Burlington’s Oh Geronimo released their The Flood EP back in July featuring the two parts “The Flood” and “Waves”. Originally surrounding the unfortunate flooding of lead singer Ciarán Downes’ basement, the indie folk rock group have attached a fantasy series to the accompanying music videos.
“The Canadian Wilderness Fantasy Epic” began with “The Flood Pt.1” – which can be seen below – and has continued with the release of “Waves (The Flood Pt.2)”. The dramatic, explosive indie rock track provides a perfectly matched soundtrack for the exciting quest.
Read the band’s synopsis for the story of “Waves” and view the video just below it:
“News spread with rapid pace. Ciaranimo and his band of Wanderers had slaughtered Jarvis Manslaughter. The infiltration of the sacred sorcerer sanctuary was complete, but the war had only just begun…
Stu’uldahn’s learnings had taught him that death had no end, it merely presented opportunity. The sorcerers still stood a chance and Jarvis Manslaughter could still help them. “We must strike quickly,” ordered Stu’uldahn before his mystical brethren. “The Wanderers will consume our land and with them, they’ll bring violence, pestilence, and vile fornication. This territory is sacred. No Wanderer shall leave these parts alive.”
Unbeknownst to the sorcerer, Ciaranimo and his friends devised their own plans. Perhaps they too could grasp the power of this wizardry and lead their people to freedom, deep within the Canadian wilderness. On this day, the Trail of Bruce succumbs to a battle for the ages. Whose eyes shall look upon the face of death? Who shall be crowned victorious? Oh Geronimo presents “Waves” and the second instalment of a Canadian Wilderness Fantasy Epic, The Wrath of Stu’uldahn”.
If you haven’t already, you can watch part 1 below: