The Color Morale Release New Video For "Walls"

Rockford, IL rock band THE COLOR MORALE has released a new music video for "Walls". The video originally premiered via Kerrang! Magazine  The track is taken from the band's forthcoming new album Desolate Divine, set to release August 19th. Physical and digital pre-orders for Desolate Divine are available at, which include an instant download of "Walls" with each pre-order. 

Directed by Samuel Halleen (Crown The Empire, The White Noise), the video follows a man going through his day. Each place he goes, he encounters people on their phones where their lack of interaction is represented by a white mask. He finds himself in different social situations where the people around him are detached from their surroundings. 

Lead singer Garret Rapp explains, "The music video is a representation of the personal and social disconnect in relationships. This is a topic heavily debated within social media and a reflection of the songs lyrical content which deals with creating barriers to avoid vulnerability to another."

Desolate Divine Tracklisting:

1. Lonesome Soul
2. Clip Paper Wings
3. Walls
4. Trail Of Blood
5. Version of Me
6. Home Bittersweet Home
7. Misery Hates Company
8. Perfect Strangers
9. Broken Vessel
10. Fauxtographic Memory
11. Keep Me In My Body