An Anthem For The Young At Heart

The Girl Who Destroys

Three Words

Shine

What Matters Most

Conviction

The Good Life

The Best Mistakes

We Can’t Fake This

Burden’s Of The Past

Something To Be Said

Forever

AMBER PACIFIC, does that name sound familiar?  Well it should!  Starting off as just a group of friends in Seattle, Washington simply wanting to follow in the footsteps of their heroes Blink 182, New Found Glory, The Starting Line, and Jimmy Eat World, AMBER PACIFIC quickly became one of the most talked about young bands of the genre.  They took the US by storm stealing the show at both Bamboozles, performing on four consecutive Van’s Warped Tours, selling 150,000 in the US alone… but… where did they go?

Who cares!  The important thing is that they’re back with a brand new vocalist, second guitarist, and a new record, Virtues.  The songwriting, created primarily by founding member, Will Nutter, has grown tremendously and while the last record, Truth In Sincerity, hinted that the band could write commercial rock songs, this record proves AMBER PACIFIC v2.0 is on a whole new level.

AMBER PACIFIC will be releasing brand new songs off the upcoming album exclusively on www.AmberPacific.org along with daily special video content.

Get ready for the return of… AMBER PACIFIC.

www.myspace.com/amberpacific | www.victoryrecords.com | www.victorypresscenter.com

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