Of Mice & Men have released a music video for their brand new song, ‘Unbreakable’ which marks the beginning of a new era for the band as they begin life without founding member and lead vocalist, Austin Carlile.
The lead singer had to make the difficult decision of stepping away from the band citing the pain he was experiencing due to a connective tissue disorder, Marfan Syndrome as too much for him to perform to the best of his abilities.
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The accompanying video for the track gives fans the chance to see the band’s new lead singer and bassist, Aaron Pauley front and centre as the band gear up for a summer packed with festival appearances which include a slot on the UK’s Download festival bill.
“We’re incredibly excited for the world to hear our brand new song, ‘Unbreakable,’ which is all about staring fear in the face, overcoming fear’s ability to keep you stagnant, and telling it where it stands,” says Pauley. “Through this transitional time, we’ve felt the tremendous outpouring of love, encouragement, and support from our fans around the world, and we can’t wait to see you all soon. None of this would be possible without you, and we thank you all, endlessly.”
Though it’s always a shame for a band to lose a member under such circumstances, it’s great to see the rest of the gang continue to create music and it’s safe to say the future of the band is in good hands.
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