‘Silver Wind’ is the 4th single taken from the multilayered album “A Line To Cross”


IGNORE THE SIGN, built around mastermind Ossy Pfeiffer, was never a political band, but rather one that can take a position if it feels appropriate. This is confirmed by the new single “Silver Wind”, released today.
You can watch the video

Musically, the band presents its best side: the riff-dominated number is extremely heavy and powerful. That’s how rock music should sound in 2018! Content-wise, Ossy Pfeiffer and Anca Graterol sing about current social phenomena which the band members have been observing for some time: absurd conspiracy theories, ridiculous fake-news allegations as well as the social paradigm of every one against everyone else.
Lines like “Skip all the leaders and all the big brands, dragons are flying, it’s all in your hands” can be an incentive for each listener to use his own head. “Be alert! Do not listen to the rubbish from idiots who have only come to power because they spout the words that the frustrated masses want to hear!” – So can the message from IGNORE THE SIGN be summarized, just without pointing the finger.
After all, the panacea for all trouble makers is not so complicated. Populists, conspiracy theorists and other sociopaths can have the wind taken out of their sails with sufficient education and a little vision and so quickly lay aside their pale theses.
The ethnic forest atmosphere of the video shot in the “Amazonia” pavilion in Hannover represents a call for a return to nature and family, and being at one with the world in which we live – together, not against each other!
The debut album “A Line To Cross” was released in February 2018 as CD, LP, download and stream HERE
Ossy Pfeiffer – vocals, git, keys
Anca Graterol – vocals, git
Steve Mann – git
Lars Lehmann – bass
Kristof Hinz – drums
Momme Boe – percussion
09.02. DE-Hannover – Musikzentrum


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Mayhem Music Magazine