Gears Debuts New Single, ‘See Me,’ Lyric Video

Courtesy: The Label Group

Independent hard rock band Gears premiered its latest single and video this month.

The band premiered its new single, ‘See Me‘ and its lyric video June 10. The band premiered the song’s lyric video through Ghost Cult Magazine. The premiere of the new single and video comes less than two months after the band premiered its then latest single, ‘Game‘ and its lyric video.

The musical arrangement featured in Gears’ new song will appeal to the band’s established audience base. That is evidenced through the infectious melodic hard rock approach and sound presented throughout the song. As with the band’s existing works, it easily lends itself to comparison to works from Sevendust.

The lyrical theme featured alongside the song’s musical arrangement is meant to serve as a reminder to audiences to never judge a book (or person) by its cover.

“‘See Me’ is about being wise enough to know that one’s expectations influence their perceptions,” he said. “What we believe to be true about someone or a situation may be our perspective and not the actual reality.”‘

‘See Me’ is expected for inclusion in Gears’ forthcoming EP, which is scheduled for release this year. The EP’s release date, title and more is all under consideration. It is known that along with ‘See Me,’ the EP will also feature ‘Game,’ ‘So What?‘ and other songs from the band.

More information on Gears’ forthcoming EP, its new single and video, and all of its latest news is available online at:

Websitehttps://www.gearsofficial.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/gearsofficial

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/OfficialGears1

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