(Lodi, CA) – Post-hardcore band A Skylit Drive has revealed an acoustic video of their song “Save Me Tragedy.” The tune is off their newest album Rise that was released last year via Tragic Hero Records and mark’s the group’s fourth full-length. The record was produced by Cameron Mizell (Sleeping with Sirens, Memphis May Fire), Kit Walters (Letlive, He Is Legend, Alesana), Mitch Marlow (Filter, In This Moment) and Jim Wirt (Incubus, Something Corporate, The Rocket Summer).
“‘Rise’ is a structurally mature and vocally driven album. The subtleties in the framework of vocals and instrumentals give the album it’s distinct character that it obviously possesses. New and long-time fans will fall in love, and will become strangely addicted with the satisfying sound that A Skylit Drive has executed with ‘Rise.‘”
– Breakdown Music Press
Stay tuned for a big announcement from the band!
ABOUT A SKYLIT DRIVE:
Great vision, that’s what it takes to refuse to rest on previous success and instead focus on what you need to become in the future, which is exactly what Lodi, California’s A Skylit Drive continues to achieve with every album. Vocalist Michael “Jag” Jagmin, guitarist Nick Miller, bassist/screamer Brian White, drummer Cory La Quay and keyboardist Kyle Simmons, officially exploded onto the scene in 2007 with their EP She Watched the Sky. They followed that release up with three full-length albums titled Wires and the Concept of Breathing, Adelphia and Identity on Fire, which all charted on the Billboard Top 200, and their live DVD Let Go of the Wires.
A Skylit Drive has toured extensively with similar artists like Blessthefall, Sleeping with Sirens, Pierce the Veil, and Of Mice & Men; as well as contributing songs to the well known compilations Punk Goes Classic Rock and Punk Goes Pop Vol 4. A Skylit Drive’s musical resume would be enough of a career for most bands, but they have no intentions of slowing down. In fact, the band believes they are just hitting their stride. They released their new album Rise to critical acclaim and assured their fans that this was just a taste of things to come. It joins the essential characteristics of A Skylit Drive’s signature sound heard on Wires and the Concept of Breathing while showcasing a wide spectrum of tones, textures and song structure.