Messer Premieres New Single, ‘Hope In This World’

Courtesy: O’Donnell Media Group

Independent rock band Messer released its latest single this month.

The band premiered its new single, ‘Hope In This World’ Feb. 11. The song is the band’s first new music since the release of its EP, Simple Man in 2020.

The musical arrangement featured in the band’s new single is an infectious composition. Its rich overall instrumentation and vocals makes the song an easy fit for any active rock radio programmer’s playlist.

The song’s lyrical theme is meant to deliver a positive, uplifting message, the band said.

“Our new single was born out of the pandemic. We couldn’t just sit here and do nothing. We have a platform and we are compelled to use it for good” says the band. “One of the most powerful things you can give someone is hope. We live in a world more divided than ever, making it hard to see a way for us to find a place of peace and harmony. ‘Hope In This World’ is a song about bridging the gap between us that seems to be growing every day. The core message of this song is helping people find hope despite the negativity. It’s easy to get trapped in boxes of belief and confusion. This song is about the lifeline we cling to for change, the light at the end of the tunnel.”

In other news, Messer recently announced a handful of new live dates. They are noted below.

Messer Show Dates:

Wednesday Feb 23rd @ Galaxy Theater for music video premier / acoustic performance

Saturday May 7th in Ft. Smith, Arkansas @ 7 Steel Horse Ralley

Saturday Jul 30th in Jackpot, Nevada @ Edgefest

More information on Messer’s new single and live dates is available online along with all of Messer’s latest news at:




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