Ana Sapphira’s new album, Edge Walker, is scheduled for release this June, but until then, “Heavy Hands” should keep your head banging until then. The new music video, filmed by Justin Mills and edited with help from Jordan Meher, ushers in the new album, recorded at Warrior Studio in Chapel Hill, N.C. Speaking of the new album, vocalist Jonathan Lamper had this to say:

Edge Walker is about no longer settling for what I’ve always known. It’s about taking the risk on a purpose in life that’s much bigger than me and what’s always been comfortable.

Should be some heavy songs on the release. We’ll have more information as June approaches. Until then, keep your heads ringing.

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