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ABYSS, WATCHING ME ReturnWith New Music Video ‘Losing’

The Melancholic Post-Hardcore quartet ‘Abyss, Watching Me,’ led by YouTuber Egor Erushin, returns with new music in the form of ‘Losing’ after a 5-year Hiatus. The band has a history of touring Europe with Oceans Ate Alaska & Annisokay, and has shared the stage with the likes of Escape The FateBad Omens, In Hearts WakeNovelists, and Landmvrks.

Their new song, ‘Losing,’ released on the 4th of February via Kontrolla Music Group, centers around leaving toxic relationships behind.  

Egor notes;
‘We haven’t released a full-length record since 2017, and the release of this single starts our first album cycle in 5 years. This is by far the most mature and intimate record we’ve done, and Losing reflects that perfectly. There’s a lot of pain in this whole album, but also a lot of strength and hope for better days – and I feel like that’s what everyone needs in this day and age.’

Artwork by Mateo Tazky

Stream/purchase ‘Losing’ here: https://kntrlla.co/losing

‘Losing’ was written during AWM’s hiatus between 2017 and 2021 but was produced in 2021 by AWM guitar player Vaclav Becvar and was mixed & mastered by Kirill Konyaev. The song and their upcoming album mark the first time Egor not only performs as a singer in recorded media but also takes up guitar duties. The music video took only 3 days to shoot and edit and was made by Prague-based director Mateo Tazky.

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More About The Band
Abyss, Watching Me is a 4-piece post-hardcore band from Prague, Czech Republic, led by Russian YouTuber Egor Erushin. During its time as the band, 
the project released 2 full-length albums: Honesty (featuring guests from Betraying The Martyrs, The Color Morale, In Fear And Faith & others) in 2016, and Ignite in 2017.
On top of touring and sharing the stage with worldwide acts, the band also was chosen to play on all football games for the UEFA Women’s Football Championship in 2017. Abyss, Watching Me went on hiatus in 2017 and restarted in 2022, starting with sold-out shows in Moscow and Saint Petersburg in January. After the release of their first single in years titled ‘Losing,’ their new album is scheduled to be released in May of 2022

Photography by Mateo Tazky

What’s Next For Abyss, Watching Me:

Fans should keep their eyes on Abyss, Watching Me, as they’re getting ready to kick off a European tour with a familiar worldwide act.

Find Abyss, Watching me On:
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