Cane Hill has released the new musicfor the track “It Follows,” and it’s definitely one of those songs that will catch you off-guard. It has some heavy riffs, a punchy bass, some hip-hop-influenced vocal flow to go along with the gritty near-growls, and an actual guitar solo that was unexpected considering the genre.
On the track, lead singer Elijah Witt said:
This was a really fun song to write and it probably took us the longest. It’s heavy and catchy all at once. We were trying to go for full-on ‘metal epic’ without overreaching, and I think we did just that.
The video contrasts a fiery performance with a dreamlike storyline, which follows a girl running from a hooded figure. In a twisted turn of events, the person she’s running from — the person she’s scared of most — is herself.
“It Follows” comes off of the band’s sophomore album, *Too Far Gone, which dropped in January.
About Cane Hill:
Cane Hill is an Americanband formed in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2011. The band consists of vocalist Elijah Witt, guitarist James Barnett, bass guitarist Ryan Henriquez, and drummer Devin Clark. In 2015, the band signed to Rise Records, releasing their debut EP, Cane Hill. They released their debut full-length studio album, Smile, on July 15, 2016. On January 19, 2018, their sophomore album Too Far Gone, was released, again via Rise Records. Too Far Gone reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Chart.
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