“A Reason To Fight” came as the album’s second single and gave fans a taste of their newfound confidence in acoustic tracks. The song dives into struggles with addiction and mental health, weaving listeners through struggles and despair before ending with a light at the end of the tunnel.
This intimate performance of the song gives it even more meaning by stripping it back and allowing David Draiman’s powerful vocals to shine even more than they already did.
Evolution just debuted as No. 4 on the Billboard 200 Chart, a feat that breaks their streak of five consecutive No. 1s but continues to prove their longstanding dominance and the widespread love for the Chicago rockers. In our previous exclusive, the band described stepping outside of their comfort zone for their seventh LP.
Get an inside look at Evolution below: