Thousand Foot Krutch’s new album, Exhale, will come out June 17, but the band recently released their first new music video in three years, a clip for the song “Running with Giants.” Vocalist Trevor McNevan spoke about the song via press release:

“I had gotten the idea a few years back of having an album called Inhale showcasing the lighter, quieter side of the band that’s always been a part of our albums, allowing us the freedom to dig deeper into that than we have before… and then to have an album called Exhale that drops the gloves and dives even deeper into the aggressive side of the band. We didn’t get soft on the last one, I promise! It was always meant to be a two-part story.”

The single is the band’s fastest charting song on active rock radio in their history.

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