GRENOUER - See No Sun - Official Music Video Artist City, Country: Saint Petersburg, Russia Taken from the album: Grenouer "Blood on the Face" released by Mausoleum Records Director: Dr 642 for APSh Production
Staring at the ruined and abandoned world through the wind of blind eyes. Physical and metal post-industrial melancholy as one of the four temperaments matching the four humours.
Song Lyrics: Answer the telephone I know you are at home You are my fear Can’t wait to hear you Cast a fairy glance Take me in your arms I’m tired to death And short of breath [Chorus:] You’re a big mistake I don’t need to come across You‘re a restless flood Everything falls down I see no sun
Bring me slight relief Give me a chance to live Go down the drain Take my escape Destined to play your game Ready to crack my brains I’m sick at heart I fall apart [Chorus:] You’re a big mistake I don’t need to come across You‘re a restless flood Everything falls down I see no sun
I see no sun I see no light [Chorus:] You’re a big mistake I just want to make away You‘re a restless flood Why do I come back To see no sun?
Tim Whale, Indie Bands Blog: "I always struggle with my geographic placement on Russia as I have them in the Asian section, which is sort of right as most of the landmass lies in Asia, but most of the bands I review from Russia lie to the West of the Urals and hence are technically European, but that aside - Grenouer… Having started life over a decade ago there is a danger that the sound could become amortised studio rock, but gladly I am able to say whilst they have refined the sound none of that joie de vivre has been extinguished. Grenouer combine the core of heavy rock, whilst making it a more accessible sound for those who find leather jackets and head-banging a distraction, whilst retaining the core base of fans of the genre with the heavy and persistent percussion sitting proudly alongside soaring guitars. Their years of experience have been put to good use as the output has the symbiotic air guitar whilst it has mellowed to enable to clarity of the compositions to be clearly enunciated delivering a sound that lies deeply rooted in the traditions and at the same time giving themselves the space to enhance the melodic structures, without it falling in to the cracks of obscurity”.