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Soto share video for their new single HyperMania

Soto have released a video for their new single HyperMania.

It’s the opening track on their upcoming album Origami, which is set to arrive this coming Friday (May 24) via InsideOut Music.

Sons Of Apollo (opens in new tab) vocalist Jeff Scott Soto and his band previously released a stream of the single BeLie (opens in new tab) back in March.

Speaking about the promo, Soto says: “HyperMania is the first music video from Origami. There is a double entendre to the lyrics that actually became a triple one for the video itself. It will be fun to see how it is interpreted by viewers!

“Our Brazilian friend and director Thiago Kiss truly delivered the balance of frightening, erotic and artsy into this video. We are extremely proud to present to you, HyperMania!”

InsideOut Music have also released a clip introducing the band and how they created Origami. Both videos can be watched below.

Origami will be released as a limited edition digipak CD which will contain the bonus track KMAG and three stickers, 180g vinyl and on digital and streaming platforms.

Soto: Origami
1. HyperMania
2. Origami
3. BeLie
4. World Gone Colder
5. Detonate
6. Torn
7. Dance With The Devil
8. AfterGlow
9. Vanity Lane
10. Give In To Me
11. KMAG (Bonus Track)

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The Sons Of Apollo vocalist Jeff Scott Soto will release his new album Origami in May via InsideOut Music. The record will feature the lead single BeLie.

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