AMBER PACIFIC has recently released their fantastic new single, “Three Words“, at your favorite digital retailer. The hook-filled lead track is taken from the band’s most accomplished work to date, Virtues, which will be in stores everywhere on April 13th. Get your first taste of Virtues now.

The ringtone for AMBER PACIFIC“Three Words” is now available at all the major mobile carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint. You can also get this ringtone sent directly to your mobile phone by texting 3WORDS to 71777.

The AMBER PACIFIC webstore exclusive pre-order package is also available. For only $18, get a brand new t-shirt from the band along with their upcoming album, Virtues. Virtues marks the tremendous return of AMBER PACIFIC‘s creative, hook-laden and infectious pop-songwriting ability. This record proves the band is ready to take things to the next level. If you are a fan of Blink 182, Green Day and Jimmy Eat World, discover the talent and craft that shines on Virtues

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