Finnish progressive metal band Joviac released a new single and music video Misplaced. The band released their second album “Here And Now” earlier this year via Inverse Records.

Watch Misplaced music video here:

Viljami Wenttola’s comments:
“Misplaced is an intensely personal song for me. I wrote the lyrics when I was in a dark place in my life. I was dealing with the aftermath of a breakup and since music is a form of therapy for me, those emotions leaked into this song. I was dealing with a lot of guilt because I was the one who ended the relationship even though I cared for that person deeply. So I painted this picture in my head of myself as some kind of villain, but ultimately it just came down to the fact that emotionally I wasn’t in the right place at the right time in my life.”
Joviac’s gig at Tiivistämö, Helsinki on Friday September 11th is streamed free worldwide. So don’t forget to check the streaming links on Joviac’s Facebook page.Listen to the single on:
Apple Music:

The drums were recorded at the pristine Electric Fox Studios in Jyväskylä and the track was mastered by Teemu Liekkala (Red Eleven) and mixed by Janne Korpela.
Viljami Wenttola – Vocals, Guitars, Synths
Antti Varjanne – Bass
Rudy Fabritius – Drums

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