Ohio sludge rock outfit Lo-Pan have dropped a mostly black-and-white visual for the new song, “Ten Days.”
This clip is a great watch for anyone who’s wondered what the life of an average working band’s like, from hotel stays on tour to the drives and flights to the short stints in the studio.
Vocalist Jeff Martin explained to Revolver Magazine that the song is “about my ability to thrive just about anywhere with little or no preparation. I have always felt that if you can survive ten days of any uncomfortable situation, you can adapt, adjust and persevere.”
“Ten Days” opens Lo-Pan’s forthcoming album, Subtle, which arrives May 17 on Aqualamb Records. Watch the video here: