STARSET Releases Music Video For New Song 'Diving Bell'

STARSET Releases Music Video For New Song 'Diving Bell'

The members of STARSET have carved out a unique path as part cinematic rock band, part conceptual storytellers, weaving an intricate narrative through multimedia and redefining the concept of a truly immersive entertainment experience. Led by enigmatic frontman and PhD candidate Dustin Bates, the band has made a mission to take fans on a journey through music, video, AR-integrated performances, a Marvel graphic novel, and online experiences, blurring the lines of science, fact, and fiction.

The band just dropped its latest visual communication in the form of the "Diving Bell" video. Watch it below.

STARSET's third album, "Divisions", provides the soundtrack to the next chapter of their overarching narrative — one of a dystopian future world divided by the technology that has taken over in a war for human consciousness — those obeying and implementing it, and those fighting against it. Clues have been left behind by The Starset Society through a series of transmissions of what will occur in the future. These have been seeded throughout the campaign for fans to find and for them to become part of the story itself in a search for knowledge and to reveal new music.

Due on September 13, "Divisions" will feature the following track listing:

01. A Brief History Of The Future
02. Manifest
03. Echo
04. Where The Skies End
05. Perfect Machine
06. Telekinetic
07. Stratosphere
08. Faultline
09. Solstice
10. Trials
11. Waking Up
12. Other Worlds Than These
13. Diving Bell



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