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Sonic Universe ft. Corey Glover(Living Colour)-New Video Single 'Higher'- Watch Here

“Higher” is the second single from Corey Glover (Living Colour) and Mike Orlando (Adrenaline Mob) and their upcoming debut album as Sonic Universe, “It Is What It Is.”

Following the statement of purpose that was first single “I Am,” “Higher” is a call for strength and resistance in the face of opposition. “Sometimes it’s all around / Can’t get yourself up off the ground / Don’t let the world bring you down.”

There’s no mistaking the power of Corey’s voice, Mike’s ascending riffs, and the rhythm section of Booker King and Taykwuan Jackson to take fans “Higher” as anticipation builds for the album’s release.

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The album was recorded at Mike Orlando’s Sonic Stomp Studios in New York City and the new video was once again directed by Tom Flynn (Lamb of God, Buckcherry). Capturing Corey in all his “colourful” glory, Sonic Universe muscles through the powerful track, showing four musicians at their peak and a chemistry to conjure new musical worlds from the galaxies of hard rock, funk, punk, thrash, and metal.

The heavens open and “It Is What It Is,” Sonic Universe’s debut album, swoops down from the skies on May 10th

Preorder “It Is What It Is” HERE.

The band has signed a worldwide deal with earMUSIC for their debut album “It Is What It Is” scheduled for release on May 10th. The 10-song album was produced, engineered, and mixed by Mike Orlando at Sonic Stomp Studios.


1. I Am

2. It Is What It Is

3. Turn A Blind Eye

4. My Desire

5. Whisper To A Scream 6. Higher

7. Life

8. Come What May

9. I Want It All

10. Beautiful Disunity

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