Psycle Debuts ‘Last Chance For Saints’ Lyric Video

Courtesy: O’Donnell Media Group

Independent rock band Psycle debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘Last Chance for the Saints‘ Friday.  The video features images of money, graveyards, an emergency room setting and various pills.

The imagery is meant to illustrate the message addressing the nation’s opioid epidemic, according to front man Seth Salois during a recent interview.

“With our 3rd single “Last Chance for the Saints”, we wanted to have a song that showcased our influences and encompassed the sound of the band as a whole,” he said.  “This song deals with the damage that has been caused by the opioid epidemic in our country and how others continue to make money off of this damage. Addiction is something that has touched so many of us in so many ways. This song hopefully takes a stance against the destruction of so many of those we love.”

The song’s musical arrangement is a steady, mid-tempo modern rock arrangement.  It boasts a hint of a southern rock vibe through its guitar line while the time keeping, bass and vocals maintain the song’s mainstream rock sensibility.  The combination of those efforts serves to give the song its own unique identity.

As Salois noted, ‘Last Chance for the Saints’ is the third single from Kill The Machine.  The band debuted the video for the album’s lead single and title track March 24.  The album’s second single ‘Changing Tide‘ saw its video debut May 5.

Kill The Machine is scheduled for release June 12.  Pre-orders and saves are available now here.

More information on Psycle’s new single, video and is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:






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