Void of Imaginative and prescient is breaking new floor, making music “by musicians for musicians”

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Void of Vision

Words from Lucas Radbourne

The metal heavyweights from Melbourne, Void of Vision, spoke about breaking new ground with THE LONELY PEOPLE ahead of their national tour in 2022.

In addition to the release of their new single THE LONELY PEOPLE, Void of Vision have announced a postponed national tour in 2022.

“‘THE LONELY PEOPLE’ is a song made by musicians for musicians,” he said.

“For the first time in my life as a musician I had the same experience as so many other artists, strangely connected and suffering at the same time.”

What you need to know

  • Void of Vision have released their new single and a postponed national tour
  • You will come to the Corner Hotel on January 13, 2022
  • THE LONELY PEOPLE is a bit of a new direction for frontman Jack Bergin

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While Void of Vision has always been a deeply personal project for Begin who enjoys unpacking his own mental health issues, he says that the band’s newest track has an uplifting undertone based on a newfound sense of community.

“With the extremely isolating timeline that really had no end in sight, with setback after setback, the insane desire to create and perform reached a new unearthly level,” he continued.

“I feel like we are witnessing the rebirth of so many callous people faced with impossible adversity. The past year has left us all with that insatiable appetite and an unspoken bond between the entire musical community.

“We are all ready to do everything we can to bring our art back into the picture, and we know deep down that we are not alone in this.”

THE LONELY PEOPLE is a tough three-minute metal explosion that is underlined by Bergin’s vocal flexibility. The band went on tour in January and is expected at the Corner Hotel on January 13th.

2022 Void of Vision headline tour

with special guests Deadlights + The Gloom In The Corner
Thursday January 6th – The Zoo, Brisbane, QLD * SELL FAST *
Friday January 7th – Cambridge Sideroom, Newcastle, NSW
Saturday January 8th – Crowbar, Sydney, NSW * SELL FAST *
Thursday January 13th – Corner Hotel, Melbourne, VIC * SELL FAST *
Friday January 14th – Lion Art Factory, Adelaide, SA
Saturday January 15th – Amplifier, Perth, WA

Tickets for upcoming Void of Vision shows can be found here.