Of Mice & Men —vocalist/bassist Aaron Pauley, guitarist Alan Ashby, drummer Valentino Arteaga, and guitarist Phil Manansala— have shared another new track from their forthcoming and much anticipated album Defy, out January 19 through Rise Records. The song "Money," which is a Pink Floyd cover, premiered via SiriusXM's Octane earlier this week and is now available at all DSPs.
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3rd April Russia, Moscow Glavclub (no Wage War / Sylar)
5th April Belgium, Antwerp Trix
6th April Netherlands, Amsterdam Melkweg
7th April Germany, Hamburg Markthalle
9th April Denmark, Copenhagen Pumpehuset
10th April Germany, Berlin Columbia Theater
11th April Poland, Warsaw Proxima
13th April Austria, Vienna Arena
14th April Switzerland, Soloturn Kofmehl
15th April Germany, Munich Technikum
17th April Germany, Frankfurt Batschkapp
18th April Germany, Cologne Essigfabrik
19th April France, Paris Trabendo
21st April Bristol, UK O2 Academy
22nd April Glasgow, UK O2 ABC
23rd April Manchester, UK O2 Ritz
25th April Birmingham, UK O2 Institute
26th April Norwich, UK UEA
27th April London, UK Koko
29th April Ireland, Dublin Academy
30th April Ireland, Belfast Mandela Hall
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Album Defy was produced by Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Three Days Grace, Skillet, The All-American Rejects) and mixed by Chris Lord Alge (Green Day, Breaking
Benjamin, Shinedown, Rise Against).
Of Mice & Men have previously teased the forthcoming album with singles "Defy", "Unbreakable" and "Back to Me." and "Warzone". Those songs have clocked over 7 million Spotify streams and 5 million YouTube/VEVO views in six months. Loudwire described the new material as "soaring," while Billboard, Alternative Press, and more featured the tracks.
Over the course of nearly a decade, Of Mice & Men have steadily risen to the top of the genre's ranks, hitting No. 1 on Billboard's Rock and Independent Charts and No. 4 on the genre-spanning Top 200.
The band has also racked up close to 5 million social media followers, along with a following so dedicated that it's practically disciple-like in its fandom. Through the years, they've shared stages with artists such as Metallica, Linkin Park, Slipknot, and Queens of the Stone Age, holding their own all the while winning over new fans with each performance.
Defy Track Listing:
3. Back to Me
8. How Will You Live
9. On The Inside
11. Forever YDG'n
12. If We Were Ghosts