Like Machines Unveil New Music Video For “Destitute”

(TRR) – Atlanta hard rock trio Like Machines have unveiled the official music video for their new track “Destitute.” It is a socially conscious song that explores physical and emotional homelessness. The accompanying video delves deep into this urgent tragedy that is in dire need of compassion and attention.

The clip can be streamed below.

Like Machines are comprised of vocalist/guitarist Andrew Evans, bassist Tanner Hendon, and drummer Cheney Brannon.  Both Evans and Hendon are former members of The Stir. Like Machines are currently in the studio recording a series of singles to be released subsequently throughout 2019.

The band premiered their debut single “Kaiser” back in May.

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