Denver-based enigmatic artist Sharone unveils music video for “Screaming Into Oblivion”, the third single off of her upcoming album “Morbid Illusion”. Watch it below.
Nearing the release of her upcoming LP “Morbid Illusion” dark rock artist Sharone has released a darkly cinematic official music video for the third single, “Screaming Into Oblivion.” Directed by Kyle Lamar and Justin Purvis at Digital Myle, with cinematography and editing by Kyle Lamar and Spencer Macy, “Screaming Into Oblivion” features the enigmatic artist with bassist Zach Barrera.
Sharone comments: “Screaming Into Oblivion is about depression. I wrote the song when I was feeling very alone. It seemed that no matter where I turned, all I was seeing was emptiness, and my brain was taking over me. I’ve dealt with mental illness for many, many years. It’s a reoccurring part of my life. I try to shed light on it in my music when I can, because I know I’m not the only one who deals with it. And it helps those people, knowing that they’re not alone.”
She continues: “For the music video, I went with a ‘Clue (board game) meets The Grudge’ theme. The idea was to show different characters trying to figure out who it was who killed me, and at the end we discover that I was the only one there the whole time. That I imagined all these different people in my head and there was no one else around.”
Sharone erupted onto the Denver music scene as a solo artist in 2014. The atmospheric and melodramatic music of Evanescence and the psychedelic blues of Black Sabbath inspired Sharone to start performing her music live with a full rock band backing her. Despite sustaining a dark and melancholy tone on recordings, the gothic artist’s live shows are nothing short of energetic, full of heavy piano riffs, pulsing rhythms, and enthralling theatrics. In the spring of 2020, Sharone signed with Devil Inside Records, and began working on her fourth studio album. The first single “Can We Pretend” was released July 24th, and has been the young rocker’s most successful release to date. “Morbid Illusion” is due out May 28, 2021.