UNDEROATH: Drop New Song

On Friday, June 30th, metalcore legends Underoath released its newest stand-alone single, “Lifeline (Drowning),” via MNRK Heavy.

The band most recently released the acoustic version of their single “Let Go,” which received acclaim from Revolver, Alternative Press and Kerrang, and launched them into a US headline tour with Periphery. Both songs will be included in their forthcoming full-length album, set for release in early 2024, and showcases the band’s new direction with unmatched creativity and innovative storytelling.

Speaking on the new single, Underoath said ““Lifeline (Drowning)” is a cry for help… I feel like we’ve all been there, be it as simple as miscommunication or a full on toxic relationship – that very feeling that you cannot tread water like this any longer or you may end up drowning. We wanted to create a song centered around the melody that could still hold the energy of a full blown heavy song.

Underoath also recently announced their summer tour dates, beginning on July 5 at Peterson’s Event Center in Pittsburgh. The trek includes co-headlining dates with The Ghost Inside, with support from We Came As Romans and Better Lovers, additional shows supporting Falling In Reverse and Ice Nine Kills, and appearances at the Inkcarceration, Ohio Is For Lovers and Tennessee Is For Lovers festivals.

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