Pop Evil Premieres ‘Breathe Again’ Video

Courtesy: entertainment One

Pop Evil debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its single ‘Breathe Again‘ Wednesday. The video’s debut comes more than two months after the band debuted the song by itself. The video blends footage of the band performing its new single against a variety of backdrops with the story of an unidentified woman (with what looks like a Rubix Cube on her head) making her way through a building. The woman does finally escape her “prison” and gets away in the end, which is meant to help translate the message in the song’s lyrical theme.

The lyrical theme featured in the band’s new single works well with its companion musical content. That is because it presents a familiar, positive message about overcoming life’s obstacles and adversities. The energy exuded through the song’s musical arrangement adds to the power in that noted lyrical theme.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Breathe Again’ takes the band’s familiar melodic hard rock and adds in some electronics and aggro-rock elements for a unique new composition that holds its own against the band’s most recent singles and that will appeal widely to the band’s audiences.

‘Breathe Again’ is expected for inclusion in the band’s next album, Versatile. Along with ‘Breathe Again,’ Versatile is also expected to feature the band’s singles ‘Let the Chaos Reign‘ and ‘Work,’ which it premiered in 2020.

More information on Pop Evil’s new music is available online along with all of the band’s latest news at:




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