The Protest unleashed defiant new single of reclamation, "Take It Back"

The Protest unleash defiant new single of reclamation, “Take It Back”

The Protest surprised fans on June 14 by releasing a furious new rock single, “Take It Back.” You can stream it now at

Accompanied by a powerful music video created by Joel Burris, “Take It Back” rallies the outcasts, the loners and the hurting, offering them a second wind.

“Take It Back” is possessed by the raw energy and defiant spirit that The Protest is known for. With lyrics that speak directly to the hearts of the desolate as only this band can, the track declares resilience and rebellion. The Protest encourages anyone who feels like an outcast not to give their true selfhood away to fit in, to stand firm in their convictions.

“This song is for anyone who has ever felt like they don’t belong, for those who feel like they’re constantly fighting against the tide,” says lead vocalist Josh Bramlett. “We want our fans to know that they’re not alone. It’s okay to stand out and speak your truth, even when everything around you feels counterfeit.”

The music video for “Take It Back” is a visual representation of the song’s intense energy and message. Directed by Joel Burris, the video showcases the band’s high-octane performance interspersed with scenes capturing the struggles and triumphs of embracing your identity as an authentic outcast.

The Protest has always been known for their hard-hitting lyrics and electrifying performances, and “Take It Back” is no exception. Listeners will leave encouraged to take back their destiny.

The Protest has become one of the most consistent forces in underground rock, establishing a name for themselves with songs like “Greater,” “What Else You Got” and “Welcome to the Freakshow.” Josh and Jarob Bramlett also bring their artistry to the industry through boutique design agency Quiet Strength Design.

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Source: Mary Nikkel Media