Fire Follows Debuts New Single, ‘Home,’ Companion Video

Courtesy: TLG Entertainment

Independent hard rock band Fire Follows debuted its latest single and video over the weekend.

The band premiered its new single, ‘Home’ and its companion lyric video Friday. The song’s musical arrangement is a heavy, melodic hard rock composition. At points, it lends itself to comparison to works from Sevendust. At others, the rapping gives the song a more nu-metal style sound and approach. The combination of those two elements makes the composition an interesting presentation in whole.

The lyrical content featured alongside the song’s musical arrangement comes across as addressing the familiar topic of a person’s inner struggles. At the same time, it also seems to hint at another’s mental abuse being the cause of the subject’s struggles. This is a familiar theme across the musical universe.

The lyric video for the band’s new single presents the band performing its new single in a warehouse setting. Additionally, there is footage of a burning building, what looks like a barn, and a river. Meanwhile the song’s lyrics are presented in a unique font, allowing audiences to follow along as they take in the video and song.

‘Home’ is just the latest single from Fire Follows. The band most recently debuted its single, ‘Cant Get You Out Of My Head‘ in April along with its lyric video. Their premiere was preceded by that of the band’s debut single, ‘Glass Grenade‘ and its video.

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

Websitehttps://www.firefollows.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/firefollowsmusic

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/firefollowband

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