Buffalo, NY – Once Upon A Flatline has drawn back the black curtains on their third single “Hang Hymn High” from their highly anticipated EP The Theatre Lucy. A Gothic metal/ theatrical post-hardcore six-piece band of musicians who bring Sweeney Todd and My Chemical Romance to life in each of their monumental productions. Their music carries a sweep of dramatic stage presence and it holds their audience captive. “Hang Hymn High” is truly an inspirational storytelling music drama and it brings a needed message.
‘”Inspired by the sultry jazz-infused musical Chicago, “Hang Hymn High” is the story of murder, right and wrong. Once Upon a Flatline continues their concept-driven metal album with this track, fueled by a powerful message against Domestic Violence and justice for victims against their abusers. Thanks for listening.”‘ – Once Upon A Flatline
Once Upon a Flatline is a 6 piece post-hardcore band with passionate theatrical and artistic elements. Dedicated to keeping up with their motif of storytelling, the band is inspired to have each musical release be concept-driven and tell a story. Currently, OUAFL is in the process of releasing singles as apart of the EP – The Theatre Lucy an anthology based ghost story, where each song is inspired by a different, famous Broadway musical. They are currently in the studio finishing the last of 7 songs for TheTheatre Lucy with two tracks done going into 2020 and the release of a music video on the horizon. Here’s to the New Year and the future of Once Upon a Flatline, there is so much more to come.
This is the third single off of the late-summer due EP The Theatre Lucy by concept-driven theatrical rock band, Once Upon a Flatline. Each song is inspired by a different Broadway musical number, told by the ghosts who haunt the theatre. Engineered by Nate White.
Thank you’s – To Nate White for believing in us and offering to record our music. Thanks to our photographer, Natalie Smith who helps our bloody creativity become reality. Thank you to My Chemical Romance – the track “Hang Hymn High’s” title is an homage to the band who helped inspire a lot of this record- art is the weapon.