Metal act Of Virtue have shared new track ‘Sober’, which tackles themes of addiction and substance abuse.
The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming full-length album ‘Omen’, set for release on 29 September.
Have a listen to the highly personal track via its video below.
Describing the new track, the Michigan outfit have said:
“‘Sober’ is a cautionary tale about the effects that addiction can have not only on the user, but friends, family or anyone that is close to them. It is hitting that “rock bottom” with nowhere else to go except for finally turning over a new leaf.
“It can be hard to accept accountability for your actions when it has damaged so many things and make it harder to stop the self destructive behaviour that got you there in the first place.”
Of Virtue have just concluded their headline UK tour, and will be returning as support for Being As An Ocean in September.
See the full tour dates below and visit the band’s site for more information and to purchase tickets.
05.09 – The Loft, Southampton
06.09 – O2 Academy 2, Leicester
07.09 – The Studio, Sheffield
08.09 – The Dome, London
09.09 – Devil’s Dog, Birmingham
10.09 – Sin City, Swansea