#NewMusicTuesday, dudes and dudettes: It Lies Within is dropping their new music video for “Reap What You Sow” here on HM. The single itself came out earlier this year, and has been the most recent music from the band since. Jam it loud!

Frontman Zach Scott wrote in to HM to talk about the track.

We wanted to take a different approach on this video, more of a documentary style. It was important to us to really bring the fans in to our world.

The video was shot on the Get Your Feet Wet Tour with Conquer Divide. The new album is rumored to be out around July, but there is no specific date set. The video also introduces the band’s new guitarist Kyle Dameron, formerly from the band Deception of a Ghost.

The Michigan-based band, currently with Luxor Records, is in Oklahoma City on May 13, St. Louis on May 14 and Des Moines on May 16.

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