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I Prevail

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can u see me in the dark? Halestorm, I Prevail 03:58
Hurricane I Prevail 03:43
Bow Down I Prevail 04:03
Gasoline I Prevail 02:34
Scars I Prevail 03:50
Blank Space I Prevail 04:00
Choke I Prevail 03:02
Bad Things I Prevail 03:48
Stuck In Your Head I Prevail 03:35
HOUSE ON SAND (feat. Eric V. of I Prevail) Nothing More, Eric Vanlerberghe, I Prevail 04:23

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I Prevail and Halestorm with Fit for a King and Hollywood Undead at Coastal Credit Union Midtown Park (July 9, 2024)
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The metalcore band I Prevail was formed in 2013 in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. The group's cover of Taylor Swift's "Blank Space" became a viral sensation one year later, giving I Prevail their first Top 40 hit on the Mainstream Rock Songs chart and paving the way for the release of their debut EP, Heart vs. Mind, in early 2015. That same year marked the first of multiple personnel changes for the group, with bandmates eventually emerging Brian Burkheiser, Eric Vanlerberghe, and Steve Menoian serving as the longest-running members of the lineup. Meanwhile, I Prevail hit the charts once again with their debut album, 2016's Lifelines, which debuted at Number 1 on the American alternative, hard rock, and mainstream rock charts. The eclectic Trauma followed in 2019, earning the band a Grammy nomination for "Best Rock Album" and producing three Top 40 singles on the Mainstream Rock chart: the Number 3 hit "Breaking Down," the Grammy-nominated single "Bow Down," and the Number 1 hit "Hurricane." I Prevail returned to Number 1 with "Bad Things," the most successful single from the group's third album, 2022's True Power. The album also featured "Deep End," which reached number 4 on the Mainstream Rock chart, and "Closure," which reached number 36.