The rock band Dark Station released a music video for their single “No Life”, which is the third track off of their upcoming debut album ‘Down in the Dark’. The single and the video deliver a powerful message of what real life can look like when someone is struggling with their inner demons. The album is set to be released at some point this year.
About the single and video, Nathan Spades (vocals) stated:
“Sometimes, when you’re really caught in your own head, you need to hear sad things to help you overcome it. No Life represents 2 sides of the same coin; what people go through as addicts and people that have to struggle and abuse themselves in ways other than drugs. Trying to numb reality in any way we can really. The goal for the video was to give the viewer a clear vision of how real and raw life can be. Sometimes when we’re so caught up with everything we have going on, we forget about the people around us that might need us as much as we need them. The amount of suicides and overdoses that happen annually is a frighteningly high number. I think the combination of the visuals in the video, along with the music/lyrics makes for a powerful message.”
In the spring of 2018, five Southern California musicians came together to form a new band after leaving their respective projects behind. Dark Station consists of Nathan Spades (vocals), Kyle Ort (guitar), David Bruno (guitar), Eric Sinful (bass), and Dylan Roy (drums). The band has the ability to seamlessly transition from heavy riffs to haunting melodies and lyrics. With inspiration drawing from late 90’s and early 00’s rock bands, there is a familiarity to their music that is refreshing while still having their own style. The upcoming debut album ‘Down in the Dark’ is poised to cement Dark Station’s name in the rock world.