So They Say have revealed 3 new members to the band and also added 3 new songs on their myspace page. A new band name and page changes are going to take effect once the band takes their upcoming promo pictures.
I know it's a busy time for new music, but we've got you another ABSOLUTExclusive for So They Say. The band's new full-length Life in Surveillance hits stores October 9th, but you can jump to the band's AP Profile to stream three brand new songs.
So They Say are offering fans a behind-the-scenes look at the making of their new music video for "Wake Me Up." The video can be seen in the replies. The group are currently preparing for the release of their next full-length effort, Life in Surveillance, which is scheduled for release on October 9th via Fearless Records.
So They Say's forthcoming, full-length release, Life in Surveillance, is now available for pre-order courtesy of various retailers. The purchase of each pre-order will come packaged with a four-track bonus disc, a poster, and stickers. The album is scheduled for release on October 9th via Fearless Records.
Haste The Day is on the road with Atreyu, It Dies Today, and So They Say until mid-October. The band then joins up with As I Lay Dying, All That Remains, and Through The Eyes Of The Dead until the end of November. Dates are in the replies.
So They Say are offering fans a sneak-peek at their new music video for "Wake Me Up," which was directed by Dan Dobi. You can find pictures from the shoot in the replies. The track is taken from the group's upcoming release, Life in Surveillance, which is due out on October 9th via Fearless Records.
01. Just Forget My Name 02. These Nights Are Long
03. Wake Me Up
04. An Apology
05. I Won't Tell
06. Whisper Of Sin
07. You're Welcome
08. Close Range
09. A Defeated Acomplishment
10. Hand Of God
11. Nuclear Sunrise
So They Say has posted a new track entitled “Wake Me Up” from their upcoming album Life In Surveillance, right here. The album was produced by Matt Hyde (No Doubt, Sum-41) and will be hitting stores this fall. Behind the scenes footage is also available on the link.
So They Say has posted a studio video and interview on their myspace page. They are currently in the studio recording the follow-up to last year's Antidote for Irony. The currently-untitled release will be produced by Matt Hyde (No Doubt, Strung Out), and will hit stores this fall.
So They Say will hit the studio this week to record the follow-up to last year's Antidote for Irony. The currently-untitled release will be produced by Matt Hyde (No Doubt, Strung Out), and should be in stores this summer. In tour news, the band will be playing Warped Tour from July 28th to August 25th.