The Jericho Harlot

Today, HM is proud to premiere the new lyric video for “Snakes” from Cincinnati-based rock band The Jericho Harlot. With musical influences ranging from Foo Fighters to Blue Brothers to Green Day to Alkaline Trio to Jimmy Eat World, the band is embracing the power rock lifestyle, releasing their brand of music since 2012.

The band cultivates a faith-based approach to their music, embracing “unconventional faith and unconventional love” for people, with the goal of creating a powerful and meaningful approach to punk and rock music.

We spoke with the band about the song:

“This record is an honest reflection. It’s about very tough subjects, and very real struggles. It is a back and forth that mirrors life in a big way, and the “Snakes” video is a statement project. The world is in a state like we’ve never known. Truth needs to prevail. It needs to be out there for people to hear.”

If you dig the band, you can check them out on Facebook and Bandcamp.

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