TO KILL ACHILLES release video for ‘Luna et Altum’

9 Jan, 2021

With several singles already out, To Kill Achilles have been generous enough to give us yet another taste of their forthcoming album, Something To Remember Me By. Out next month, the Scottish post-hardcore outfit have put their everything into this record and the result is a personal, conceptual journey.

About the album, the band say, “This record is the story of a man who wakes up on his twenty-fifth birthday and the events that happen throughout the course of a year that lead him to take his own life, exactly one year on to the date. Each song represents a month in his life (with the exception of two moments of reflection). In each of the songs we tell a story that a member of the band has been through over the last few years. Every song is real and is a portrayal of how we felt in that moment.”

They go on to say “It’s so important to talk, it’s so important to find the people in life that you can share your lowest moments with, because no one can be expected to go through that alone. Our character deals with alcoholism, a lack of direction or passion in life, the fear of growing older and losing yourself, the isolation felt by following a creative career, the idea that when you die no one will remember you, the onset of anxiety and the shame you feel about trying to tell people you’re not okay. The pressure you put on a partner when you’re not in the right headspace, the fear of showing your emotions as a male incase you’re seen as weak, the fear of death, the moment that suicide enters your mind as an escape and the loss of a parent. A lot of these things will happen in our lifetime and it’s important to know that if they do, there’s people out there who will help you through it.”

Listen to the incredible ‘Luna et Altum’ below:

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