Heffron Drive announce new single – Rain Don’t Come

April is off to an exciting start! On the 1st, Heffron Drive fans were able to pre-order their copy of the new single “Rain Don’t Come” via their preferred online retailer. The highly anticipated song will be available for download and streaming starting Friday, April 8th.

Kendall and Dustin previewed “Rain Don’t Come” to sold out crowds in Europe this past March, receiving a hugely positive response from fans all over the world. For those who have heard it, it’s completely different than anything Heffron Drive has ever recorded.

Heffron Drive is taking new risks every day, we are constantly trying to advance our sound. ‘Rain Don’t Come’ has deep messaging and is a big step for H.D. We are stoked to have everyone hear it.” – Kendall Schmidt

Taking risks is nothing new for Kendall and Heffron Drive since the music is released independently through TOLbooth Records. Guitarist Dustin Belt is just as excited for the new release,

“I’m really excited for the future of H.D. as this is a step in a new musical direction for the band. We spent over a year working on this song and making sure everything was exactly how we wanted it to be.” -Dustin Belt

Fans may be even more excited for the music video! Heffron Drive has been talking about releasing an official music video for quite some time and mercilessly teasing photos of the shoot since early February. Be sure you are subscribed to the Heffron Drive YouTube channel to catch the video when it drops on April 15th.

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You can pre-order and preview Rain Don’t Come here:

iTunes
Google
Amazon

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