The Canadian rock band Silverstein has released an alternative version of ‘Infinite’ from their album ‘A Beautiful Place To Drown’, along with a music video. Puza Snigdha reports.
The music video includes voicemail recordings from the fans about how they are coping with the pandemic due to COVID-19 and about adopting the new normal. The band has recorded the new version of the song during the quarantine.
Hear out the Silverstein’s Infinite (Alternate Version)-
Talking about the new version of the song, the band said that ‘Infinite’ is related to people’s mental health and anxiety due to the pandemic.
“‘Infinite’ was born in the black hole of anxiety”, said the guitarist Paul Marc Rousseau.
The album “ A Beautiful Place To Drown” is their ninth studio album, and was released back on 6th March to mark their 20th anniversary.
Silverstein hosted a live stream performance in July to celebrate their 20th anniversary where they performed an alternate version of ‘Where Are You’.
Enjoy the alternate version of ‘Where Are You’-