Through It All

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"Through It All"
Single by From Ashes to New
from the album Downfall EP and Day One
ReleasedNovember 21, 2015
Label Eleven Seven
Songwriter(s) From Ashes to New, Grant McFarland
Producer(s) Grant McFarland
From Ashes to New singles chronology
"Through It All"
"Same Old Story"

"Through It All" is the first single by American band From Ashes to New's Downfall EP and their debut album Day One. The single was first released on November 21, 2015. Since its release, the song has peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Mainstream rock chart. [1]


Music video

A lyric video was premiered on August 10, 2015. [2] The music video was released on November 13, 2015 and was directed by Jim Forster. It features "a young couple going through some highs and lows in their relationship". [3] [4]


Chart (2016)Peak
US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs ( Billboard ) [5] 41
US Rock Airplay ( Billboard ) [6] 35

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