While Edge Of Paradise puts the finishing touches on their forthcoming studio album, The Unknown, which is due out this fall, the band has released a new single and music video, ‘Digital Paradise’. The song and video serve as a prelude of what to expect from the band’s upcoming opus, which seems them having taken a massive leap across the board in songwriting and performance.
“‘Digital Paradise’ is set in a world where the line between reality and digital space disappears, where time becomes meaningless and the human soul and machine become one. It explores whether merging with technology could be our road to forever, our digital paradise, or demise!” says vocalist Margarita Monet of the lyrical meaning behind the new single.
“The song originated from an instrumental idea I made on the keys, that inspired lyrics about what an afterlife could look like,” she continues. “When Dave put some driving guitars on the song, that led me to add industrial and cinematic elements, which inspired me to explore themes of technology and digital evolution. Once we had the demo, we went into the studio with Neil Sanderson and Mike Plotnikoff to record drums, guitars and solidify the vocal arrangement. After that, I recorded the final vocal track with Howard Benson, who elevated the song to a new level! Once ready, we sent it off to Denmark, for Jacob Hansen to mix and bring ‘Digital Paradise’ to life!”
Upcoming album, The Unknown is Edge Of Paradise’s fourth studio album, coming on the heels of their well-received third album, and Frontiers Music Srl debut, Universe. The band teamed up with renowned producer Howard Benson (Halestorm, Seether, Black Stone Cherry, etc.) who, together with Mike Plotnikoff (Halestorm, Three Days Grace) and Neil Sanderson (Three Days Grace) helped the band craft their biggest sounding album yet.