BAND WILL BE BRINGING THE TRAUMA TOUR
TO THE UK IN MARCH 2020
NEW ALBUM TRAUMA OUT NOW
Detroit’s I Prevail have dropped the video an epic video for stand out track, “Gasoline” featuring famous youtuber, Daz Black. The track is taken from their latest album Trauma, out now via Fearless Records. Watch the video here or by clicking the image below.
WARNING- SENSITIVE CONTENT
After successful spring and summer headline tours, I Prevail will hit the road again this Autumn in the USA supporting A Day To Remember alongside Beartooth before returning to the UK early next year. I Prevail most recent videos have accumulated over 18 millions views on youtube alone. Allowing the band to celebrate collective streaming numbers of
over 1 billion.
I Prevail will be bringing the The Trauma Tour to the UK in March 2020.
17th March – Pyramids Portsmouth UK 18th March – Academy Manchester UK 19th March – SWG3 Glasgow UK 21st March – Academy Dublin IE 23rd March – Rock City Nottingham UK 24th March – O2 Institute Birmingham UK 26th March – Beckett University Leeds UK 27th March – O2 Kentish Town Forum London UK 28th March – O2 Academy Bristol UK
Tickets on sale now
ABOUT I PREVAIL:
Gold-certified Michigan quartet I Prevail refashion, reup, and recharge rock music on their anxiously awaited 2019 sophomore offering, Trauma [Fearless Records]. If anybody can elevate the genre to mainstream ubiquity once more, it’s this band. Since their 2014 arrival, they set a precedent to cataylze rock’s evolution. The band put up astounding numbers rarely synonymous with the genre or their peers, for that matter. Over 1 billion streams and 117 million YouTube views, they moved over 500,000 albums worldwide, notched three #1 singles on SiriusXM Octane, and played 500-plus shows in just three years. Not to mention, they achieved a gold single in the form of their take on Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” from the Heart Vs. Mind EP. On the mega-anticipated 2019 offering Trauma, they uplift rock to a plateau where soundscapes can unpredictably toss and turn between heavy metal, alternative, hip-hop, and electronic moods without warning, boundaries, or rules. Meanwhile, the lyrics team with confessional emotionality as if ripped from the pages of a secret diary. Vulnerable, vital, and visceral, the 15-track opus illuminates the future, and it’s as bright and bold as the singles “Breaking Down” and “Bow Down.” Rock may never be the same after this Trauma.