Meet me there, VIDEO: HELLSINGLAND UNDERGROUND – “Carnival Beyond the Hills”

Hellsingland Underground – ”Carnival Beyond The Hills” is available @ Apple Music.

by Walter Price

Much of the world’s evergreen problems are finding folks increasingly stuck in suspended progress. Political uneasiness coupled with hopes for one’s future fastened in daunting ruts. The monotony of trying to make ends meet in mundane perpetuity turning us into robotic facsimiles of one another. Chaotic.

Take a breath, Hellsinigland Underground’s brand new, and much anticipated, single “Carnival Beyond the Hills”, is a reminder that there is something fantastic just on the other side, whatever you deem that to be. A place to be you, a let your freak flags fly congregation.

All these beurocrats
Behind their computers
In their grey buildings
Where nothing changes

The sunlight
It never reaches them
The music
They can’t hear it

They’re building a mountain
of ideas on right- and wrong-doing
But theres a carnival beyond those hills
You can meet me there

Where do
Dreams go when they die
All these plans that
Never happened somehow

And why do birds always fly south
Towards the sunlight
And not the darkness

Whenever you feel like
This life is too much to handle
Theres a carnival beyond those hills
You can meet me there

Freaks and jokers
Multicoloured balloons
You can stay as long as you want to

Theres a carnival beyond those hills
You can meet me there
Theres a carnival beyond those hills
You can meet me there
Meet me there
Meet me there

The video, conceptualized and animated by the band’s Charlie Granberg, is a trippy art piece well worth taking a pause in your spinning wheel routine and experiencing.

“Carnival Beyond the Hills” is from the forthcoming album, ‘A Hundred Years is Nothing’, expected 30 August. And to stream, the full-length album jam version of the single, click through here for your favorite platforms.

HELLSINGLAND UNDERGROUND

Article band photo by Emmy Åhström.

Charlie Granberg / Jerry Ask / Peter Henriksson / Martin Karlsson / Thomas Pettersson / Patrik Jansson

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