HM would like to throw a welcome back party for Jonah 33. The band rose to prominence in the mid-2000s, a precursor to bands like Red and playing in the wake of Collective Souls. Their biggest hit was a melancholy reflection on the destitute human condition, “Faith Like That.”

They later had a hit record with The Strangest Day in 2005. Since then, not a whole lot.

Now, they’re back with a new song you should give a chance. (It, too, is a melancholy reflection, but, hey, if it’s not broke, right?) The song comes from the band’s latest EP, Dead Man Walking, which dropped in 2014. We previously streamed the EP, but the band wants to give the song away for free. Jam it all day, download it for free, take it on the go!

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