Capping off a banner year highlighted by over 100 million streams, sold-out headline shows, a Top 15 debut on the Top 200, acclaim from Billboard, and two GRAMMY nominations, rock juggernaut I Prevail have released a new music video for “Hurricane.” The clip is a live, 2019 tour recap that highlights I Prevail’s inimitable and impactful live presence by intercutting kinetic clips from recent sold out shows. The energetic ebb and flow mirrors the waves of irresistible intensity of the song from the melodic moments to the metallic.
Last month, I Prevail garnered their first-ever GRAMMY nominations in the categories of Best Rock Album for Trauma and for Best Metal Performance for “Bow Down.” The 62nd Annual GRAMMY® Awards broadcast on CBS Sunday January 26, 2020.
“Bow Down” stands out as the lead single from the group’s critically acclaimed second full-length, Trauma—out now via Fearless Records. Additionally, the single “Breaking Down” was named the 2019 Song of the Year by listeners of SiriusXM’s Octane.
These milestones further affirm the platinum-certified Detroit quartet as 2019’s biggest breakthrough rock band, inching its way towards mainstream domination. The group sold out its largest headline tour to date in the Spring and Summer, and just wrapped a tour serving as direct support to A Day To Remember in arenas across the country on the Degenerates Tour.
I Prevail will return to the road in Spring 2020 on an arena tour —their second in a row— supporting Five Finger Death Punch. All dates are below.
The story of I Prevail hits even harder than the music. They took a mental health breakdown, turned it into a powerful body of work, and made an audience connection online and I.R.L. on par with that of a pop or hip-hop act. These numbers—100 million streams and 100 million views and a Top 15 debut on the Billboard Top 200—remain unprecedented for rock. Trauma shocked the system quietly and continues to do so.
I PREVAIL ON TOUR:
4/8—Sunrise, FL — BB&T Center
4/10—Duluth, GA — Infinite Energy Center
4/11—Pelham, AL — Oak Mountain Amphitheater
4/13—San Antonio, TX — AT&T Center
4/14—Ft. Worth, TX — Dickies Arena
4/16—Houston, TX — Toyota Center
4/18—Phoenix, AZ — Talking Stick Resort Arena
4/19—San Diego, CA — Viejas Arena
4/21—Los Angeles, CA — The Forum
4/23—Tacoma, WA — Tacoma Dome
4/25—Portland, OR — Veteran Memorial Coliseum
4/27—Morrison, CO — Red Rocks Amphitheatre
4/29—Kansas City, MO — Sprint Center
5/3—Baltimore, MD — Royal Farms Arena
5/5—Worcester, MA — DCU Center
5/6—Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
5/8—Cincinnati, OH — Heritage Bank Center
5/12—Detroit, MI — Little Caesars Arena
5/14—Pittsburgh, PA — PPG Paints Center
5/15—Camden, NJ — BB&T Pavilion
5/17—Nashville, TN — Bridgestone Arena
5/19—Rosemont, IL — Allstate Arena
5/20—St. Paul, MN — Xcel Energy Center