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SINK THE SHIP Release New Video For 'Everything' ft Levi Benton (Miss May I)




SINK THE SHIP has just released the striking new video for “Everything," which comes of the group's much anticipated new album, Persevere. The new effort comes out April 27th via SharpTone Records. The clip also features Levi Benton (Miss May I) on vocals, so check it out here: https://youtu.be/vFrBKDOkJBY




Persevere is now available for pre-order: www.sinktheshipband.com

Colton (vocals) states: "This is the first song we wrote for the album. I’ve been stoked on it since day one. When we found out Levi was down to co-op on it, we knew it was gonna be something even more special than originally. This song hits home for me and I hope it finds anybody who has ever found themselves in a toxic relationship. We’re gonna be playing this song every night of our upcoming tour with Settle Your Scores and Telltale m/, so we hope to see you all soon."

Levi Benton further adds: "I am so excited to be a part of SINK THE SHIP's debut album. I have been hearing about them for some time now and when they asked me to do a track I couldn’t miss out. Not only are we label-mates, but they are Ohio boys too. We have to stick together and what better way than to contribute to their album and on such a great track. Being a part of the video was the best part because we actually got to hang out and talk about being musicians in Ohio. This record is nothing but diverse and creative and I am happy to see Sink The Ship keeping Ohio on the map!"

SINK THE SHIP erupted into the underground heavy music scene with their energetic, bold and bright post-hardcore and pop-punk infused blend of metalcore in 2012—and since then, they've been sailing stronger and stronger with each passing year. Within two years' time, the band would release their debut effort, Reflections, a riveting—albeit rough around the edges—EP that spoke volumes to the band's dedication to creating music true to themselves and worth its weight in powerful, emotive passion. With tales of adversity, animosity and inspiration aplenty, SINK THE SHIP are a prominent, powerhouse of a band making monstrous waves in the coming year.

SINK THE SHIP head out on tour with label mates SETTLE YOUR SCORES next month in the US - tour dates below:
April 15th - Indianapolis, IN at Irving Theater
April 18th - St. Louis, MO at Fubar
April 19th - Cedar Rapids, IA at The Hive
April 20th - Burnsville, MN at The Garage
April 24th - Raleigh, NC at Imurj
April 25th - Falls Church, VA at VFW 9274
April 26th - Baltimore, MD at Malibu Beach Bar
April 27th - Erie, PA at Basement Transmissions
April 28th - Cleveland, OH at The Foundry
April 30th - Pittsburgh, PA at Black Forge Coffee
May 1st - Buffalo, NY at Stamps
May 2nd - Brooklyn, NY at Gold Sounds
May 3rd - Amityville, NY at Revolution Music Hall
May 5th - Richmond, VA at Canal Club
May 8th - Marietta, GA at Swayze's
May 9th - Gainesville, FL at High Dive
May 10th - Hudson, FL at What We Live For Studios
May 11th - Daytona Beach, FL at Rokbar
May 13th - Greensboro, NC at New York Pizza


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