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Halestorm released a new video for their latest single “The Steeple” off their forthcoming fifth studio album Back From The Dead.

Embedded below, the performance clip features the band and a troop of dancers all in ethereal white, with the dancers appearing to call back Halestorm’s video for “Black Vultures.”

In a statement on the track, Lzzy Hale said, “‘The Steeple’ is a true reflection of what music means to me. During our time in purgatory, faced with an unknown future, I had to rediscover why I still loved music, why there was a hole without live shows that could not be filled with anything else.”

She continued, “Through writing this song, I found myself again and was reminded of what is really important. This music is our life source, our survival tool, our communion, our sanctuary and our identity. I invite you to scream that anthem with me and get transported back to the first time you were struck by the power of music. Redemption’s here at last, back where it all began, in the place where god and the devil shake hands.”

“The Steeple” is available for streaming and download here. As for Halestorm’s new album, Back From The Dead is due out May 6. Fans can pre-save the LP on digital streaming services here, while exclusive vinyl and CD formats and album-related merch are available via Store.HalestormRocks.com.

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