Scorpions have surprise released an uplifting new song called 'Sign of Hope'. Watch the video right…
Scorpions have surprise released an uplifting new song called 'Sign of Hope'. Watch the video right here: German hard rock legends Scorpions have surprise released an uplifting new song called ‘Sign of Hope’ that’s directly inspired by the coronavirus pandemic.
Clocking in at just over two minutes, ‘Sign of Hope’ is a rousing rock ballad that references the turbulent goings on in the world, with Klaus Meine singing “What has happened to our life? / I see empty places, empty roads” and “In troubled times we need a friend / We keep on waiting for better times” amidst stripped-back instrumentation.
As the title suggests, ‘Sign of Hope’ is ultimately an uplifting track about optimism and concludes with the lines: “Give me hope / Just a little bit of hope / A little comfort for my soul / And it’s gonna be alright.”
Sharing the track, Scorpions insist that ‘Sign of Hope’ is very different to the hard rocking sounds of their nineteenth studio album, which they’ve been working on recently.
Scorprions said of ‘Sign of Hope’: "We are working on lot's of hard n’ heavy rockers for our new album these days, but because of the dramatic Covid-19 pandemic we want to give you a little Sign of Hope that came straight from the heart in troubled times.
“Stay healthy and safe ... we love you ... Scorpions"
Watch the video for Scorpions’ ‘Sign of Hope’ here: