August 29, 2012 07:31:53 GMT
The band fronted by Ryan Tedder are promoting the song that gives highlights to children who need special care.
OneRepublic, the band who gave a breakout song "Apologize", are back with a new music video for another potential hit "Feel Again". This new track comes from the band's yet-to-be-named third studio album, which will come out later this year under Mosley music group/Interscope records.
The music video begins with a heartbeat and nature chirping sound, giving a more solemn treatment in the silent of the night. Then, the next segment shows the band playing in the woods covered by different strings of colored-lightning effects.
"Feel Again" maybe is an example of a good love song that does not necessarily refer to a romantic relationship. The song is inspired by the heartbeats of children in remote villages where they are badly in need of utmost life saving love and care.
"Praying like a fool that just shot a gun/ Heart still beating but it's not working/ It's like a hundred thousand voices that just can't sing," part of the lyrics reads. "I reach out trying to love but, I feel nothing/ Oh my heart is numb."
Not only is "Feel Again" released to build anticipation for the band's new album, but it also benefits independent organization, Save the Children, that supports newborn and child survival. "By downloading our song today you're helping a child in need," they tweet.
The song has been made available for digital download since August 27. "We (the band) just got back from a camping trip without phone service to discover #FEELAGAIN is at #12 on iTUNES - THANK YOU ALL!!!! Let's GO!!" they wrote.
OneRepublic's "Feel Again" Music Video