Hey! We’re glad to share a recent Class M Planets interview with Aldora Britain Records talking about Ravenswood and a wide range of interesting stuff. Check it out here .
Upcoming (PDX, OR):
We have a couple of shows in the works; please visit here often for updated details. The sun is coming out, which is good for us here in Oregon. I need to embrace it this year. It’s tough to be goth in the summer. Last year we did this gig on the outdoor stage at the World Famous Kenton Club. This is a song off of Deerpath and it’s swooney enough that we keep returning to it.
Here is the epic, animated video for Skyward, a track from Class M Planet’s recent, Ravenswood LP. Lots of wildness and mayhem 🙂
We posted some new songs we have done during 2020-21. Just for fun and therapy ! Yes, keeping up with the Class M Planets dream has kept us busy during the past year. Here are two examples, they will be available later in a more official format with a bunch of others ! Hallelujah 🙂
Song 1: Constellations
Song 2: Diabolical
Here is the video for “Flat Earth” on the new Ravenswood album. Check it out but don’t be using heavy machinery while doing so!
Today, Psychedelic Baby Magazine is premiering the new video for “Yer Wings” which is the third track on the new record, Ravenswood.
“The idea behind the video was to shine a little spotlight on the individual personalities in the band and just have fun experimenting with arty images to contrast with the more candid stuff. With 75% of the band members being filmmakers, it was a great time for pooling all our cameras, lenses, lights, and ideas for sexy slo-mo shots of us drinking beer.” – David (bassist/filmmaker)
“The song was begun during the aftermath of a near-miss I had with a category 5 hurricane in Mexico. The storm died by the time it reached land but the combination of catastrophic fear and the joy of survival leaked their way into a new chord progression that became ‘Yer Wings’. The song is both intense and sweet, the way I see it. It’s clearly wrestling with something but it arrives at simple results. The song was meant to explore a large range of the emotional color palate and it then allowed us to continue doing so into the future. As time progresses, our original intentions evolve into something new. I think the Yer Wings video shows the friendship between the Class M Planets band members and emphasizes the human story behind this song.” -Adam (singer/wordsmith)