Superunknown

Today, HM is proud to premiere the newest music video for “Leap of Faith” from Superunknown. The Hyderabad, India-based band has previous released a two-track EP, Bite the Bullet, before this single.

We spoke with vocalist Reuben Isaac about the track.

“The song ‘Leap of Faith’ is a reflection on a conversation piece with an atheist from a first-person perspective. This reflection is on an atheist trying to convince the person about the fact that God does not exist. … This person does finally come to find the positives that come out of having faith in the creator.”

Musically, Superunknown has worked towards a sound that is heavily influenced by grunge music as a medium for getting their message across.

You can find Superunknown on Bandcamp, Instagram, and Facebook.

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