Regular readers may recall my review of Ronan Conroy’s Discontent album last year.
I loved the album and at the time described it as “deep, dark, introspective and at times menacing.” Ronan is now set to release a video for one of the strongest tracks on the album “Song to the River.”
Filmed and directed by Justin Wierbonski the video is shot in Black and White in a “film Noir” style that captures the mood of the song perfectly. It is deep, dark and a little disturbing. There is a sense of overwhelming loss and pain throughout the piece, a sense of being lost in a swirling rush of emotion, of powerlessness in the face of the strength of emotion.