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Sumerlin will be releasing a deluxe edition of their hit debut album, Runaways, on Feb. 17, but is partnering with HM to stream one of the additional tracks, “Out of My Head,” today. The band wrote in to HM to explain the idea behind the track:

“Out Of My Head” is about facing those giants in your life that have continually brought you down and have taken ownership. It’s your time to stand up and take back ownership of your life. Rise above the past, your fears and doubts. You’re not a failure so get it out of your head.

Preorders also get immediate free track downloads. Enjoy “Out of My Head,” courtesy of Dream Records.

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