Silent Season is proudly waving the rock flag with the release of their new track, “Hopeless.” Taking cues from bands like Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin, the band delivers a knockout punch with their latest rock track.

The band has received support from stations such as Sirius-XM Octane, Music Choice, and Sixx Sense, and has toured with Sevendust, 10 Years, and Gemini Syndrome.

Jeremy Rae talks about the new song, “You may hide it well, but beneath the surface you are constantly under pressure, lost yet stuck, and wish something could turn it all around. This is the meaning of Silent Season’s newest song, ‘Hopeless’.”

Stream the track on KOAR’s indie invaders Playlist.

Who produced your latest material?

We went with a new mixer/producer, Nick Thurl Mavromatis from the band, October Ends.

Where do you find inspiration for your songwriting?

We’re inspired by real world events that go on around us every day. While we like to convey certain topics and deep meanings within our songs, we leave it up to our fans to create their own interpretations.

Which artists have had the greatest influence on the overall sound of the band?
We have been influenced by bands such as 40 Below Summer, Breaking Benjamin, Red, Sevendust and Twelve Foot Ninja to name a few.

What are some of the emerging rock bands you’re currently enjoying? If given the opportunity, which band’s tour would you most like to open for or join?
Newer bands such have Bad Omens, Bad Wolves, Catch Your Breath, Fame on Fire, Sleep Theory and Wage War have made us excited about new music. Silent Season would love to hit the road with Breaking Benjamin since they have been a heavy influence since we started as a band.

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