ESCAPE THE FATE Spread Global Message of Self-Love With New ‘I Am Human’ Video

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RELEASE NEW VIDEO
‘I AM HUMAN’
WATCH HERE

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NORTH AMERICAN TOUR WITH SLAVES (U.S.) 
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Escape The Fate have released their latest music video, ‘I Am Human’. Directed by Robyn August and shot in Los Angeles, the video strives to send a poignant, global message of self-love and acceptance of others as it showcases stories from all walks of life.

“This video and song mean a lot to me. Having gone through abuse myself and suffering from mental health issues, I want people to know that you can come out stronger and by being more accepting of one another, we can do that together.” Frontman Craig Mabbitt explains, “We all have a story to tell. We can all try harder to live our lives from a place of love and understanding. We all have these abilities because we are all human. ‘I Am Human’ is my testament to that.”

Throughout the next month Escape The Fate will also be utilizing the crowdsourcing content app Cinebody to create with their fans around the world and share their stories of what makes us all human.

Inspired by the band’s new single and official video, fans now have the opportunity to participate in the creation of the ‘I Am Human 2’ video, by using the app to upload their stories about what makes them human. Video submissions will be accepted until October 15th, with prizes along the way for the outstanding video of the week, leading up to the release of the fan filmed music video.

Joining is easy. Simply:
1. Download Cinebody on the App Store
2. Sign up with Email or Facebook
3. Enter code ‘human’
4. Start filming

Android user? No problem!
1. Visit Pro.cinebody.com
2. Sign up with Email or Facebook
3. Enter code ‘human’
4. Upload from your camera roll

Escape the Fate will embark on a North American co-headline tour with California post-hardcore outfit Slaves, featuring support from Famous Last Words, Picturesque, and Set to StunFor tickets, VIP packages and more information, visit www.escapethefate.com

The new album I Am Human is out now via Better Noise Records and is available to stream here – http://smarturl.it/etfiamhuman

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ESCAPE THE FATE Release ‘Broken Heart’ Video Ahead Of New Album

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RELEASE THE MUSIC VIDEO FOR
‘BROKEN HEART’
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TAKEN FROM THE BRAND NEW ALBUM
I AM HUMAN
OUT MARCH 30TH VIA BETTER NOISE RECORDS
(PRE-ORDER)

American rock band Escape the Fate are excited to share the music video for their latest single ‘Broken Heart’, which features on the forthcoming studio album I Am Human, out March 30th via better Noise Record/Eleven Seven.

Directed by Frankie Nasso (Body Count, Steel Panther) and featuring an array of stunning camera work, the video for ‘Broken Heart’ pairs its slick production quality with the intense theme of the track which tackles the inner, emotional tug-of-war of a romantic breakup and the gratifying relief of finally moving on.

WATCH ‘BROKEN HEART’ ON YOUTUBE HERE

Having recently completed their UK/European headline tour, Escape The Fate are now set to return to Northern America for a number of headline appearances, dates supporting labelmates Papa Roach, as well as a run of shows in Australia and New Zealand celebrating the 10-year anniversary of their classic album, This War Is Ours. Tickets for all dates are on sale now with more info to be found on Escape the Fate’s official website HERE.

The new album I Am Human was produced by GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer Howard Benson [My Chemical Romance, Adam Lambert], and sees an evolution of Escape the Fate’s sound that brings the band back to the excitement of their roots.

People will always undoubtedly bond over the experiences of love, loss, and life. On the new album, Escape The Fate transmit a raw, real, and relatable narrative through airtight songcraft, lyrical honesty, and stadium-worthy delivery indicative of a shared human experience.

“I hope this album can be the soundtrack to good times and memories our fans create,” says lead vocalist Craig Mabbit. “I hope they get their own emotions out singing these songs with us at shows. I hope it’s part of the healing process. That’s what these stories do for us.”

I Am Human is available to pre-order now HERE, and you can check out the lyric videos to the new tracks ‘Do You Love Me?’, ‘I Am Human’ and ‘Empire’ below.

WATCH: ‘DO YOU LOVE ME?’ (YOUTUBE)
WATCH: ‘I AM HUMAN’ (YOUTUBE)
WATCH: ‘EMPIRE’ (YOUTUBE)

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DIAMANTE Reveals Thelma And Louise Inspired Video For ‘Had Enough’

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REVEALS THELMA AND LOUISE 
INSPIRED VIDEO FOR
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Made in support of the #MeToo movement with an all female team, it pays tribute to the classic female friendship road trip film

 “I think especially in today’s social climate, it’s both important and powerful to be able to tell the world ‘I’ve had enough, I’m pissed off, and it’s time for change.” – Diamante

Had Enough‘ follows Diamante’s ‘Coming In Hot‘ official video
which has now been streamed more than 1 million times

Diamante has been making a big noise. With a series of feisty, well-received singles…the anthemic ‘Had Enough’ [is] a perfectly timed cover of a song originally released by English alt-rockers Lower Than Atlantis in 2016. – Team Rock (She Rocks Campaign, 2018)

As her sultry and show-stopping video for ‘Coming In Hot‘ crosses 1 Million YouTube streams, 21-year-old Diamante shows she’s more than meets the eye in the brand new video for her female empowerment video anthem ‘Had Enough‘.

Shot on location in Palm Springs CA, Diamante enlisted an all-female team to create the ultimate gal-pal road trip video, which pays homage to the classic pissed-off-chick-flick Thelma and Louise. Taking the desert by storm alongside actress Mackenna Johnson, the video features a behind-the scenes cast including Director/Producer Sofia Lane, production crew Rose Lu and Alyssa Mordal, and camera work by Tania Espinosa Cueva. Each woman is up-and-coming in her respective field.

“It’s critical to see more women at the top of fields traditionally dominated by men,” explains Diamante on her decision to hire women for this shoot. “But in order to do that, we need to give women a chance to get their foot in the door. It was very important to me to create opportunities for other women in the making of this video”

Originally recorded by Lower Than Atlantis, Diamante decided to put her stamp on the song because the strong lyrical content struck a chord. “Something about its unapologetic honesty really captivated me. I think that level of honesty and bluntness of being able to tell the world: ‘Hey! I’m pissed off!’ is very powerful and something that music has been craving, especially in today’s climate”

Had Enough‘ is the fourth track released from her forthcoming debut record due out later this year on Better Noise Records, following ‘Haunted‘, ‘Sleepwalking‘ and the breakout track ‘Coming In Hot‘. Produced by Howard Benson [Chris Cornell, Kelly Clarkson, My Chemical Romance, Halestorm], the upcoming collection brings to light a signature sound the artist has been developing meticulously since age 13. With her edgy style, sultry vocals, pop sensibility, and unabashed swagger, the Mexican-Italian-American solo artist draws from myriad influences and calls to mind legends from a spectrum of rock icons including Joan Jett, Pat Benatar, Debbie Harry, Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, and Bowie.

Read Diamante’s interview with Team Rock on the making of the ‘Had Enough‘ video HERE.

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