Independent hard rock band Gears debuted the video for its latest single over the weekend.
The band debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘Stronger Than Pain‘ Sunday. The video features live footage of the band over which the lyrics for the song are superimposed. The band originally debuted the video for ‘Stronger Than Pain’ online through The Noise on May 1.
The song’s lyrical content delivers a theme of perseverance through life’s obstacles, according to a statement from Gears drummer Jimmy Wooten.
“We’ve actually been sitting on this song for a while now,” he said. “With everything happening in the world today, it just seemed that now would be a good time to unleash it. It’s meant to be a battle cry that empowers us and says, ‘We will overcome anything that comes our way. We are stronger than everything we face.’ I think it’s more fitting now than we would like to admit. We all hope everyone is staying safe, healthy and strong.”
‘Stronger Than Pain’ is scheduled for release May 8 on all digital platforms. Audiences can pre-order/pre-save the song here.
Gears was founded in February 2014 by Trip 6, Eli Parker, Tommy Herres and Jimmy Wooten. After its founding, the band released its debut EP Set In Motion in May 2014. Some time later, the band parted ways with Parker, who had played guitar with the band, and replaced him with Bobby Thomas.
June 2015 saw work start on the band’s sophomore EP Pride Comes Before The Fall. the band teamed up with guitarist Corey Lowery (Stuck Mojo, Saint Asonia, Stereomud, Dark New Day) and Troy McLawhorn (Evanesence, Seether, Dark New Day) for the EP along with Thomas and fellow new member Chris Dorame.
Following a run on the Riser Tour with I-Exist, the band debuted the lyric video for the EP’s lead single ‘Face Down.’ Its debut was followed by the EP’s release on Nov. 10, 2015.
Gears wasted little time releasing new music from there, debuting the video for another new single, ‘King,’ on Feb. 23, 2018.
Gears’ current lineup is composed of Trip Six (vocals), Jimmy Wooten (drums), Josh Routt (bass) and Jack Andred (guitar) according to information on its official Facebook page. The band is in the studio now with Lowery, working on more new music.
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