Check out I Prevail’s new video for ‘Paranoid’

Taken off their new album Trauma which is set for release on 29 March. 

Detroit’s ​I Prevail ​have shared the video for the song Paranoid​ from their second full-length ​Trauma, which will be released through ​Fearless Records ​on ​29 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.

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