Artwork for the single Crucify by Byron Bay rock band Valhalla Lights.
Artwork for the single Crucify by Byron Bay rock band Valhalla Lights. Contributed

Valhalla Lights has a new song to Crucify audiences

BYRON BAY rockers Valhalla Lights have released a new single and music video for Crucify, the second track from their latest album, My Gracious Highway.

Crucify reflects our concerns on corporations exploitation of our environment and is about raising your hand to a sustainable, respectable and common sense approach to our natural world.

My Gracious Highway is a slow release album, with one track being released per month on the first day of every month for all of 2016, and a final track December 31.

The first song, Rise Above, was released on January 1.

The full album in CD format will be released at the end of the year.

The band's drummer, Deon Diver, said they wanted to have a different approach to releasing this album.

"(Have you) ever been in a space of going inwards, complete introspection and getting lost in deeper conversations of life?" he asked.

The single is available for purchase via CD Baby and the video clip is on YouTube.

For details visit the website at www.valhallalights.com.



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