Eternal Frequency

Eternal Frequency’s New Single Is A Positive Affirmation Rolled Up In A Rock Anthem

Eternal Frequency is a five-piece hard rock band from Central Pennsylvania. Fronted by vocalist and songwriter Emelle Elizabeth, Eternal Frequency is following in the footsteps of acts like Evanescence, Halestorm, In This Moment, and Spiritbox. The band’s lineup includes guitarists Justin Walters and A.J. Lopez, bassist Tyler Travis, and drummer Dane Lowell.

They just dropped their latest single, “Breathe In, Breathe Out” and a powerful, fan-inspired video of the same name. The track was produced by Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland of Atrium Audio, LLC. This single is not just something you need to hear, it is something you need to share! The song is a therapy session set to music…a positive affirmation rolled up in a rock anthem! We all have struggled in some way during these times of Covid- runaway inflation, negativity in the news, and all the accompanying life insecurities. It’s enough to make even the strongest of us feel like giving up. Eternal Frequency has addressed this and reminds us not to give up. Sometimes the simplest words have the most powerful comfort, “Breathe in, breathe out, don’t give up, you’re more than enough.”

In 2019, the band won Best New Artist at the Central Pennsylvania Music Awards. In 2021, the band took home the award for Best Hard Rock Artist at the CPMA’s.

Download this song from your favorite streaming service. Even better, share it with someone you know who needs a little “rock therapy.” They’ll be glad you did!

About T.M. Strubel

Deep in the Blue Mountains of Pennsylvania, you’ll find this guy, rocking out at his favorite campground. When not hosting a game of trivia at the famous “Cow Palace,” you’ll find him riding the nature trails in his custom golf cart, listening to music as diverse as Aerosmith, Cream and Pink Floyd, to Jane’s Addiction and Lenny Kravitz. It’s true, he probably shouldn’t be driving so fast with Parkinson’s Disease, but don’t tell him that. He’s been moving and shaking (get it??) to his own beat ever since he snuck out at age 15 to see George Thorogood & The Destroyers. So...if you find yourself lost in the woods some cold night, and hear the mournful sounds of “Folsom Prison Blues” echoing through the trees, make your way to the source. You’ll find a roaring campfire beside a gazebo. Pull up a camp stool and sit next to the guy with the cane. You’ll soon realize that’s not Johnny Cash he’s playing. That would be “Small Town Titans”, and he’d love to tell you about them! Stay awhile. Let’s talk music...

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