Independent rock band Faith & Scars debuted the video for its new single this week.
The band’s debut album, Revolver is the follow-up release to the band’s 2016 EP Highway Ride. Audiences can listen to the EP in full on the band’s official website.
The video, directed by Jaiden Hord Frost, features the band performing its new single in a boxing ring, as a means to illustrate the song’s message of how we as a people are combating so much each day. The song’s musical arrangement is a familiar blues-based rock composition that will appeal to fans of said genre.
The song’s lyrical theme is meant to present an uplifting message, according to a statement from the band.
“In a time where the world seems so divided, ‘Breathe’ is a song meant to crate hope for anyone who is struggling,” the statement reads. “We want to let everyone know that they are not alone in the trials they face. We hope that we can lead by example and show that even when life brings you to your lowest point, you can still rise up and live a life worth leading.”
Faith and Scars is from Selma, North Carolina. The band has toured with the likes of Saliva, Flaw, Adema and Powerman 5000 since its inception in 2004.
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