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SikTh Share Video For Cracks Of Light

Friday, 04 August 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

SikTh have shared a video for their track Cracks of Light.

The song is taken from the band's recent album 'The Future in Whose Eyes?' and is also the first ever SikTh track to feature a guest vocalist in the form of Periphery singer Spencer Sotelo. Speaking about Cracks of Light, vocalist and songwriter Mikee W Goodman said:

"I have had a lot of positive messages from fans thanking me for the lyrics in this song actually. Cracks of Light is a dark song but it does have a positive message. Inspiration comes from my own battles with depression and trying to find light through the darkness. Some days people have to go through such sadness to find the happiness. People learn a lot more about themselves in certain situations like this."

SikTh appear at ArcTanGent in Bristol and Portsmouth's Victorious Festival later this month.





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