One of the best examples of music coming before the image would be the original Conan The Barbarian film. That film's score was created prior to filming beginning. As a result, the scenes were altered and filmed to fit the score in a way that hadn't been done prior. This shows that sound—most notably music—instills an image in the listener.
Listen to the provided song and draw a depiction of what you see in your mind's eye. The goal of this competition is to capture the emotions that it evokes within. At a bare minimum, your entry must have a clear focal point beyond simple abstracts. That means entries cannot be a simple application of a few colors and no shapes akin to simple country flags
You can loop YouTube videos by right clicking it and selecting 'Loop'. This can help you when listening.
Submissions must be in one of the following formats: .jpg, .png, .gif
The official Herald Graphics Grading Rubric will be used in this competition with attention being given to how the emotions of the piece compared to those found in the song.