Dead Ceremony Unveil ‘Heartache’ Music Video
British 4-piece band Dead Ceremony have just shared the official music video for their latest single Heartache, the title track of their latest EP out now.

I am loving the infectious chorus that gives an anthemic vibe to the synth heavy track. There's also a dreamy/hazy mood that I am really enjoying. Christopher's vocals are, as always, stunning and just make the song sound even better.

The music video was directed by Zak Harney and depicts good times in a relationship before it turns toxic. The video holds further meaning – without spoiling the narrative – in the way one can get carried away in a “love-at-first-sight-moment”, imagining all the alluringly imperfect parts of a partnership and playing out a romantic scenario, only to be let down and for nothing to materialise. Watch it below!

Speaking about the track Christopher said,
Heartache expresses the emotional relief of no longer caring about finding the answer to why we do the things we do, or feel the way we feel. Be it with making music or falling in love. While the verses and bridge focus on the challenge of trying to reflect on your own life and understanding the choices you’ve made, the chorus is an admission that it doesn’t matter what you go through, or suffer, you can always come back from it, stronger and undiminished.