Odds of an Afterthought help you keep your resolutions with new metalcore single

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Minneapolis metalcore band Odds of an Afterthought has shared their new single "Curtain Call," a hard-hitting track that might motivate you to keep your New Year's resolutions.

"We wrote this song about keeping your head focused and not letting anyone stop you from achieving your goals and dreams in life," says vocalist Tanner Greely.

The music video is a familiar scene in the live music world over the last year, as the band performs in front of empty seats in a gorgeous theater. Almost symbolizing how these beautiful venues that once hosted some of the biggest stars in the world are now going unused as the seats collect dust.

 

 

Odds of an Afterthought released their debut full-length Finding the True Vine in December of 2014. Since then, the Billboard charting band has toured relentlessly and consistently released new music year after year. Their current lineup includes Tanner Greely (vocals), Andre Bertrand (guitars), Aaron Eickholt (bass), and Logan Greely (drums).

Listen to the single "Curtain Call" now on Spotify.

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