House Of Lords release video for new track “Harlequin”

House Of Lords release video for new track “Harlequin”

House Of Lords have released the first video for the song “Harlequin” from their forthcoming eleventh studio album Saint Of The Lost Souls, which will be released via Frontiers Music Srl on March 24, 2017. The group previously released the song “Oceans Divide” for streaming.

Wikipedia states the following in part about House Of Lords‘ beginnings (with slight edits): “House of Lords was formed in 1987 by former Angel member and keyboardist Gregg Giuffria after his solo project Giuffria. After listening to demos – originally intended for Giuffria‘s third record – a record deal with Gene Simmons‘ company Simmons Records was agreed upon, on two conditions that the band’s name be changed (to House of Lords) and a new lead singer recruited (firing David Glen Eisley in the process). James Christian thus replaced Eisley, after Christian was suggested by ex-Giuffria and Quiet Riot bassist Chuck Wright, after having worked together in L.A. RocksHouse of Lords‘ eponymous debut was released in 1988, featuring a heavier sound than Giuffria with a lower keyboard mix. The album received critical acclaim and the band toured with Cheap Trick, Ozzy Osbourne and the Scorpions in 1989.”

Track List for Saint Of The Lost Souls:
01. Harlequin
02. Oceans Divide
03. Hit The Wall
04. Saint Of The Lost Souls
05. The Sun Will Never Set Again
06. New Day Breakin’
07. Reign Of Fire
08. Concussion
09. Art Of Letting Go
10. Grains Of Sand
11. The Other Option

House Of Lords‘ “Harlequin” video:

House Of Lords – “Harlequin” (Official Music Video)