Fifth Dawn Unveil New Single 'Defying Symmetry'

Fifth Dawn Unveil New Single 'Defying Symmetry'
Australian Alternative/Melodic Hardrock band Fifth Dawn have unveiled their brand new single Defying Symmetry, a track that deals with lucid dreaming, or being in a dream state. The song strikes quite a punch with heavy guitars and hard hitting drums and I am a sucker for female vocals on rock songs, I don't know why, but just makes my listening pleasure even better. This is perfect for fans of Evanescence, Paramore and Flyleaf. Watch the official music video below!


Defying Symmetry was recorded in a home studio setup which allowed Fifth Dawn to work around their own busy schedules. The studio is located in Western Sydney at the home of their rhythm guitarist – Jamie. It was adapted to suit their purpose and it was something that really worked for the band, which made the process workable and cost effective. Mark Harris (The Ocean The Sky, Buried In Verona) produced the track alongside co-writers Samantha Faul and Mark Robertson. Defying Symmetry was mixed and mastered by Henrik Udd (Bring Me The Horizon, Architects) in Sweden. The music video was recorded and edited by James Unwin and Jake Pierce of Red Boss Productions.

Speaking about the song, vocalist Samantha Faul said,
This song is quite interesting conceptually – I was having a lot of lucid dreams at a point in my life due to various stressors, and with that came an unsettling, warped reality that became my constant dream state. In other words, I would often dream about things or settings in real life that would appear completely backwards when I would dream, and it was just so bizarre. That’s where I intended the music video to capture a lot of that imagination and feeling trapped within a dream.
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