Myles Kennedy Releases Video For 'A Thousand Words'

Myles Kennedy Releases Video For 'A Thousand Words'

With his solo band starting their first tour in over 30 months this September, MYLES KENNEDY is releasing another music video for A Thousand Words one of my personal favourite tracks off his chart-topping release The Ides Of March

What you need to know about A Thousand Words

The video for “A Thousand Words” finds MYLES reconnecting with director Stefano Bertelli (Alter Bridge’s “Native Son”/MYLES KENNEDY’s “In Stride” video) for another animated masterpiece. The video shows MYLES reflecting on life at an open grave as he sings the thought-provoking lyrics “Cause in times like these, we must live and learn.”

More About Myles Kennedy and The Ides Of March

At this point, MYLES KENNEDY’s voice precedes him. Certainly, it courses through six chart-topping albums from gold-selling rock juggernaut Alter Bridge, three records with Slash and The Conspirators, two albums from The Mayfield Four, his 2018 solo debut Year of the Tiger, and guest appearances for everyone from Disturbed and Halestorm to Gov’t MuleSevendustMark Morton and Darryl “DMC” McDaniels.

For as much as he remains renowned for his skyscraping timbre and earth-quaking bluesy wail, his musicianship also encompasses eloquent songcraft, thoughtful cinematic arrangements, and, of course, dynamic guitar fireworks as explosive as his astounding vocal range.

Myles released his latest album The Ides Of March via Napalm Records in May. The album received critical acclaim and created another career benchmark for the musician. The Ides Of March achieved numerous chart recognitions, including #1 spots in 3 different countries - including #1 Billboard Top Current Hard Music (United States), #1 Official Rock & Metal Albums (UK), #1 Official Independent Album Chart (UK) and #1 Hard Music Albums (Canada). The Ides Of March saw 4 different tracks released to the public, including the debut single “In Stride,” album-opener “Get Along,” the title track and longest song on the album “The Ides Of March” and the pensive ballad “Love Rain Down.”

The Ides Of March is out now and you can grab a copy direct from Rock Lives Here or via

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