Alice Cooper Debuts ‘Don’t Give Up’ Video

Courtesy: earMUSIC

Alice Cooper is doing his part to help audiences get through the COVID-19 outbreak.

Cooper debuted the video for his new inspirational song ‘Don’t Give Up‘ Friday.  The video, which is essentially a lyric video, features pictures of audiences from around the world holding signs that make up the song’s lyrics.  Those pictures are incorporated into a digital globe, at the center of which is Cooper, performing his new single.

The song’s musical arrangement is a mid-tempo work.  The guitar line presents a sound that illustrates the emotional strain and stress that people are feeling right now.  Cooper meanwhile uses a matter of fact spoken word approach in the verses to deliver his message.  The singing used in the song’s chorus is meant to emphasize that despite all the emotional difficulties we all feel, there is hope.

Cooper elaborated on the song’s lyrical theme in a recent interview.

“It’s a song about what we’ve all been going through right now and about keeping our heads up and fighting back together,” he said. ” And whatever you do — Don’t Give Up!”

‘Don’t Give Up’ was produced by Bob Ezrin.  A limited edition 7″ picture disc of the song will be available Aug. 14 through earMUSIC.  Pre-orders are open now.

More information on Alice Cooper’s new song is available along with all of Cooper’s latest news at:

 

Website: http://alicecooper.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook..com/AliceCooper

Twitter: http://twitter.com/AliceCooper

 

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