Prevail have just dropped the VR version of their thought-provoking video for “DOA,” which features rap dynamo Joyner Lucas.
I Prevail continue to defy the odds. The band has generated well over 200 million total streams on last year’s sophomore blockbuster Trauma. The group also received nominations for two GRAMMY Awards in 2020 — in the categories of “Best Rock Album” for Trauma and for “Best Metal Performance” for the single “Bow Down.”
I Prevail and their accomplishments were lauded by mainstream press, including Variety, NPR, and Psychology Today.
The band’s most recent single “Hurricane” landed at No. 1 on the Billboard Rock Chart. It marked the first chart-topping single of the band’s career. The acoustic version, dubbed “Hurricane (Reimagined),” is available here. I Prevail also shared “Feel Something,” a track with EDM artist Illenium. Listen and “feel something” here.
I Prevail have also managed to forge a direct and immediate connection with fans through their music. They took a mental health breakdown and turned it into a powerful body of work. Their numbers—north of 200 million streams and 100 million views and a Top 15 debut on the Billboard Top 200 — are why the band has ascended to the uppermost echelon of the rock genre.
I Prevail’s DOA featuring Joyner Lucas is out now through Fearless Records and Caroline Australia.