Virginia-based progressive rock outfit Shumaun have teamed up with Metal Insider to premiere the video for their latest single, “Opposing Mirrors.” The track is the title track from their upcoming album, set to arrive on June 28th. The single features a lineup of drummers Thomas Lang (Peter Gabriel, Paul Gilbert), Marco Minnemann (The Aristocrats), and Leo Margarit (Pain of Salvation).

Lead vocalist and guitarist Farhad Hossain channels his admiration for rock legends like Rush and Tears for Fears in this modern yet nostalgic track.

The group comments:

“This song is undoubtedly a standout single. The aim was to create a track that is concise and direct, yet still embodies all of our signature characteristics. Thomas Lang really delivered on this one. Lyrically, the song delves into the theme of a deteriorating relationship, highlighting the inability to perceive the situation from each other’s perspectives, ultimately leading to breakdowns in communication, and the inevitable dissolution of the relationship.”

Watch the video below:

Track List:

01) The Perils of Amnesia
02) Balance 
03) Opposing Mirrors 
04) Anxiety and Daydreams 
05) That Which Turns 
06) Beyond Reflection 
07) Some Memories 
08) Porcelain Trees