Following up on their last single “Alive”, hardrock band New Saviors is back with their new single “Flame”out today. The single was recorded at the bands’ home studio and brought over to Danny DiBella (who also helped with the band’s last single and EP) at DiBella Studios for mixing and mastering. The single was inspired by the stress of the global pandemic, focusing on turning fear into hopefulness in order to survive.
“Flame is about the self-realization that your scars are there to remind you how strong you really are. Life’s not always easy but sometimes when it gets hard you have to hit it head-on, and use it as fuel to keep going.”
When going into the studio to write the song the band knew that they wanted to go in and write something upbeat and fun while still having a relatable message. The band hopes that the takeaway from this release is that it gives people the courage to move past that hopelessness and fear of COVID-19 and gives people hope that all this fighting through was worth it.
New Saviors doesn’t plan on slowing down any time soon, with a lot more music on the way before the end of the year!
“Flame” is available on Spotifyand most other online streaming platforms. You can check out the video for the track below!
New Saviors is a hard rock band based out of southern Vermont/ upstate New York that formed in 2019. Their last single, “Alive” has accumulated over 15,000 streams on Spotify and was featured in an Alternative Press article. They released their self-titled EP late last summer which premiered on New Noise Magazine. That effort has accumulated over 30,000 streams on Spotify.
The band takes inspiration from bands such as Anberlin and Sleeping With Sirens for their sound. Their goal is to make catchy music with poignant lyrics.