PREMIERE: Pete Lynch Releases Music Video For “Till The Rivers Run Dry”


A mix of Peter Gabriel and The Killers, Pete Lynch is an indie-alternative musician who is releasing his upcoming album Kill the Monster on May 19, 2017. His single “Till The Rivers Run Dry” was shot on a 6,000 mile trip from DC to Denver (detouring in AL, MS and a few others.) All the footage was shot by Pete himself with a GoPro, GH2, and an HTC phone. Mixed by Tim Palmer (Ozzy, Pearl Jam, Blue October), the song is upbeat and shows anthemic qualities not far from Imagine Dragons. Lynch released a statement about the song below.

Since I wrote ‘Till the Rivers Run Dry’ during a 5000-mile road trip across America, it was logical to use some of the 200 hours of film I made on the journey for the music video,” says Lynch. “My intention was to “visually translate” the atmosphere of the song into a road movie, that would fit the melody, and communicate what the text means to me.  The stars of the video are the empty road and the countryside, the vastness of the landscape, the fantastic colors and the invigorating beauty. I hope the video will inspire people like my road trip inspired me.



You can listen to the song on Spotify here and iTunes here. You can preorder the album here.


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