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Nikki Stringfield Releases Music Video for "Where The Demons Lie" Off New Album “Apocrypha” Out Now!

After gaining notoriety internationally by touring with renowned tribute bands The Iron Maidens and Heaven Below, female rocker from Dallas, Texas Nikki Stringfield released the music video and first single from her new fusion album “Apocrypha” out now! The single, “Where The Demons Lie” covers topics of addiction, toxic relationships, self-reflection, and discovery. The incredibly creative and hard-hitting music video was shot in only nine hours, and through powerful performances from band members, Stringfield explores the darkness of the subject matter at hand. “Where The Demons Lie” music video premiered in front of Nikki’s fans last night at her album release party at Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach, CA.

The music video can be found here.

Directed by Vicente Cordero of Industrialism Films, Nikki and her bandmates were able to bring the song to its full power and showcase their chemistry by performing live on camera. Featuring Nikki herself, Patrick Kennison (Lita Ford, Heaven Below, Union Underground), Shad Wilhelm (Heaven Below), and Jesse Davidson (Ryder Waite), the music video features haunting imagery and exploration of the darkest parts of self-reflection. Nikki shared, this song is about “facing down your demons, which could be anything from addiction, toxic people/relationships, or self-inflicted traumas. For me, this song is about overcoming the past and any demons attached to it.”

“We shot this video in just nine hours on one of the hottest days of the year in Long Beach, and we had a blast! Working with Industrialism Films was so fun and easy and I love their creative vision.. filming with the "demon" in the mirrors and seeing how it turned out on camera is incredible.” – Nikki Stringfield

This new release gives listeners a taste of her album, “Apocrypha” out today, which is a totally independent album that has received no help from labels and has been described as “hard rock with touches of metal” featuring varied harmonies, catchy hooks and riffs, ingenious songwriting, and powerhouse vocals that fans of Nikki all know and love.

Nikki shares, “Where The Demons Lie” actually started out as our least favorite, but after we finished the vocals it became the choice for the first single.

I love horror movies, so a lot of that comes across in my lyrics with a touch of creepiness in the music.

Patrick and I are both huge “Alice in Chains” fans, so that had a lot of influence on the haunting backing vocals/harmonies.”

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