Anthemic rockers HINDER have unveiled their music video for "Hit The Ground" — the first single from the band's upcoming fifth studio album, "When The Smoke Clears", due out May 12 via The End/ADA. The clip for the track, which Billboard proclaims "falls right into the band's arena rock wheelhouse," is also a debut for the band's new frontman Marshal Dutton. The video was filmed at Chevy Bricktown Events Center in the band's hometown of Oklahoma City, and features the guys doing what they do best — living and breathing life on the road.
With over a decade-long career under their belts, and having honed their chops touring with the likes of MÖTLEY CRÜE, NICKELBACK, AEROSMITH and PAPA ROACH, HINDER's upcoming album with Dutton has breathed new sound, and new air, into the ever-evolving band. The songs on "When The Smoke Clears" run the gamut from rowdy rock to subtle country influence, to memorable pop hooks, all of which retain the DNA-distinct spirit of HINDER. That ability to walk the tightrope between genres, without a net, is something the band has had fun with in creating the new album.
The band will perform select tracks from "When The Smoke Clears" at their upcoming shows, including stops at Loudwire Music Festival in Grand Junction, Colorado on June 28 and Rock Fest in Cadott, Wisconsin on July 18.