THE SILENCE FACTORY RELEASE VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE ‘HIGH'”High” Premiered on Live in Limbo
Windsor rock band The Silence Factory has released the Official Video for “High,” the second single off of their upcoming EP due out later this year. Produced by Juno award winning and Grammy nominated producer Gavin Brown (3 Days Grace, Billy Talent) and the video directed by Jendo Shabo from Moonjump Productions, “High” Premiered on Live in Limbo.“The story is a bit dark, but basically it’s about a guy who feels guilty about the death of his girlfriend – even though it’s absolutely not his fault. The video tries to capture that feeling that people have when bad stuff happens and they think they are to blame. But, in the end, the idea is that the girl comes back and tries to pull the guy into the road to get hit by a car and he realizes it at the last minute and pulls away. So, even though it’s dark it ends on a positive note. The guy finally realizes it’s not his fault so he can just be sad about the loss, but not blame himself.” – Nathan McNevin (Vocals)
Download/Stream The Silence Factory’s “High” Online:
The Silence Factory will also be touring in support of their new music, and have select tour dates in February and March with a full Cross-Canada Tour throughout April and May, to be announced soon. See below for the latest tour listings.
THE SILENCE FACTORY UPCOMING TOUR DATES:
02/10 @ The Shelter – Detroit, MI
03/01 @ The Horseshoe – Toronto, ON
04/06 @ La Source de la Martiniere – Lanaudiere, Quebec City, Quebec
The Silence Factory is: Nathan McNevin – guitar and lead vocal; Nathan Schiller – lead guitar and backing vocal; Kaiden Powell – bass and vocal; and Nick Predhomme – drums.
The band formed in October of 2015 and has been playing shows across Canada ever since. The band entered a number of competitions in 2016 and placed in the top 10 for their region in CBC Searchlight and took first place in the Windsor/Walkerville Fringe Festival Battle of the Bands. Notably in June of 2016 the band took first place in Rocksearch sponsored by 97.7 HTZ FM out of Niagara. This prestigious contest helped launch the careers of many rock bands including the Standstills, Glorious Sons, My Darkest Days, The Trews and Finger Eleven.
Their debut CD released in February 2016 has received critical acclaim from Canadian Beats magazine and the Windsor Independent magazine. Canadian Beats had this to say about the album:
Drawing on modern rock acts Reignwolf, the Living End, Billy Talent, Our Lady Peace, and Matthew Good, mixed with the classic sounds of The Beatles and Led Zeppelin, NM&TSF are helping usher in a new wave of emo-rock with the listenability of pop, the intensity of emo, and the power of hard rock. This band has a sound that the riff aficionado, the hip dance, and the tortured writer can go to on a date together and all enjoy the show.
In music cinema and folklore, audiences appreciate the story of the long term musician plugging away for decades until finally making it, are awed by the sudden risen star, the musician who is discovered and instantly famous, or, through a series of fortunate musical events, creates a spontaneous and rapid name for themselves.