Following a successful and widely-hailed launch of their second single off the Can’t Quit album, “To Give” featuring platinum-selling recording artist Matisyahu, My Silent Bravery has released its third single and official video for the song “Burnt Out (Acoustic).”
The band also announced the release, of a new Deluxe Edition of Can’t Quit (9/27/12), which will feature three previously unreleased tracks, including a remix of “Four Yearz,” produced by Kool Kojak (Flo Rida, Ke$ha, Katy Perry).
Can't Quit, My Silent Bravery’s latest LP, released earlier this year, was produced by Anthony Resta (Collective Soul, Elton John, Shawn Mullins) and features a track with Grammy-nominated recording artist, Matisyahu. The Cant Quit LP is available on iTunes and was nominated for album of the year by Indie Music Digest. The album’s first single and title track also picked up honorable mention for the songwriting competition, Song of the Year. The second single and animated video for “To Give,” featuring Matisyahu, was released in the spring of 2012 and is closing in on a quarter of a million views on YouTube. “Burnt Out (Acoustic)” is the third single and official video from Can’t Quit. The video stars Matthew Wade and actress Arianna Danae and was shot under the direction of Vassili Shields. “Burnt Out” was also recently featured on the 38th Annual People’s Choice Awards.
2012 continues to a busy year for MSB, who have shared the stage with John Waite, Teddy Geiger, Rusted Root and supported the northeast leg of Howie Day's spring tour. MSB will be supporting the release of Can’t Quit Deluxe Edition with shows this fall:
9/28/12 – Boston, MA 9/29/12 – New York, NY 10/3/12 – Fairfield, CT (with John Waite) 10/5/12 – Hartford, CT (with Tyler Hilton)
Imagine Dragons' "Night Visions" is now certified platinum by the RIAA. Night Visions was released on September 4, 2012 and entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at #2 with the best first week sales for a full-length debut by a new rock band in six years.
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