Independent hard rock act Tulip has a new cover of The Weekend/Kendrick Lamar’s song ‘Pray For Me.’
The band debuted the video for its cover of the song Aug. 11. The video features the band’s members performing their respective portion in four separate windows. The song’s arrangement displays the up-and-coming Texas-based band’s symphonic metal chops along the way.
The band talked about the decision to cover ‘Pray For Me’ in a collective statement.
“‘Pray For Me’ is just a great song, and when we first heard it, we thought it would lend itself well to a bouncy metal remix,” the band said in the statement. “The lyrics conveniently fit our life story as well.”
The debut of the band’s video for ‘Pray For Me‘ comes almost two months after the band premiered the video for the latest single from its forthcoming self-titled EP, ‘Limited‘ and almost four months after the band debuted the video for the EP’s lead single ‘Total.’
The band’s EP is scheduled for release next month. Its precise release date will be announced soon. The EP’s track listing is noted below.
Tulip will promote its EP by joining Everygrey for its upcoming North American tour Aug. 23 in Los Angeles, CA. Tulip’s schedule runs through Sept. 8 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and features performances in cities, such as Denver, CO; Austin, TX and Seattle, WA.
Evergrey’s upcoming North American dates are in support of its latest album The Atlantic, which was released in January through Afm Records.
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