Marshall Potts unleashes The Storm in his fiercely intense new single — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
The title track to his upcoming third album, The Storm tears the roof off with a thunderous rolling cascade of heavy guitar, raining melody and powerful emotion. “This is a song of understanding, realization and action,” the Kamloops country-rocker explains. “We realize what’s important to us when we have massive change, and like a storm, it will pass but it’s what we learned about ourselves that makes us better human beings as a result.”
That theme extends through the rest of the album, he says. “It foreshadows the positive outcome we can all expect when we take the time to learn about ourselves, seek our own truths, heal our old scars and reemerge standing our ground in our own power. The hero story we are all meant to walk and the gratitude that leads our lives as a result.”
His anthemic challenge on the record implores for self-reflection. “We get the chance to redefine what’s most important to us and where we need to refocus our intentions.”
A veteran artist living and working on a 160-acre oasis in his native B.C., Potts treads the line on folk, country, and rousing rock ’n’ roll, drenching everything with his powerhouse vocals. Delivering on his commitment to convey the universal messages of positivity and optimism, Potts creates music about “moving beyond your past, taking back your power, embracing the moment and living in the here and now.”