Def Leppard have shared “Take What You Need,” the most recent tune from their upcoming album Diamond Star Halos. The tune opens in basic Def Leppard vogue, with clear guitar arpeggios and constructing drums giving approach to a large, crunchy lead riff.
“From two totally different worlds / We come crashing in / It is like an ideal storm,” Joe Elliott sings. “Nonetheless shoulder to shoulder / Soldier to soldier / So simply convey it on.”
You may hear it beneath.
“Take What You Need” is the second tune launched upfront of Diamond Star Halos, following the debut single “Kick.” The twelfth studio album of Def Leppard’s profession arrives on Might 27.
Beforehand, Elliott defined what continues motivating his band to launch new materials. “We have all the time stated that what we have to attempt to obtain earlier than we kick all of it within the head or we’re gone is to be bracketed among the many greats: Lennon–McCartney, Jagger–Richards, Ray Davies, Pete Townshend,” he defined in 2021. “We in all probability by no means will, however we’re by no means gonna cease attempting.
“We’re not interested by attempting to be some second division, ‘Oh, that’ll do’ form of factor,” he continued. “It is like if anyone fails climbing Mount Everest: In the event that they’re that determined, then they will strive once more subsequent yr. That is how we really feel about what we do, so we’re simply gonna strive our greatest, once more, and maintain going for it.”
Def Leppard will hit the street this summer season for his or her long-awaited Stadium Tour alongside Motley Crue, Poison and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. The trek, which had been postponed a number of occasions as a result of pandemic, is scheduled to kick off on June 16 in Atlanta. Members of Def Leppard have already revealed that songs from Diamond Star Halos will probably be integrated into their Stadium Tour set lists.
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