The Dirty Nil – The Light, The Void and Everything

The Dirty Nil’s official music video for “The Light, The Void and Everything” from the new album, Free Rein to Passions – out now on Dine Alone Records.

“The Light, The Void and Everything” is a powerful rock song that showcases The Dirty Nil’s signature sound. The song starts with a guitar riff that sets the tone for the rest of the track. The vocals are raw and powerful, with lead singer Luke Bentham delivering the lyrics with passion and intensity. The chorus is anthemic and easy to sing along to, making it a perfect addition to the band’s live setlist.

Lyrically, the song is open to interpretation, but it seems to be about finding hope and meaning in a world that can often feel dark and empty. The line “I see the light in everything” is repeated throughout the song, emphasizing the message of positivity and resilience.

Overall, “The Light, The Void and Everything” is a solid addition to The Dirty Nil’s discography. It’s a deep, dramatic rock song that will appeal to fans of the band’s previous work and all newcomers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bClas44Xwd8
The Dirty Nil – The Light, The Void and Everything (Official Video)

The video for “The Light, The Void and Everything” is a dramitic & well shot and powerful piece that perfectly complements the song. The video features Luke Bentham singing into a industrial light is a theateresk room.The camera work is again dynamic, with quick cuts and close-ups that capture the energy of the performance.

Overall, the video is a great accompaniment to the song. It’s well-shot, visually entreging and keep you interested, and captures the energy of the song.

https://open.spotify.com/track/7zMbElg2HN1Yt05thGbf8C?si=ce900d97a07f49cb
The Dirty Nil The Light, The Void and Everything

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