Lindsey Stirling: “Lords” Music Review

Lindsey Stirling returns to her roots with “Lords,” a cover from one of the themes from the Lords mobile game the developer I Got Games.

When I say returns to her roots, I mean her early YouTube days of covering songs from movies, television, and video games songs. As much as I love her original works, it is cool to see her revisit the early works. Now, I have not played the game, but I cannot imagine that fans would be disappointed in her cover of it. She definitely takes a full dive into the material and fantasy elements complete with cosplay and animation.

Complete with her Yamaha violin, Lindsey Stirling showcases her talent in her usually impressive manner. She brings on her dancing skill with all of the choreography that is epic. She and her fellow dancers bring their A-game to the song and it definitely stands out.

As for the music video, Stirling co-directs and co-edits it with the help of frequent collaborator Stephen Wayne Mallett. It is also interlaced with some animation sequences that I am sure are based on the video game. It made it cool and slick. I was very impressed and goes to Lindsey Stirling’s talent.

Check out the music video below:

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. Tell me if there is a comic book, movie, or novel you would like me to review. While you are at it, check out my reviews of Jonathan Young and Caleb Hyles’ cover of “Strangers Like Me,” Jason Crabb’s “Before,” and Dan Vasc: “All Hail Friday Night Tights.” Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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