St. Louis-based band Discrepancies released their new single “Undertow” and its music video via InVogue Records. The track is a massive hip-hop-infused rock anthem, and the action-packed video was directed by John Fleischmann.
Stream “Undertow”: https://orcd.co/discrepanciesundertow
About the track, frontman Antonio “ATG” Metcalf stated:
“Undertow is about not letting discouragement get in the way of progress. There will always be obstacles, but the hardships aren’t what define us. It’s about what you did to overcome.”
Comprised of Garrett Weakley (bass), Addison Bracher (guitar/vocals), Zach Allard (drums), and Antonio Metcalf (vocals), the band has formed a unique take on rap-rock incorporating heavy riffs, soaring choruses, and breakdowns with intense lyricism and hip-hop elements. The four blend together many genres to create an innovative soundscape that is guaranteed to grab your interest and breathe new life into the genre. They have shared the stage with the likes of Breaking Benjamin, You Me at Six, Mushroomhead, Alter Bridge, Starset, Memphis May Fire, and Story Of The Year as well as played a number of festivals such as the final full cross-country Vans Warped Tour in 2018 and Rock USA in 2019.
Discrepancies will be releasing a new full-length album in 2020, but the exact date has not been announced.