The official lyric video for the song "Passenger" from TRAPT can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's forthcoming album, "DNA", tentatively due this fall.
TRAPT vocalist Chris Taylor Brown states about the new song: "'Passenger' is an important song to TRAPT and the self-empowerment message it spreads. Always looking to someone else to 'get you there' will never get you anywhere, as only the individual knows what is best for them."
He adds: "We have all been a 'Passenger' at some point or another, because it's easy to feel lost. Just know that everyone else feels this way too, even when they say they know where they are going.
"What separates each and every one of us is whether or not we have the strength to actually take the wheel and put our lives into our own hands, even when we are lost. Especially when we are lost! It's the only way to find out who we really are."
Regarding the musical direction of "DNA", Chris Taylor Brown told Alternative Nation last year: "It's definitely got a heavy groove in it and cool rhythms and things that people don't expect from us."
TRAPT will embark on the "Life in Your Own Hands" tour with special guests SONS OF TEXAS in July.
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