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Missio releases new song "I See You,"; details upcoming album "The Darker The Weather // The Better The Man"

RCA Records Missio has released a new track called "I See You," which you can download now via digital outlets.

"This song is for all of you who don't feel seen, don't feel heard, those who are addicted, those who are lonely, & those who struggle with anxiety & depression," the band says of "I See You." "We hope that you will see yourselves the way that we see you."

"I See You" will appear on Missio's upcoming sophomore album, The Darker the Weather // The Better the Man, which arrives on April 12.

The album also features the previously released songs "Rad Drugz" and "Temple Priest," though "I See You" is billed as its first official single.

The Darker the Weather follows Missio's 2017 debut album Loner, which spawned the single "Middle Fingers."

Missio will launch a U.S. tour in support of the new album April 2 in Phoenix.

Here's the track list for The Darker the Weather // The Better the Man:

"Temple Priest" feat. Paul Wall & Kota the Friend
"Rad Drugz"
"I See You"
"Misfit Lunatic"
"Audi A4"
"Shimmy" feat. Blackillac
"Do You Still Love Me Like You Used To?" feat. The Wind and the Wave
"Black Roses"
"The Darker the Weather // The Better the Man"
"Esperanza en la Oscuridad"

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