Song Premiere: We Came As Romans, 'Hope'

We Came As Romans give fans something to "Hope" for.

Fresh off the heels of "Let These Words Last Forever" lyric video, We Came As Romans are back with another new song. (And just in time too, because you're going to want to learn the words before you howl your way through WCAR's live set on the upcoming Take Action Tour.)

"Hope," the second of three new tracks appearing on the deluxe reissue of Understanding What We've Grown To Be (Jan. 8), is a taste of what's to come from the bands' progression towards their forthcoming third record.

Listen to We Came As Romans' "Hope" after the jump.

The new track is pretty aptly titled, particularly for fans of the Michigan six-piece desperately searching for more clues to what the new tracks will sound like. (Check out the full track list here.) "Hope," a gang-chorus, hook-heavy track of synth-riffs and clean vocals (don't worry, there's still plenty of tortured screaming to satisfy your metal-core fix), was recorded with John Feldmann (The Used, All Time Low), whom the band will also be working with when they head back into the studio this March.

"We won't fall to our knees. We are the one true hope, so give me an answer. Are you in or are you out?" the band sings, in an uplifting, tidy chorus. Well, if the rest of WCAR's new material is going to sound like this, then yes, count us in.

Listen to We Came As Romans' "Hope."

Photo credit: Tom Barnes