The Mighty One release a new video for "Burden"
I got to talk to Tim Steinruck last week about his music and the love of what he does, we have been friends on Facebook for a while now, but it was the first time we had a chat outside of messenger or comment on a post or two. The band is located in the Vancouver area of Canada
But that is not why you are here, you are here for the video for "Burden", but for those of you who might have missed it, or...want to watch it again, I will gladly post it at the bottom of the page so you can get to know the man and his music.
Below is the press release I received this morning from Catia with Against PR:
The Mighty One from Canada is well-known for always having a fan surprise up their sleeves – following the latest announcement of a streaming concert and two elaborate videos for their latest singles, the band now announces the release of Burden from their current album "Torch Of Rock And Roll".
After the release of a classical lyric video (Comin’ On) and some epic Animé-inspired eye-candy (Torch Of Rock And Roll), the clip for the new single Burden showcases the band’s intense performance of a highly emotional song. Written over 20 years ago by frontman Tim Steinruck, guitarist Scott Enns and their close friend and drummer Jeff Worobec, the track only saw the light of day with the album release of Torch Of Rock and Roll earlier in 2020, after Worobec tragically passed away from cancer in 2016. So it only makes sense for Enns to make a cameo appearance throughout the clip as well.
In a haunting, yet beautiful way, Burden explores the pain of holding on to feelings and situations that keep us imprisoned, and the freedom that comes from releasing them to a power greater than ourselves. The spiritual, moving track has quickly become a fan-favorite off of Torch Of Rock And Roll. Find out why and check out the music video below:
"Raw, upfront, and personal. We officially invite you into our world. A world where we let go of our burdens. Enjoy this song and video. My hope is that it will inspire you to let go of something in your life that you don't need anymore." Tim Steinruck - The MightyOne
Also, if you caught the KISS story the other night--he talks about that in the interview.