Detroit based Citizen Zero have released their new video for the single ‘Go (Let Me Save You)’.
This act aren’t your average rock band – their music has a message and story behind it. Frontman, Josh LeMay mentioned that when they wrote the song, they “wanted it to reach people on more than just a musical level. It’s actually the first song Sammy and I wrote together. It happened right after the Sandy Hook tragedy. I was watching the news, and I couldn’t believe how the cameramen were consciously filming crying parents. It was so wrong. Having gone through tragedy, it made me really angry. I had to say something.”
The new single is taken from their album ‘State Of Mind’ which was released last month and is available to download and stream .
The band are also out on the road in October with Like A Storm on the following dates:
Oct 6 – Battle Creek, MI
Oct 7 – Bolingbrook, IL
Oct 8 – Flint, MI
Oct 9 – Toledo, OH
Oct 11 – Syracuse, NY
Oct 12 – Hampton, NH
Oct 13 – Lancaster, PA
Oct 14 – Baltimore, MD
Oct 15 – Morgantown, WV
Since the release of their first independent EP ‘ Life Explodes’ in 2012, the band has played alongside heavyweights such as Kid Rock, ZZ Top, Halestorm, Royal Blood, Highly Suspect, and more. ‘Life Explodes’ would win the Detroit Music Award for “Outstanding Rock/Pop Recording” in 2013. As their profile rose regionally, they signed to Wind-up Records in early 2016.
Photo credit: Camera Jesus