Metalcore band Under Auburn Skies Released the official music video for their single “Afraid.” The single is from their EP titled Invention of Reasoning that released in 2021.
“Having Ronnie was very entertaining to say the least haha. When we originally sent him the lyrics and melody, he wasn’t a big fan of just copying the original melody of the pre-chorus so he gave it his own spin and it definitely helped make the lead up to the second chorus/solo a lot more climatic. It was also nice to just know that when I reached out to his manager, EJ Shannon, he originally told us that if Ronnie liked the song, he would do a feature, if not, then we wouldn’t hear back from them. So just knowing Ronnie liked the song was an exciting feeling; Considering I’ve been listening to them since the release of The New Reign, it was a little surreal to have someone like him be featured in one of our songs!” says Oscar Morales.
He adds, “As far as the lyrics pertaining to the song Afraid; It gets some influence from the game series Resident Evil but also a general realization that the planet is collapsing and we as humans are too selfish to realize that and take any sort of a gathered effort to fix it. When so much is falling around us, we still have our personal agendas that tend to take priority over the well being of our planet and society.”
Brought together from the heart of Denver, Colorado, Under Auburn Skies is a 6 piece melodic metalcore band that was founded in the Fall of 2016. Their first single, “Perseverance”, was released in October of 2016 and was supported by local shows and smaller regional tours. By 2018, the band had released their first EP Afterimage.
The band spent 2019 playing shows supporting the release of the record until the pandemic of 2020 shut the world down. Under Auburn Skies used the down time during COVID-19 to write and record new material.
In 2021 the band released their second EP titled Invention of Reasoning which featured lead singles “Polar Opposites” and “Afraid” feat. Ronnie Canizaro (Born of Osiris). Under Auburn Skies toured in support of this EP in March 2022 and landed shows opening for Cane Hill, Thousand Below and Afterlife.
The band has announced plans to tour again in the summer and fall finishing out the year with potentially a new record. UAS has supported bands such as Arsonists Get All The Girls, The Faceless, Like Moths to Flames, Kingdom of Giants, Phinehas, Novelists and Oh, Sleeper.
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