California rockers Of Mice & Men have announced a North American headlining tour in the fall. Support on the trek will come from For The Fallen Dreams Thousand Below and Bloodbather. Dubbed “The Earth Tour”, it will kick off September 23 in Los Angeles and end on October 19 in Mesa, Arizona.
Of Mice & Men will release its new album, “Earthandsky”, on September 27 via Rise Records. The disc will include the previously released tracks ‘Mushroom Cloud’ and ‘How To Survive’, as well as the newly issued single ‘Earth & Sky’.
“‘Earth & Sky’ is a song about resilience,” says frontman Aaron Pauley. It’s about understanding that you can rise above whatever it is that keeps trying to drag you down, no matter what.
“For me, a lot of the time, I’m writing about battling with my own mind. For you, it may be a person, or an obstacle, or a circumstance,” he continues. “Regardless of whatever it is that’s trying relentlessly to drag you down, I hope this song empowers you to rise above it with authority, like it does me every time I sing it.”
“How To Survive” marked the first taste of new music from the Southern California quartet since last year’s much-praised “Defy” album.