Today, HM is proud to premiere the new music video from metalcore outfit Talk to the Stranger. “Homerun” is a new single from the Apple Valley, CA group, recorded with Andrew Glover at The Sound Temple.

We spoke with drummer Greg Hawkins about the track:

“Homerun is the song that embodies all of the struggles we, as a band, have gone through in the past year. It was a way for us to channel all of our resentment towards the things we have personally gone through, while also relaying our hopes for the future. The firepower we had from these experiences was used to make it the hard-hitting song that it is.  We believe this song represents a new beginning for the band, and it really shows us hitting our stride.”

If you dig the sound, you can grab it on iTunes. The band can be reached at Facebook or Instagram, or hit up their merch to support their tour.

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