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PRAISE – “Makes No Sense” video

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Baltimore, Maryland’s melodic hardcore torchbearers, PRAISE, have just announced a globetrotting run of winter tour dates to support their recently released EP, Leave It All Behind, available now from REACT! Records. To celebrate, the band has teamed with Clrvynt magazine to premiere their new music video for the track “Makes No Sense.” The band’s world tour will see them playing show in The United States, The United Kingdom, and Europe. The band will be joined by Fury and Insist for most of their upcoming shows, see full list of dates below.

Leave It All Behind is a blistering collection of tuneful hardcore that pays tribute to the bands of Revolution Summer with an undeniably modern edge, and the video for “Makes No Sense” fittingly compliments Praise‘s influences. Clrvynt applauded the authenticity of Praise’s visual and sonic approaches saying that the video “f-cking nails” the look of their predecessors and “the tune sounds right at home here, smooth guitars blending in with aggressive choruses and uplifting verses.”



While the genre of hardcore most often brings to mind aggressive, chaotic live shows and blistering sonic intensity, some of most promising output from those within the hardcore scene has been created when these musicians strive for something more melodic. Just as Youth of Today evolved into Shelter, 7 Seconds expanded their sound over time, and Minor Threat gave way to Dag Nasty and Embrace, an experienced group of hardcore diehards have come together to form Praise. The band steps in a more melodic direction than the notable list of other bands they’ve spent time in, especially evident on their newest offering, “Leave It All Behind.”

Originally formed in 2009, Praise set out from the beginning to showcase their less aggressive side, pulling deeply from the roots of mid-’80s DC, while still providing a contemporary spin. The band teamed with REACT! Records to release an EP and single (2010’s “Growing. Changing. Healing.” and 2011’s “Two Songs”), followed by their fantastic debut LP, “Lights Went Out” in 2014, before slowing down to tackle personal struggles and explore other musical endeavors.

Now, with a slightly modified line-up and renewed enthusiasm for their unique brand of melodic hardcore, Praise have created their most interesting release to date. Entitled “Leave It All Behind,” this seven song EP marks a decidedly more tuneful tendency and exhibits a strength of songwriting that only comes from playing together for all these years. Where their previous releases felt indicative of their origins, this EP undeniably feels like something fresh and exciting.

Tour Dates:


11/17 Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery w/ Samiam
11/25 Fullerton, CA @ Programme *
11/25 Los Angeles, CA @ Union *
11/27 Oakland, CA @ 1234GO! *
12/02 Cambridge, MA @ AHC Fest *
12/27 Machester, UK @ Gullivers **
12/28 London, UK @ New River Studios **
12/29 Mol, BE @ JH Tydeeh **
12/30 Wunstorf, DE @ Wohnwelt **
12/31 Berlin, DE @ Cassiopeia **
01/01 Czestochowa, PL @ Sala Sportowa **
01/02 Budapest, HU @ Durer Kurt **
01/03 Bologna, IT @ Freakout Club **
01/04 Zurich, CH @ Werk 21 **
01/05 Mannheim, DE @ JUZ Mannheim **
01/06 Amsterdam, NL @ Vrankrijk **
01/07 Paris, FR @ L’Olympic **

* w/ Fury
** w/ Fury, Insist

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