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Thousand Foot Krutch ‘Born This Way’ – Crank It or Yank It?

As Thousand Foot Krutch prepare to release OXYGEN: INHALE August 26, the band give us a little something to chew on with “Born This Way”.

Speaking with Loudwire, frontman Trevor McNevan had this to say about the tune: “We were made to be who we are, and every one of us is unique. We’re wired the way we are for a reason. We were all created equal and this song is an anthem for everyone who’s tired of being someone they’re not, or has to dumb down who they are for someone else. Be yourself, you’re the best version of you.”

Give “Born This Way” a spin and make your recommendation in the below poll.

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