Rise To Remain announce the release of their new single and video 'Talking In Whispers' on 9th April. Showcasing the powerful songwriting skills that the band have honed over the past couple of years, 'Talking In Whispers' is a passionate slice of epic rock that sees the band flex their radio-friendly muscles alongside the likes of Young Guns, The Blackout, Lostprophets and Deaf Havana.
Featuring a brand new video shot around the band's native London streets, the track is taken from the band's critically acclaimed debut album 'City Of Vultures' and is the latest step in Rise To Remain's remarkable ascendancy to the heights of British rock. You can watch the new video at the bottom of this page.
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The band have just completed their biggest UK headline tour to date and as a thank-you to their fans are giving away a free live MP3 of the towering album-closing track 'Bridges Will Burn', which was recorded in Bercy, Paris 28th June 2011.
To get this exclusive track fans just have to sign up to the band's mailing list on Facebook (www.facebook.com/risetoremain) where they will also receive an exclusive 20% discount code with their free download, to redeem against any version of 'City Of Vultures' (CD/download/tshirt bundle) from the band's official store. Existing mailing list members just need to resubmit the form online to get the free download.
Rise To Remain have been busy recording new material for the forthcoming US release of 'City Of Vultures' in June. Fans in the rest of the world will be able to buy these tracks in the form of a very special EP to be announced soon.
For the fourth year running Rise To Remain have been invited to play the Download Festival in June, this year graduating to a well-deserved mainstage slot, where they open the festival with all guns blazing. They will also be hitting the road across the USA on the legendary Vans Warped Tour which sees them play 40 different cities in North America over the space of three months.
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