Lucid Movement Soundhouse Session #2

I have to say one of the great things about being part of SEE ROCK LIVE MAG on SEEROCKLIVE.com is getting to meet & get to know guys like the members of Lucid Movement.   Well It’s also kinda nice getting the backstage passes to shows like this one “Lucid Movement” – Soundhouse Session #2

The guys from Lucid Movement are methodical & very professional. When it’s time to get down to business they are all about getting the job done well. They treated the preparation and lead up to SOUND HOUSE SESSION #2 like it was a show happening at the Budweiser Stage. It really shows this segment was a ton of fun & well-executed. Soundhouse Session #2 with Lucid Movement looks and sounds amazing.

For those who missed the live stream. Here is Lucid Movement Live – Soundhouse Session #2 on SEEROCKLIVE.com Virtual Venues.

LUCID MOVEMENT “VICTIM OF CIRCUMSTANCE” – SOUNDHOUSE SESSION #2

Victim of Circumstance: is written about those who feel an inability to make a positive change in their own lives. It addresses the rationalization of poor decisions, and in particular, substance abuse as an escape.

LUCID MOVEMENT “JUST AN OBSTACLE” – SOUNDHOUSE SESSION #2

Just an Obstacle is written about narcissists who are oblivious to those around them. They view other people as obstacles to their own success and will stop at no measure to get ahead.

LUCID MOVEMENT “NOW OR NEVER” – SOUNDHOUSE SESSION #2

Now or Never: Written about the ultimate inevitability, Now or Never confronts the choices one makes when they know time is limited. From making amends, to acceptance, this song reveals the thought process of wanting to end things on positive terms.

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