Vienna, Austria based Heavy Psych Rock quartet Great Rift unveil the music video for the second single “Space” taken from their upcoming full-length album “Utopia,” scheduled for release on April 20, 2022 via StoneFree Records. watch the video through the YouTube player below:
Saya the band: “We’re happy to share the music video from our song Space with you. This song is also part of our upcoming album »Utopia«, which will be released on the 20th of April via StoneFree Records. Video filmed and produced by Christian Fischer. Thanks a lot Christian for your passion and all your great ideas! Feel free to share this piece of music with your friends.“
Heavy Psych Rock inspired by the Heavy Blues, hard and Psychedelic Rock of the 70s to the beginning of Stoner Rock in the 90s of the last century.
Four men, who come from the cosmic vastness of Austria, with Vienna as their navigation bridge.
Backed by a passionate, distinctive singing voice, their lyrics speak powerfully about the universe, their very own source of inspiration with its endless possibilities, fabulous fantasies and unexpected journeys.
With their sound, Great Rift set course to distances unknown, without destroying or forgetting their roots. Driving beats, heavy riffs and catchy hooks merge live into a rousing musical supernova.
After the bands founding in 2016, they released their EP “VoodooWoodland” on Electricfire Records in 2017, followed in June 2018 by their first album “Vesta,” published on StoneFree Records and Electricfire Records.
In 2019 the band started with a personal change on the drums, which allowed the guys to expand their creative possibilities considerably. In 2020, another personel change on the guitar was taking place. Great Rift have definitely reinvented themselfs now. Musical creative possibilities now seem inexhaustible.
With this newfound energy, the band sets off their journey again, to record a new album in 2021 which will be released in 2022.
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Thomas Gulyas / Vocals, Guitar
Andreas Lechner / Lead Guitar
Peter Leitner / Bass
Klaus Gulyas / Drums