Neuromantics Navigates Through The Loops Of Self-Doubt In “Solaris”

Existential rock

Photo: Courtesy of Lost In The Manor PR

London-based quartet Neuromantics takes us into the loops and bumps of self-doubt that we face daily in “Solaris.” The music video features the members who get lost in a forest and end up engaging with a variety of characters. Peeling the layers of loneliness, anger, and fear that make up self-doubt, “Solaris” is a smooth existential rock piece that sends exhilarating breeze through you system. Watch below:

In regards to the song, vocalist Daniel shared, “notions related to self-doubt, the challenges and fears of taking risks, and finding your place in the world. The chorus lyrics point to the idea that life itself can be interpreted as a ‘show’ and it really comes down to us as individuals as to how our unique show is going to be performed.”

Comprised of Daniel (vocals/guitar/keyboards), Andrew (guitar/keyboards), Daniel (bass/vocals) and Edgars (drums), Neuromantics descend from Australia, UK, Portugal and Latvia. Each of them have been playing in different bands before coming together as one. “Solaris” is frm their debut album Crimes of Passion, which will be out soon. They have a show coming up next month:

11/9 – Hope & Anchor (London, UK)