Listen To New KOBRA AND THE LOTUS Song 'Let Me Love You'
March 29, 2018
The song "Let Me Love You" from KOBRA AND THE LOTUS can be streamed below. The track is taken from the second part of the band's opus magnum, which will be released one year after the successful arrival of rock juggernaut "Prevail I".
Due on April 27 through Napalm Records, "Prevail II" is the proverbial yang to the yin and continues right where KOBRA AND THE LOTUS left off in 2017.
Says vocalist Kobra Paige: "Humanity. One of the greatest struggles of our human existence is to retain it.
"This sequel album takes a deeper dive into the darkness of our psyche and explores the personal torment and struggle we inflict upon ourselves, one another, and the earth.
"It has become commonplace for people to give up on themselves and lose their belief in their abilities and self-worth. This in turn affects our daily actions/behavior. We are a cripplingly, self-harming species but we are also profoundly capable beings of altruism, evolution, and positivity.
"This album will close the 'Prevail' double sequel on the lightest of all notes by acknowledging that every single person has a desire to be and deserves to be truly seen, loved, and heard. When the ignorance is cleared, we can recognize that we are all in this together."
"Prevail II" track listing:
01. Losing My Humanity 02. Let Me Love You 03. Ribe 04. My Immortal 05. Human Empire 06. Heartache 07. Velvet Roses 08. Modern Day Hero 09. You're Insane 10. White Water 11. The Chain 12. Let Me Love You (acoustic bonus track)
In support of "Prevail II", KOBRA AND THE LOTUS will tour the States with TEXAS HIPPIE COALITION starting in late April.
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