THE CONTORTIONIST Releases 'Reimagined' Video

THE CONTORTIONIST Releases 'Reimagined' Video

American progressive rock act THE CONTORTIONIST has released an all-new music video for the track "Reimagined". Directed by Erez Bader, it is the first music video from the band from their forthcoming LP, "Clairvoyant", due out on September 15 via Entertainment One Music/Good Fight Music.

"Clairvoyant", which reunites THE CONTORTIONIST with producer Jamie King (BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD), takes the best elements of the band's past and reshapes them as the group follows its creative muses toward the future.

"'Clairvoyant' is the product of not only months of writing and recording dozens of song ideas over the last year, but also a definitive creative artifact outlining the artistic confluence of the six members of THE CONTORTIONIST for our past and future endeavors," says keyboardist Eric Guenther.

"Collectively, we're feeling proud, apprehensive, but ultimately excited to finally have this record speak for us as a meticulously sculpted voyage into our musical psyche. On album and stage, between the art's presentation, zealous and even forceful sonic immersion, and interpretable lyrical and visual metaphor, we are attempting to bring the listener deeper into the world and musical language of THE CONTORTIONIST. 'Reimagined' struck everyone simply as the most truthful and sincere place to start in this new universe."

"Reimagined" is available on all streaming services and is an iTunes instant-gratification track, meaning fans who pre order the LP via iTunes receive "Reimagined" as an instant download.

THE CONTORTIONIST just wrapped up a European tour with PERIPHERY and is playing intimate U.K. headline shows before its first-ever Download festival performance on Friday June 9.

This fall THE CONTORTIONIST will support BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME on the "Colors Ten Year Anniversary Tour".

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