End of Days
Single | 2022
Taken from upcoming album Be Yourself in 11 Easy Lessons
If something starts, must it also end? Do all things have to change? Are we really breaking up? Hallam London, slightly otherworldly, close to humanity but still not part of it, is asking difficult questions in this vigorous indie rock song. Does he know the answers? As contradictory as Hallam himself, End of Days is uplifting but also dark and aggressive. It’s a sunny afternoon in the park when the world happens to be ending.
Obscure Sound, 14 Oct 2022 | “End of Days” is an exciting rock single from Hallam London, an artist based in Dresden, Germany. Alongside Sheffield-based lyricist Ian Badcoe, Hallam London delivers a riveting rock sound with ample vigor. Previously featured cuts like “To the Sky” and “Run for Your Life” showcased this melodic, rock sound, and Hallam London continues the knack for solid showings with “End of Days.”
The track jumpstarts quickly into its thunderous alt-rock sound, with fierce guitar tones enveloping. The steady rhythm section emerges solely thereafter alongside the suave vocal emergence, hastily evolving alongside a passionate wave of guitars. The “in collision” hook exudes a hectic sense of chaos, though quite enjoyably, especially as followed by the bass-heavy suaveness of the initial verses. “End of Days” is another sturdy rock success from Hallam London.
Mystic Sons, 29 Sept 2022 | German artist unleashes a bold and frenzied slice of alt-rock gold
The making of this video has been crowdfunded and further supported by the matching fund “Kreativ Booster” of “Wir gestalten Dresden (WGD) – Branchenverband der Dresdner Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft e. V.” and the Cultural Office of the City of Dresden.
The crowdfunders: Antje & Karen, Carola Söllner, Carolyn, Christiane Matthes (rota-orat-tora.de), die Susi, Eugen, Gary, Gudrun & Mattes, Henning, Ian, Jonathan, Judith & Christoph, Katzwinkel family, Nicola & Riklef, paula und Jens, Roland Altenburger (Musenstall5), Sophie Umlauft, Tamara und Helmut, Tomas, Uta … and many more!