I will never stop fighting and getting my point across about ‘Shadow Boxing‘ being one of Parkway Drive‘s best and most important songs to date. The track which comes from their latest album Reverence (our review here) is a slap back at the haters and metalcore elitists who think they know what’s best for the band and what direction they think the Byron Bay boys SHOULD have gone in their musical careers.
So you can imagine my excitement when the guys announced it was their next song from the album to receive a video, this time in the form of a lyric video which features frontman Winston McCall stripped back and showcasing his clean and screaming vocals with a bunch of art behind him. Similar in style to what he did with ‘Wishing Wells‘, but with a touch of artistic expression.
Winston McCall discusses the song inspired by fan backlash, ‘Shadow Boxing’Parkway Drive frontman Winston McCall goes deep with podcast host Browny about the song inspired by those who criticised the band’s progression.
Hear the Full Interview: http://bit.ly/WoSUATWE50
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Posted by Wall Of Sound on Thursday, August 16, 2018
If you missed it, we had a pretty deep and meaningful chat with Winston last year in our Parkway Drive Special Podcast where he went into detail about the album, the band’s direction and that song in particular. Hear a snippet of it above, then make sure you block out some time from your week and hear the full interview/episode here
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