Conquer Divide shares ‘N E W H E A V E N’ video

Conquer Divide— the international five-piece band hailing from the U.S., U.K. and Canada—has shared a video for “N E W H E A V E N,” the latest song to be released from its upcoming album “Slow Burn” (Sept. 8, 2023, Mascot Records; pre-order here).

“‘N E W H E A V E N’ was born out of the idea that you’ll never be satisfied with what you have if you don’t define your expectations,” the band said. “We got together in Atlanta with Johnny Andrews for this one, and he’s a musical mad scientist. We played with religious metaphors, although the song is not about religion. You throw your whole life into something, and then you finally reach the pinnacle and get to pull the proverbial curtain back, but it’s not what you expected at all. So now you need a new high to chase. We did crowd-sourced gang vocals on this one, and it was fun to make that come together.”

As for the video, the band said: “This video was sort of a continuation from our last music video where in the opening scene you see the Grim Reaper take his hood off to reveal he is now the priest overseeing the funeral. Kia figuratively ‘went to heaven’ and came back after realizing heaven wasn’t what it was cracked up to be.”

Conquer Divide will spend the rest of 2023 on the road — supporting Electric Callboy in late August through mid-September and with Icon For Hire in September and through late October. All dates are below.

“Slow Burn” track listing:

“N E W H E A V E N”
“playing w/ fire”
“Over It.”
“wide awake”

Tour dates:

with Electric Callboy and Solence
8/25 — Portland, OR — Roseland Theater
8/26 — Seattle, WA — The Neptune Theater
8/28 — Sacramento, CA — Ace Of Spades
8/29 — Santa Ana, CA — The Observatory
8/30 — Los Angeles, CA — The Belasco
8/31 — Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren
9/2 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Depot
9/3 — Denver, CO — The Fillmore Auditorium
9/5 — Minneapolis, MN — The Fillmore
9/6 — Chicago, IL — House of Blues
9/8 — Alton, VA — Blue Ridge Rock Fest
9/9 — Mckees Rocks, PA — The Roxian Theatre
9/10 — Toronto, ON — The Danforth Music Hall
9/11 — Montreal, QC — Mtelus
9/13 — Boston, MA — Big Night Live
9/14 — Philadelphia, PA — Brooklyn Bowl
9/15 — New York, NY — The Palladium Times Square

with Icon for Hire, The Funeral Portrait and Concrete Castles
9/16 — Horseheads, NY — The L
9/17 — Leesburg, VA — Tally Ho Theatre
9/18 — Mechanicsburg, PA — Lovedraft’s Brewing Co.
9/19 — Hamden, CT — Space Ballroom
9/20 — Brooklyn, NY — The Kingsland
9/22 — Toronto, ON — Lee’s Palace
9/23 — Erie, PA — Basement Transmission
9/24 — Lakewood, OH — The Wincester
9/25 — Columbus, OH — A&R Music Bar
9/26 — Indianapolis, IN — Hoosier Dome
9/27 — Grand Rapids, MI — The Stache
9/29 — Joliet, IL — The Forge
9/30 — Des Moines, IA — Lefty’s Live Music

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