Wisconsin based Metalcore band VERSUS ME has released the official music video for “Give Me a Reason,” the third single off of their upcoming LP, CONTINUOUS, due out 9/13/2019.
“From the first time we demoed out ‘Give Me A Reason’ we knew that it was going to be a special one. Instrumentally that song just had a way of capturing your attention and we wanted to make sure that we put vocals to match. The song is about an having an addiction and needing to separate yourself from that. That could be anything from drinking, drugs, gambling, video games….you name it. This is our first “lighter” single off the album so it gives everyone a taste of the variety that’s going to be on this album. There is a song on ‘Continuous’ for everyone. Remember, pick up the album on 9/13!” – VERSUS ME
1. Give Me A Reason
2. Far Behind
3. Up At Night
6. Heavy Breathing
7. You Lift Me
8. Miss Out
9. Override (Interlude)
11. Not Going Back
12. Talk Too Much
13. Left Here (Josh Napert Remix)
VERSUS ME, from Janesville, Wisconsin is a band for today’s subcultural and mainstream pop crowds alike. They have crafted a sophomore album featuring the type of crowd-ready anthems heard in stadiums on the One Direction/5 Seconds Of Summer world tour, while simultaneously harnessing the heaviness and earnest delivery found each year on the Warped Tour’s main stage and in the pages of Alternative Press, Rocksound, Kerrang!
Even as Versus Me take aim for mainstream chart success, arena headlining shows and the attention of the diehard fans who drive the underground scene, the band’s number one goal remains simple. Versus Me wants nothing less than positivity, communication and connection with their audience. They want to show that their music, and all good music, can help people with life toughest trials and hardships. Versus Me yearn to connect with every person they can, whether to talk about music, or to learn about where people are coming from and who they are.
Packing an arsenal of melodies, hooks, breakdowns, electro fueled bounce and deep grooves, Versus Me’s message of uplifting goodwill is about to make itself heard loud and proud – from the stage, from cars, speakers, headphones and anywhere possible.