Croatian metalcore outfit Cold Snap released a live video for their single “Serenity”.
The video was shot during a special ‘social distancing metal show’ that the band organized. Since playing live is a huge part of Cold Snap, not being able to play live is a huge problem – the band decided to take that problem head-on by hosting an open-air show themselves. Everything that could have been done to have a responsible concert experience was done. Even though the concert was originally meant to be a seated blend of plastic chairs, local bands and metalheads at one point emotions took over – all the attendees stood up and started to sing along and mosh with the band.
“The energy shared between the band and the audience was magical. It was a great pleasure to be on the stage after so long and we hope to be able to get back there as soon as possible.”
“Serenity” was originally featured in a double music video (or a short film). It’s a song about emotional failure, imposed hatred and aggression that culminates in (as the song is titled) serenity – finding reconciliation with yourself.
Enjoy Serenity and find out what the first social-distancing metal show in Croatia looked like. Filmed and edited by Kerativ.