Joplin, MO band The Order of Elijah has dropped a new music video for the track, “From the Dawn.” The song comes from their upcoming album, War at Heart, which comes out Jan. 8. Vocalist Shannon Low spoke via press release about the new track:

“We recorded this video in northern Michigan. I remember the mosquitoes were waging war on us all night. ‘From the Dawn’ is a song we spent a lot of time writing, focusing on a more innovative approach to this album. While we worked to maintain the roots of our previous album, we took a step out of the box toward something more internal. ‘From the Dawn’ is more or less the anthem of War at Heart.”

The band will head out on tour in support of the new release beginning Jan. 1.

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