San Antonio post-hardcore quintet I Survived has debuted their new music video “Cityseeker”.

The track is the first in a run of singles, set to drop in the first half of 2019.

Lead vocalist Danny Fairchild unpacks the new single: “”Cityseeker”” is a song about the duality of life and how change creates it; realizing the things you once were in love with may not be what they seem, but in the same breath you realize you might not be the person you thought you were when you once loved them. Reflections can lie to you, but on the other hand, also show what lay inside you and the depth of one’s dreams and desires and whether or not they still speak to the person that you are today.”

Formed in Texas in 2016, I Survived delivers a refreshingly honest brand of post-hardcore; a cynical but relatable look at the world today, packed in a hopeful and resonating wall of sound.

With an irrefutable cohesion that carries between record and live performance, I Survived delivers an intense and explosive brand of post-hardcore, led by vocalist Danny Fairchild’s impressive range. The vocal/instrumental interplay that underpins the young band’s sound is catalyzed further by explosive and dynamic riffs, a brutality that juxtaposes purposefully with the band’s emotive and melodic injections.

I Survived’s debut single “Bandit” was soon followed by “Hollow”, with the San Antonio 5 showcasing not only their songwriting ability, but also a relatable and eloquent take on today’s world.

Early 2019 sees the band set for the release of 3 new singles, with “Cityseeker” setting an explosive tone for what is to follow this year.

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