Alice Cooper 's overall vibe may be one that revels in darkness and horror, but the shock rock master is never without a message. On the new song "Don't Give Up," the message Cooper tries to relay to a world reeling in the midst of a pandemic is one of strength and perseverance. At the end of April, Alice Cooper solicited photos from fans who wished to make an appearance in the then forthcoming music video. The frontman released the lyrics to "Don't Give Up" in advance and implored fans to send in images of themselves holding a sign bearing a word from the song. Now, the singer has compiled dozens of the 20, submissions in the music video, which features him placed in the center of a computer-generated globe as fans make appearances on select panels within the globe and in the background. Life has a way of surviving and going on and on Do we fear it? Do we cower before it? Hell no.
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Vincent Damon Furnier born February 4, , better known by his stage name Alice Cooper ,  is an American singer, songwriter, and actor whose career spans over 50 years. With a raspy voice and a stage show that features numerous props, including pyrotechnics, guillotines, electric chairs, fake blood, reptiles, baby dolls, and dueling swords, Cooper is considered by music journalists and peers to be "The Godfather of Shock Rock ". He has drawn equally from horror films , vaudeville , and garage rock to pioneer a macabre and theatrical brand of rock designed to shock audiences.
I said, 'Let's make it really encouraging, not doom and gloom. For the video, Cooper invited fans to send in photos of themselves holding signs with one word from the lyrics. We got so many it was ridiculous. We keep busy around here.
Legendary rocker Alice Cooper will launch a new song called "Don't Give Up" on May 15 and he's calling on fans to be a part of this special track. Share a photo or video of you holding a sign featuring a word from the song's lyrics and you could be in the final video. Said Alice : " I know these times are hard, but there is hope. I wrote a new song, 'Don't Give Up', I want my minions to be a part of this special song. How and what to submit: Select one word from the lyrics and take a photo or video of yourself holding a sign with that word in big, bold letters. Alice will pick the best ones to feature in the video. The bigger the sign, the better.