Grammy-nominated rock band RED has released the "From The Ashes" single via Red Entertainment with distribution from The Fuel Music into digital and streaming outlets globally, including iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify and more.
"'From The Ashes' reflects on where our minds can go when we've hit the bottom," says RED bassist Randy Armstrong. "You've been written off, left out in the cold because the world doesn't care about your situation and nothing in the past matters much today. It's about having the motivation to rise and turn your failure and mistakes into success and survival."
Produced by the band's longtime collaborator Rob Graves, the new single follows "The Evening Hate", which has over 560,000 streams on YouTube alone. The song's cinematic short film was written, directed and produced by RED, and stars the band.
RED, comprised of Michael Barnes (vocals), identical twin brothers Anthony (guitars) and Randy Armstrong, and longtime live drummer, now official band member, Dan Johnson, will take "The Evening Hate", "From The Ashes" and a bevy of its No. 1 hits and fan favorites on the road beginning on August 24 in Muncie, Indiana.
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