We have been lucky enough to connect with the amazing alternative rock band Keys & Corridors!
This band, risen from Akron, Ohio has been compared with the likes of Paramore, Flyleaf and Amberlin.
In 2015, Keys & Corridors have released their debut EP 'Thieves'. In 2016, the energetic five-piece consisting of Kaylene Widdoes (vocals), Lauren Seveney (rhythm guitar & vocals), Austin Melaney (drums), Jeremiah Sanchez (lead guitar), and Kyle Miner (bass) has more in store!
On May 6th, they released a new single titled 'Lionhearted'. Today, we are beyond thrilled and honored to be able to premiere the music video for this song!
We spoke briefly with the band about what this song and the music video is all about.
This is what they had to say:
"Lionhearted is about finding ways to be brave regardless of the circumstances around you. About taking what you're handed in life and seeing happiness as a choice and a possibility despite the things that maybe aren't going so great. Because there are things in life that we can't control. But we can at least alter our mindsets and be fighters and face everything with courage."
Without further ado, stream the new music video for 'Lionhearted' from Keys & Corridors below!
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