The World Over have released their latest track To Be Human.
The timely track showcases the moments of reflection and reevaluation that are taking place for millions of Americans as they witness inequality, intolerance, and prejudice in their own backyards and on their screens. These injustices come in all forms – for vocalist Tiaday Rocke, she shined a light on the deeply personal meaning of the lyrics and her previous experiences of oppression in June for Pride Month. The song conveys that we are all the same inside, we all bleed the same, and it doesn’t matter how you look or are perceived.
The track is taken from the band’s Artificial EP, which is set to release in August.
Listen to To Be Human HERE