The official music video for Crown Kingdom’s debut single release, Timekeeper, taken off their ‘Coronation’ album. The video was shot in Cleveland, Ohio on the shores of Lake Erie by Jay B. Johnson. Interspersed throughout the video are several Crown Kingdom inspired “Easter eggs” which as time moves on will come to mean more and more.
Six original tracks and over thirty minutes of music forging new landscapes in power and melody. CORONATION features the epic “The Cave (A Hero’s Journey)” and their official single release “TimeKeeper”.
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-The Cave (A Hero’s Journey): We’ve always generally considered The Cave (A Hero’s Journey), past and present members included, to be something of our signature song. It essentially embodies all the disparate elements of our sound into a single track. Lyrically, as the title suggests, The Cave (A Hero’s Journey) is a testament to the ‘trials’ undertaken by heroic protagonists in the fantasy genre, which is a pivotal element of mythologist Joseph Campbell’s classic analysis of the hero’s journey (if you listen to the lyrics closely enough, you can discern the specific, iconic fictional heroes we allude to).
-Heavier Than Air: One of our more upbeat and driving selections, Heavier Than Air also has some of the more noticeable‘pop’ elements from our material. Written with the mind-set of ‘The Beatles
meet Black Sabbath’, Heavier Than Air has been our opening track at every Crown Kingdom show played so far. Lyrically, the song is inspired by Jules Verne’s 1886 novel Robur the Conqueror, in which a mad-inventor develops a flying sky fortress for totalitarian designs after being spurned as a loon by society for his notions of ‘heavier than air’ vessels.
-Ride the Rails: Although Crown Kingdom can generally be labelled as Prog-Rock or perhaps even Art-Rock, nothing really accurately describes our stylistic diversity. Often, among other things, we like to just play heavy and simple foot-stomping rock, and this Southern-smoked, gritty-blues rock song is an instance of us doing just that.
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