We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Black Satellite’s new song “My Resolve” (listen below). The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming album Endless, which is scheduled to be released on July 7th. You can pre-order the album here.
“My Resolve” will be available for purchase and streaming across all platforms next Friday, June 16th.
The band commented on the song:
“‘My Resolve’ is a follow-up single from our upcoming album ‘Endless.’ We felt that releasing this song as a single was important to us because it almost acts as a type of centrifuge on the record. Some of the songs on the album date back to 2012, and have undergone extensive changes over the years. Throughout our evolution and maturation, ‘My Resolve’ has remained a constant, central axis. It is the one song that has pretty much stayed the same since the day we wrote it in 2014. It serves as an early precursor for our current sound and style, also reminding us that we have always stayed true in both direction and intention. The idea behind ‘My Resolve’ is caring for someone so much that you would happily jump head-first into the dark for them; that they are your only chance at salvation. We wanted the song to truly portray this loss-of- self. I think there’s something attractive about fearlessness and also being able to admit when you are afraid. That’s really the fundamental concept being expressed in the song.”
Comprised of Larissa Vale (vocals) and Kyle Hawken (guitar), Black Satellite was founded in the duo’s hometown of State College, Pennsylvania. Having written music together for almost six years, the sound they’ve developed is a culmination of a deep-rooted partnership contributing to their unified writing style. “For us, Endless is very much a journey of conflict, self-acceptance, and desire,” Vale remarked about the forthcoming album, “Finding a balance amidst the chaos.”
“My Resolve” is the third single from Endless, following “Blind” and “Valkyrie,” the project’s lead single, which led to a performance in support of Starset just weeks after the track’s release. The full Endless album, engineered by Ted Jensen (Muse, Marilyn Manson, Arcade Fire) paints an almost cinematic landscape, with each track revealing a new facet of the duo’s style and complexity. “Writing this album was a way for us to work through some complicated emotions,” Vale explains, “It was an opportunity to look back and reflect.”