Human Anyway – Cry Me A River
After 10 years in existence, Human Anyway is working on the release of their 4th album with their first single, "Cry Me A River," a rock cover of Justin Timberlake’s hit song.
Human Anyway was formed in a small apartment in Springfield, Missouri, when three guys joined together to create music reflecting life events, the struggles and successes, and the ride that we take long the way.
After their 2012 and 2013 radio success of "Break Free," which dealt with depression, and international play of their song and video "Truth in Lies," which addressed the issues of bullying and self-esteem, the band released "Not Ordinary" in 2016. "Not Ordinary" was written in one night after lead singer Zac Rantz needed to release some frustration and anger.
Building on the success of past songs, the group took their tight harmonies and modern rock style and put their focus into 2018 by covering "Cry Me A River" and updating their song "Chaos."
Having opened for great bands like Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Disciple, KJ-52, Loftland, and Silversyde, Human Anyway not only releases great music, but also brings a high-energy show as well.
One of the band’s favorite awards came from WTYT 960 in 2017. Their "Truth In Lies" video received the "Most Likely To Inspire A Kid To Be A Rock Star."
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