P.O.D. Call Out Prescription Drug Abuse on ‘Circles’ Title Track – Premiere
With two songs already released off Circles, Southern California's P.O.D. have hit you with an all-out rap-rock hybrid on "Rockin' With the Best" and the hard-grooving "Soundboy Killa." Now, they've partnered with Loudwire to bring you the easygoing but contemplative title track to the forthcoming record in the video above.
There's a loose indie feel to "Circles," which relies on a simple melody to guide the song, putting the message of the song at the forefront. Singer Sonny Sandoval puts prescription drug abuse in his crosshairs, adding his voice to the growing social commentary on the opioid crisis.
"'Circles' as the title track and album, in general, is a culmination of 26 years of P.O.D. It's neither old school or new, just a sound we're familiar with and have helped pioneer throughout our career. When you hear it you know it's P.O.D.,” says Sandoval.
For this album, the band linked up with Los Angeles-based production duo The Heavy. Circles comes out on November 16 and pre-orders can be placed here.
P.O.D., Circles Album Art + Track Listing
01. Rockin' With The Best
02. Always Southern California
04. Panic Attack
05. On The Radio
06. Fly Away
07. Listening For The Silence
10. Soundboy Killa
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