INTERVIEW: Overtime Talks (And Premieres) New Single “All Out” feat. MMA Fighter Conall Powers + More

Today we are pleased to join forces with the great rock-rapper Overtime for the premiere of his new visual for “All Out,” which shows the tough training regiment that Conall Powers from Dog Pound Fight Team ensures to be one of the brightest young prospects in MMA today.

We get to sit to talk with the Montana native about the song and what else is in stores.

Can you tell us more about your new single “All Out”?

All out was written to demonstrate how intense I am when it comes to music. I’m like a pot of water put on to boil. My moves are calculated and when it’s time to execute, it’s gone time! All out starts soft and slow and progressively gets more intense. This is how I approach my career. The concept for the video came from my passion for MMA fighting. It’s intense. There’s a lot of work that goes into becoming a skilled fighter. I’m a fan of anyone willing to put in the extra work to make something happen. I couldn’t imagine a better storyline for this song.

Can you tell us about the inspiration for the new album “Divided We Fall” and the meaning if the title?

Divided We Fall is a follow-up album for United We Stand, and album I released in 2018. United We Stand, Divided We Fall. I think the titles of the albums speak for themselves. In this instance, Divided We Fall is a play off of how society currently is here in America. So much turmoil and if we’re not careful, our power can find itself tested.

This video features MMA fighter Conall Powers. Tell us how you got him in the video and his connection to the music?

Conall Powers is a young MMA phenomenon from my hometown, Missoula, Montana. When I was casting for a fighter for the video, he was the first that came to mind. Google his name, he’s a big deal around here. He began getting into the cage when he was 15 years old and beating grown men in their mid 20’s. I knew he was the type of personality I wanted for this video.

What’s next for Overtime?

I will tour in March/April of 2020 and get done with that just in time to have a baby girl in May. Then, I’ll be back on the road to tour some more. This music is how I support my family. It’s my passion, but it’s also my job. Round here, we do what we gotta do to put the food on the table for the people who are relying on us no matter the sacrifice.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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