Hardline unveil video for new single “Surrender”

Hardline unveil video for new single “Surrender”

Hardline consisting of lead vocalist Johnny Gioeli, keyboardist Alessandro Del Vecchio, guitarist Mario Percudani, bassist Anna Portalupi and drummer Marco Di Salvia have unveiled a video for their new single “Surrender” from their upcoming new studio album Heart, Mind And Soul, which will be released via Frontiers Music Srl on July 9, 2021.

Track List for Heart, Mind And Soul:
01. Fuel To The Fire
02. Surrender
03. If I Could I Would
04. Like That
05. Heavenly
06. Waiting For Your Fall
07. The Curse
08. Heartless
09. Searching For Grace
10. ‘80s Moment
11. We Belong

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Hardline‘s studio album Life, which was released back on April 26, 2019:”Johnny Gioeli has kept his vision of the band Hardline going strong since 1992. If you’ve ever had the chance to meet Mr. Gioeli, you can attest to the fact that after all these years, he’s still passionate about everything he puts his voice too. What I can also say about Gioeli is he is one of the most positive and funniest people I have ever met. When I listen to his music, I can always hear his personality within the music. That is a quality that I think really works to his advantage. As I ponder that phrase, it has me thinking about other artists and how their music comes off to me. Do you think Kurt Cobain was actually that pissed off? Were some of the ’80s bands really that into constant debauchery and sex? Geez, I’m not opening that can of worms. We’ve all seen The Dirt by now. You answer that question yourself.

Hardline‘s Life is the third release of music by Gioeli since last summer. The other two releases being the first Gioeli/Castronovo album and of course the very stellar Johnny Gioeli One Voice solo album. The intriguing part of the One Voice album is that it was written by Gioeli and former Raquel guitarist Eric Gadrix. Within the confines of the release, an amazing chemistry developed and brought forth some top notch songs. One Voice is just a fantastic release. Of course, all three of these releases have been on the Frontiers label, which seems to be the norm these days for bands of the ’80s and early ’90s.

Regardless, what can I tell you about Life? Well, from the first notes of the lead-off track “Place To Call Home”, it becomes blatantly obvious that Gioeli has worked hard at staying true to the original Hardline sound that was made famous way back in 1992.”

Hardline‘s “Surrender” video: