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Following the recent release of the debut track “Overdrive” from vocalist , Todd is releasing another video from the upcoming debut solo album Sonic Healing. The track “” is a classic-sounding rocker that talks about the uplifting feeling of unwinding with live music after a long day. This message couldn’t be more appropriate as the touring world comes back to life after the recent global pandemic. The video centers around a pool party that , ’s and bandmates play at as they share the lyrics “Come on, .” The video for the song can be seen below.

“No matter how blessed you are or how much you love your job and your life, we all still have days that drain our energy. ‘’ is about the power live music has to rejuvenate us and transform a tough day into a great night,” explains .
Sonic Healing – produced by – will be released on May 7th via Rat Pak Records and is now available for pre-order here: From the infectious guitar riffs of the opening track “Overdrive”, to the anthemic album finale of ”Long Lost Rock & Rollers,” Todd showcases his vocal range and passion for rock music. Songs like “,” “Running After You” and “Like No Other” are testaments to the magic that was created when Todd Michael Hall and guitarist began to focus on their deep love of classic rock icons like Boston, Rush, Styx, Foreigner and REO Speedwagon. Todd’s multi-octave voice and Kurdt’s riff writing capabilities create memorable songs that are reminiscent of the artists that inspired them to pursue a career in music. This is never more apparent than on the debut single “Overdrive” – the video for which can be seen here: With thought provoking lyrics and rock-solid guitar riffs, Sonic Healing delivers all the power and punch that one would expect from these high-level players. An EPK on Sonic Healing can be seen here:
The track listing for Sonic Healing: 
1. Overdrive
2. Let Loose Tonight
3. All On The Line
4. Running After You
5. Love Rain Down
6. Sonic Healing
7. Like No Other
8. Somebody’s Fool
9. To The Bone
10. Long Lost Rock & Rollers
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