helen Stanley – Piano, Keys, Synth, Trumpet, Vocals
Andy Taylor – Guitars
Ben Wilsker – Drums