Bad Wolves have released a new song “Hear Me Now,” featuring female vocalist Diamante. The ballad may come as a surprise to some showcasing a softer side of the band.

The soaring ballad begins with a piano melody behind an electronic beat. Frontman Tommy Vext comes singing the first verse before Diamante chimes in with some beautiful vocal harmonies. The catchy chorus -- which could help the track have major crossover appeal -- is heavy, yet melodic and highlights the duo's powerful vocals. Listen to the song in the player above.

Vext explains the special collaboration with Diamante is “undeniable.” He added, “In the process of recording together, I think we all fell in love with Diamante a little bit. And we think you will too.”

Diamante will open for Bad Wolves and From Ashes To New’s co-headlining tour, which will likely give fans a chance to hear the two powerful singers collaborate on stage. The outing kicks off in Madison, Wis. on June 4. Check out all their tour dates here.

21-year-old Diamante said she is “completely ecstatic and honored” to be featured on the track. She added, “I am in love with everything about the song, which makes me even more excited to go on our tour this summer with them and From Ashes To New!”

Bad Wolves’ timely cover of the classic Cranberries track “Zombie” made waves earlier this year. The band will release their debut album, Disobey, on May 11 via Eleven Seven. It’s available for pre-order here.

Diamante will release her debut album, Coming In Hot, on June 15. For more click here.

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