U.S. metalcore act Like Moths To Flames have dropped the video for the new single Predestination Paradox.
It marks the first new music since the 2021-released EP, Pure Like Porcelain.
The song points to an age-old conundrum of human existence — the desire to connect, all the while knowing that a connection can expire without any notice. Despite that potential pain, we still give into the desire to connect.
Musically, the song erupts like volcano, oozing breakdowns and violent vocals.
“I think there are a lot of things that we all commit to, where we know how it will end,” says LMTF’s Chris Roetter. “This song is meant to portray the experience of learning that almost everything has an inevitable expiration date. We never know how much time we are offered or how much time is left, yet we still immerse ourselves in these deep relationships.”
Like Moths To Flames are currently in the studio working on new material with Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland.
The band is also touring in America with Currents in May and June.
PREDESTINATION PARADOX – OUT NOW