SHOW ME YOUR UNIVERSE
Coma
For Fans of: Polaris, Like Moth to Flames & Bad Omens
Genre: Metal Country: France
Label: Independent Press: Red Toad Music/PR

SHOW ME YOUR UNIVERSE
LONG STORY SHORT

Show Me Your Universe is a five- piece core band from France formed in 2015, composed of vocalist Jeremy Dubray, alongside guitarists Cyril Masset and Alexis Collas, bassist Alix Cayla and the drummer Valy Raffault.
The band has been able to reach a wide audience around the world releasing their first EP “We’re All Sinners” in 2016 along with the music video “Super Hero”.
They have also issued a cover, “Heathens”, by Twenty One Pilots. Coming out early 2019, their first album marked the beginning of the new era for the band.
A heavy mix between deep hatred and melancholia dragging you through the roots of the core scene.

NEW SINGLE “COMA”
RELEASE DATE: 16TH SEPTEMBER, 2020
This title was composed during the summer of 2019 in a different process from what we are used to do, this time we did jam sessions all together, each one bringing either an initial idea or a contribution to the global idea.
Without imposing limits in the instrumental writing, we took the time to work on all the arrangements and then we went to record this song at DNA Music Studio with Nicolas Delestrade (Novelists) who made the recording, mixing and mastering of it.
The EP in general treats in a metaphorical way situations in which we can get stuck. “Coma” is a title that mainly deals with the theme of isolation and depression. The fear of expressing oneself, and the vicious circle that all this generates all the time.
The lyrics are written in such a way that the listener can adapt his or her own personal experience to the text, and thus find his or her own meaning in it.
The person who played the role of the main actor for the clip of this title is a metal welder/sculptor (Intagram: @tours2manivelle). During the shooting, he made this work that can be seen in some scenes of the clip. This sculpture is called “Le dernier cri”. It represents, in our opinion, the idea expressed in the text of the title “Coma” (Isolation…).
Quite naturally for the choice of the artwork we turned to a photograph of it.

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