Halestorm has released a music video for their single “Dear Daughter” off their album, Into The Wild Life. “I’m hoping that through this song, I can spread the inspiration and empowerment that has been instilled in me,” said HALESTORM lead singer Lzzy Hale about the video. “Carve your own path, ladies (and little gents too). I’m living proof that nothing in life is impossible.” To celebrate LZZY HALE went live on Halestorm’s FB page to sing “Dear Daughter” live.

In honor of Mother’s Day, HALESTORM is encouraging fans to post photos of their mothers and/or daughters with their own stories of encouragement and the hashtag #DearDaughter.

 

“‘DEAR DAUGHTER’ IS A SONG OF SELF LOVE AND
EMPOWERMENT FOR WOMEN. IT WAS INSPIRED BY MY
PARENTS’ ENCOURAGING WORDS WHEN I WAS A CHILD. I WAS
VERY LUCKY TO GROW UP KNOWING I COULD BE ANYTHING I
WANT TO BE IN THIS LIFE. I AM NOW LIVING MY DREAM AND
THIS SONG IS MY WAY OF PASSING THE TORCH TO THIS NEXT
GENERATION OF MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS AND SISTERS WHO
WILL SOON RULE THIS WORLD.” – LZZY HALE

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