Hard rock outfit Like A Storm premiered a reworked version of its single, ‘Sinners & Saints’ this week.
The band debuted the slightly re-worked take of the song Friday. The group released the original take of the song in September, only a month after announcing it had signed a new record deal with independent label, Edgeout Records.
Bassist Kent Brooks explained, the remixed take of the single was minutely changed, pointing out the primary change came in the song’s opening bars.
“The ‘Sinners & Saints’ heavy alt remix was done in Las Vegas, featuring a brand new intro,” Brooks said. ”It intertwines a lot of cool electronic elements while keeping the same heavy sound.”
According to Brooks, the song’s lyrical theme is a somewhat existential rumination.
“We’re really stoked to be releasing this Heavy Alternate Remix of ‘Sinners & Saints, which is about the inner struggle of the human condition.” Brooks said. ”There’s a war inside all of us between our best intentions of trying to be ‘perfect,’ and the imperfect reality of what it means to be human.”
Like A Storm recently served as support for Skillet for a six-week run across Europe and the United Kingdom. A North American tour is being planned in support of LAS’ next album (its fifth) which is set for release in 2024. An exact release date is under consideration.
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