Of Mice & Men have released their brand new song Unbreakable and a video to accompany the Howard Benson produced tune.
Benson has been nominated for a Grammy in the past and has worked with bands such as Sepultura and My Chemical Romance. It was mixed by Muse and Deftones veteran Chris Lord-Alge and mastered by Chris Athens, who has worked with Drake and Ozzy Osbourne.
“We’re incredibly excited for the world to hear our brand new song, which is all about staring fear in the face, overcoming fear’s ability to keep you stagnant and telling it where it stands,” said bassist and vocalist Aaron Pauley.
“Through this transitional time, we’ve felt the tremendous outpouring of love, encouragement, and support from our fans around the world, and we can’t wait to see you all soon. None of this would be possible without you, and we thank you all, endlessly” he continued.
Unbreakable is Of Mice & Men’s first new music since the departure of vocalist Austin Carlile, whose ongoing battle with Marfan syndrome forced him to leave the band at the end of last year.
The band will be making their UK comeback by playing Download Festival 9th-11th June at Donnington Park.
Over the course of their career the southern California-based outfit have made it to the top of Billboard’s Rock and Independent chart as well as fourth place on their Top 200.
Of Mice & Men have also hit over 150 million Spotify streams as well as 20 million YouTube views and close to 5 million social media followers. They’ve racked up over 153 million Spotify streams, and shared stages with artists such as Metallica, Linkin Park and Queens of the Stone Age.
Fans of the band and their genre will be watching them carefully to see how the band adjust and adapt to the loss of Carlile, and this marks the first chapter in their new journey.