Powerhouse Florida quintet Mayday Parade have shared the music video for single
“Angels Die Too,” taken from their new studio album What It Means To Fall Apart,
out now on Rise Records.
Written about helping the people closest to you traverse difficult times in life, “Angels Die Too” sees singer Derek Sanders reflecting on the friends that have been lost to suicide.
Derek comments, “We were outside of Detroit filming the music video for “Kids Of Summer” which is supposed to have fun summer vibes. It was raining one day and we couldn’t shoot, so we decided to take advantage and shoot a quick video for “Angels Die Too” which is totally not fun summer vibes. We hope you enjoy it!”
What It Means To Fall Apart arrived last November and saw Mayday Parade reunite with longtime producers/collaborators Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount. The record follows 2018’s Sunnyland LP, the band’s 6th full-length album which has accrued 82+ MILLION streams and took the band to five continents. Since debuting with 2007’s certified GOLD album, A Lesson in Romantics, the band has sold over 1.7 MILLION albums in the US alone, steadily amassing their worldwide following.
Buy/Stream the album here
Mayday Parade will be touring Australia in April along with Real Friends and Aussie Alt-rock Duo, Those Who Dream. The band will be celebrating the 11th anniversary of their Self-Titled, thrid album, 2011’s Mayday Parade, by performing it IN FULL along with a stack of fan favourites from their stellar discography including tracks from their latest album
What It Means To Fall Apart,
Released in 2011, Mayday Parade features huge singles, Oh Well, Oh Well and When You See My Friends as well as their classic piano driven ballad, Stay, the video for which is closing in on 12 million views!
Mayday Parade‘s energising live shows are definitely not to be missed.
Wednesday, April 20: Metropolis, Perth 18+
Friday, April 22: The Tivoli, Brisbane – Lic/AA
Saturday. April 23: The Roundhouse, Sydney – Lic/AA SOLD OUT
Sunday, April 24: The Roundhouse, Sydney – 18+
Monday, April 25: The Gov, Adelaide – Lic/AA (Public Holiday) SOLD OUT
Thursday, April 28: Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne18+ SOLD OUT
Friday, April 29: Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne 18+ SOLD OUT
Saturday, April 30: Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne – All Ages 2-6pm
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