Mouth of the South is about to launch pandemonium on the world with their full-length Struggle Well on Aug. 5, but today the band has released the second single from the record, “Blind Guides,” which you can watch here on HM.

Vocalist Josiah Lyle said via the press release:

Blind Guides to me is a response to all the anti-religion/ anti-Christianity music I hear in today’s culture. I believe and have experienced the truth of who God is. I am confident in that, and this song – these lyrics – is the best way for me to share that belief.

Also, the band is giving away a pair of tickets the five winners throughout the week. To enter? Just preorder the album. Then, send a snap of your receipt to motsgiveaway@gmail.com to win!

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