The War on Peace Dives Into Our Subconscious with Video for “Fear of Loss”

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Chicago-based trio The War on Peace recently released their new single “Fear of Loss.” The track is off the band’s upcoming EP Automated People, which plays out as a journey between what the band calls “the intense highs and lows of self discovery and the retrospective acceptance of past decisions.” The track dives into our subconscious, describing the moment when a person struggles through the fear and uncertainty of life while reminiscing on happier times. With a stunning visual in tow, today we are excited to premiere the music video for “Fear of Loss.”

“Fear of Loss delves into the beginning stages of one cycle, specifically one that happens during the exuberance of youth when all good things electrify you and motivate you toward the thrill of danger,” the band tells us about the track. The band partnered with LaCie Harddrives, along with a crew of 25+ people, to bring the production to life. Taking over three days to film and edit, the band shares with us the concept behind the video. "We wanted to create something with a Science Fiction vibe that complemented the emotion of the song. The protagonist's journey is an exploration of our lyrics, but intentionally leaves room for the viewer's own interpretation." Check out the mesmerizing video for "Fear of Loss" in the player above.

Fusing pop, electronic, and dance elements, The War on Peace creates vibrant visuals with their music, striving to be different than other artists. “Fear of Loss” is the first single off The War on Peace’s upcoming EP, Automated People, which delivers these elements in six powerful songs. For more information on Automated People, head on over to

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