Rockford, IL's The Color Morale have premiered the lyric video for their new song 'Outer Demons,' which is available now on iTunes.
"Outer Demons is the first song released off of 'Hold On Pain Ends'. It's a glimpse into what happened after I absorbed thousands of stories about self sabotage while connecting to people all over the world this last year. This song was not written to be "catchy" rather honest, in a way that connects the listener to something greater than keeping themselves tormented by the inner demons." - Lead singer, Garret Rapp
The band's forthcoming album and Fearless Records debut 'Hold On Pain Ends' is slated for release this autumn. Alternative Press featured the album as one of the Most Anticipated Albums of 2014 and featured lead singer Garret Rapp on the cover of their annual Warped Tour Issue.
The Color Morale is currently tearing across North America on the Vans Warped Tour 2014. They'll be heading back to the UK as support to The Word Alive in October.
THE COLOR MORALE (UK dates w/ The Word Alive):
19.10.14 UK York Fibbers
20.10.14 UK Nottingham Rescue Rooms
21.10.14 UK Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
22.10.14 UK Manchester Sound Control
23.10.14 UK Glasgow Cathouse
24.10.14 UK Norwich Epic Studios
25.10.14 UK Brighton Audio
26.10.14 UK Newcastle o2 Academy2
27.10.14 UK London Underworld
28.10.14 UK Southampton Joiners
THE COLOR MORALE - Garret Rapp (Vocals), Devin King (Guitar), Aaron Saunders (Guitar), Steve Carey (Drums), Mike Honson (Bass) - Known to skillfully combine the elements of intricate musicianship with a passionate message, the Rockford, IL five-piece are masters of their craft. With shredding riffs and soaring choruses, the band puts as much emphasis on the message found in the songs as they do in their sound, and this is what their fans value most. Since their formation in 2007, the band has released three albums to date 'We All Have Demons', 'My Devil In Your Eyes', and 'Know Hope', and have toured with the likes of The Devil Wears Prada, August Burns Red, Of Mice & Men, Attack! Attack! and We Came As Romans.
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