Boom Forest, “Shadow Of Doubt”

Boom Forest, the project led by John Paul Roney, tells us “what living’s about” in this acoustic performance of “Shadow Of Doubt.” The video, shot and edited by Neal Dahlgren, finds Roney teaming up with members of fellow Wisconsin bands Phox and Foreign Fields. Roney says the song represents “a small stand against the gloom of isolation, technology and age obsession that permeates the modern life.” It serves as a hopeful ending to Boom Forest’s self-titled album, and this live version brings added life to a song that radiates hope.

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