Brooklyn based alt-pop band Spirit Animal release their new track and lyric video for “HYDR8” today. Put on your workout clothes, lace up those dancing shoes and check out the lyric video HERE. The track is off of their forthcoming deluxe album REBORN YESTERDAY, out on September 20 via RED MUSIC

“To maintain a balanced body, it’s important to train all of the major muscle groups: the chest muscles, the back muscles, the arm muscles, the leg muscles, and the drinking muscles. You don’t skip leg day, so why skip day drinking? Our new song HYDR8 will help you stay motivated and in shape for the long nights ahead,” states Spirit Animal frontman Steve Cooper about the track. 

REBORN YESTERDAY is the deluxe version of the band’s debut full-length album Born Yesterday and features three new tracks, including “Arm Candy” and today’s release “HYDR8.” Pre-save Spirit Animal’s forthcoming LP HERE

Catch Spirit Animal on tour with Theory of a Deadman as support. The tour kicks off on September 27 in Jacksonville, NC and wraps on November 4 in Belvidere, IL. For more details and to purchase tickets visit Spirit Animal’s website, HERE

Spirit Animal made a striking debut with 2013’s viral smash, “The Black Jack White,” quickly earning them 1.4 million plays on Spotify alone. Relentless touring followed, as did 2016’s debut EP, WORLD WAR IV, highlighted by another hit single, “Regular World,” which drew more than 3.2 million Spotify streams worldwide. As a result, Spirit Animal has received major attention from a variety of high profile media outlets, including Consequence of Sound, Entertainment Weekly, and The Washington Post. Fast forward to the August 2018 release of the band’s debut album, Born Yesterday, which received praise from outlets such as Billboard, Alternative Press, Ones To Watch, Pop Dust, Substream Magazine and more. Now, with the forthcoming release of REBORN YESTERDAY and a label partnership with RED MUSIC, Spirit Animal continues their ascent to alt-pop stardom. 

Spirit Animal is Steve Cooper (vocals), Cal Stamp (guitar), Ronen Evron (drums), Paul Michel (bass).

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