MODERN ERROR Release New Single ‘A Vital Sign’

MODERN ERROR release new single ‘A Vital Sign’

Following on from the recent release of the soaring ‘Error of the World’ – Modern Error have today released a new single – ‘A Vital Sign’. A song that is “searching for an answer in love, and questioning all that love is; Feeling as if the world has changed you to now misunderstand its intention and meaning,” explains Zak Pinchin.

“With a world shifting, so are people’s needs and I think that raises a question of Modern love in a modern world: Do we love or do we just love to be loved? A vital sign was made to search what I felt on this subject and expose my thoughts on it..”

Following an exclusive premiere for the track on last night’s BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with Daniel P Carter, the accompanying video also once again features ‘flowerface’ – “a person hidden behind a mask of surface level beauty in order to cope within a real life setting.”

“We follow flowerface and see him begin a trajectory of broken heart syndrome as he loses his own idea of love in his heightened modern world.”

MODERN ERROR – ‘A Vital Sign’ (Official Music Video)

Unashamedly drawing inspiration from the cinematic work of Kubrick and Aaronofsky, the philosophical cut and thrust of Nietzsche and beyond. An all-too-rare commitment to the idea that art can stand for something bigger than itself. Combine that with a superlative blend of stadium-bothering rock and post-punk abrasiveness and it is clear that Modern Error are, in almost every conceivable way, a band tailor made for our times.

The Brothers Pinchin, Zak (Vocals) and Kel (Guitar), very much big picture thinkers themselves, have a desire for Modern Error to “make a statement about how we view the state of the world.

‘A Vital Sign’ artwork
MODERN ERROR – ‘Error of the World’ (Official Music Video)
Modern Error tour the UK with Loathe in December, with dates below:

09 GLASGOW Classic Grand
10 LIVERPOOL Arts Club
12 SHEFFIELD Foundry
14 BRISTOL Fleece
15 BOURNEMOUTH Old Fire Station
17 BRIGHTON Patterns
18 LONDON Lafayette

As well as their recently announced appearance at next year’s Download Festival.

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