Vocalist Jane Train has assembled some name players to support her on a song by the new band Not By Sight. The track finds Train flanked by Saint Asonia's Corey Lowery, Evanescence's Troy McLawhorn and Sevendust's Morgan Rose and the power of their sound can be heard on the new single "Stand."

"'Stand' is about overcoming adversity in life and using that adversity to strengthen and elevate you," says Train about the song. You can check out a lyric video for the track above. Lowery produced and mixed the cut.

Train has had her fair share of adversity, having knocked around the music industry in a few different roles over the years. She joined her first band at the age of 12 and began playing clubs as part of a Led Zeppelin cover band while in high school. She eventually formed the group Little Sister for a period before getting into songwriting, working with singer Joe Lynn Turner. She's also supported herself through jingle work and serving as a backing vocalist for Liz Phair.

Eventually crossing paths with Lowery and McLawhorn in 2014 during a run of playing military shows, they decided to record music together. An invite was extended to Rose soon after and the song was born. Meanwhile, Not By Sight are currently working on a new album.

As for the band's touring lineup, Not By Sight has Train and McLawhorn joined by Device guitarist Virus, Call Me No One bassist Rek Mohr and Eye Empire drummer Ryan Bennett. For now, enjoy Not By Sight's "Stand" in the player above and keep an ear out for more music coming from the group.

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