Prolific metalcore progressives ERRA have shared the official video for Pull From the Ghost. It is comprised of live footage from the band’s mostly sold-out 2022 headline tour.
The song features the masterful technical proficiency fans expect from ERRA, while the lyrical concept delves into an interesting aspect of the human psyche and looks at almost the reverse of Stockholm Syndrome. The visual captures the band in its most natural state — on stage!
“Our fans exceeded our expectations over the summer by making our headliner the success that it was,” says Jesse Cash. “The shows were such a blast, and we were documenting video of them every night. After digging through hours of footage, we comprised this video. For the people who came out, we hope the video may do for you what it does for us, which is to ground us back in that moment when we were a part of it. For everyone else, we hope you’ll come be a part of the next one.”
ERRA will be touring again in early 2023, hitting the road in the US with We Came as Romans and Brand of Sacrifice starting on Thursday 19 January.
Back in March, ERRA dropped the deluxe version of their latest, self-titled album via UNFD. The album is available here. The expanded edition of S/T was beefed up with seven additional tracks, including a feature from Spiritbox‘s Courtney LaPlante, along with three covers. The material on the deluxe was widely praised by Loudwire, Rock Sound, Knotfest, and more. ERRA also released a mini-documentary, which was filmed in January 2021 when the band was recording the new songs. It offers a deeper insight into their process and the artistic choices they made regarding the additional material and cover songs on the deluxe edition. Watch it here.