Look, we realize you’re probably sick of anything that even remotely mentions quarantine at this point. Everywhere you look, it’s quarantine this and quarantine that.
It’s nauseating. We get it.
However, in hopes of providing some sort of uplifting and meaningful message to help you get through another day, today we’re excited to share a sensational new cover by Los Angeles rock act Trope.
Giving Tears For Fears’ 1985 classic “Shout” an epic 2020 makeover, Trope’s newest version comes at the perfect time.
Commenting on the cover, singer Diana Studenberg says, “Part of what I love about this song is that, regardless of the time period, it feels like it still holds emotional relevance. ‘In violent times, you shouldn’t have to sell your soul’ – I feel [that] really speaks to the human condition when we’re in times of hardship, chaos [and] war. Will we maintain our humanity and care for one another? This question really resonates with me and honestly sometimes keeps me up at night because of how cruel we can be at times.”
Keeping that sense of inspiration we alluded to earlier, Studenberg admits, “I believe in hope though, and to me, this song is a fight for that belief.”
Now if that doesn’t make you feel like you can fight through this pain and misery, we’re not sure what will. To check out the band’s riveting rendition of the 80′s favorite, be sure to look below. Afterward, for more from the band, head here.