I PREVAIL
RELEASE NEW VIDEO FOR​ ​’PARANOID’

BAND PLAY DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL 2019 AND UK HEADLINE SHOWS

THE ROCK PHENOMENON ARE BACK WITH NEW ALBUM ‘TRAUMA’ ON 29TH MARCH 2019 VIA FEARLESS RECORDS

BANDS RECENT VIDEOS FOR ​”BOW DOWN”​ + ​”BREAKING DOWN” OVER 3 MILLION VIEWS TO DATE

Detroit’s ​I Prevail ​have shared the video for the song ‘​Paranoid’​ from their second full-length ​Trauma. You can watch​ ​Paranoid​ here​ or by clicking the image below.

The band recently announced their second full-length and one of the year’s most anticipated releases with ​Trauma​. The album will be released through ​Fearless Records ​on ​29th March 2019.

Trauma ​represents a victorious moment in the wake of a series of trials and tribulations endured by the Michigan quartet—​Brian Burkheiser ​[clean vocals], ​Eric Vanlerberghe ​[harsh vocals], ​Steve Menoian ​[lead guitar], and ​Dylan Bowman ​[rhythm guitar]. Even as they catapulted towards mainstream notoriety with 2016’s breakout ​Lifelines​, they faced unforeseen and unbelievable hardship that might’ve broken any other band.

Burkheiser ​dealt with a debilitating and shocking vocal injury that jeopardised his future as a singer. He made it through, but dealt with the aftershocks of stress and anxiety. Mired in thoughts of potentially leaving the band, he made a choice. He got together with his band brothers in 2018 and they decided to craft the record they wanted to hear without outside input. Joined by producer ​Tyler Smith ​[Falling In Reverse], they emerged from 10 months in the studio with ​Trauma.​

The album represents a realisation of their full potential. I Prevail elevate rock by making it unpredictable again, leaping from moments of metal, alternative, electronic, and hip-hop. This unpredictability powers the heavy and hard-hitting first single “​Bow Down​.”​ ​The accompanying single “​Breaking Down​,” which pairs glitchy flourishes with a hypnotic and heartfelt vocal performance and impactful refrain. Both videos have reached over ​3 million views to date.

Pre-order it​ ​here​ in physical and digital formats​.

The online pre-order unlocks instant grat downloads of two new singles — “​Bow Down​” and “​Breaking Down​.”

After generating nearly half-a-billions streams, going gold in the US, in a climate where that achievement is becoming more and

more rare, and launching a two-year whirlwind of sold out shows, ​I Prevail ​return to the UK this June for three headline shows, following their ​main stage performance​ at this years ​Download Festival​. The band will be supported by ​Palisades ​on all headline dates.

You can see I Prevail at the following dates in the UK this June:

16th June – Download Festival, Donington 17th June – SWG3, Glasgow
18th June – O2 Ritz, Manchester 20th June – Electric Ballroom, London

On sale now – Ticketmaster.co.uk / livenation.co.uk

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. Nearing​half-a-billions​ treams and 115 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 E​ P​. 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​.

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