Images of Eden is rock band consisting of Gordon Tittsworth, Carlos Urquidi Perez, L. Dean Harris, Eric Mulvaine, and Steve Dorssom. But this band doesn't want to just make music. They want to bring their own unique vision, message and delivery, that speaks directly to the struggles and tribulations of their listeners.
With a life full of mistreatment and neglect, Images of Eden are here to rebuild their past selves through their music. And that's what shown in their latest music video for "Shield Me."
As we watch the video for "Shield Me," directed by Steve D. Dorssom, we see a young teenage girl surrounded by a world of chaos. She gets kidnapped by darkness, and we see how she goes through life, dodging the abuse inflicted upon her by her mother. By the end of the video the young girl lets her demons take her, but thankfully, her guardian angel refuses to let her give up.
Images of Eden created this video to show people that that they're not alone, no matter what they're going through. While listening to their music, they want you to feel like you have a shield to protect you, acting as a God-like presence in the rock world.
Check out their powerful music video for "Shield Me" below:
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