AMBER PACIFIC’s incredible new album, Virtues, is in stores today and available digitally everywhere. Virtues marks the tremendous return of AMBER PACIFIC’s creative, hook-laden and infectious pop-songwriting ability. Virtues, is a refreshing blend of everything you have come to love from AMBER PACIFIC. But, the songs are catchier, the songwriting is more developed and after a few listens you will want to instantly sing along. If you are a fan of Blink 182, Green Day and Jimmy Eat World, discover the fun, yet mature, pop-punk anthems that make up on Virtues. This could easily become your soundtrack to the summer.

Virtues is just $7.99 at Target this week and is also sale priced at these retailers:

Best Buy, iTunes, Walmart, Amazon, Hot Topic, FYE, Zune, ShockHound, etc.

Receive an autographed CD booklet and free poster when you purchase

AMBER PACIFIC’s Virtues at these fine independent retailers:

BULL MOOSE MUSIC (Portland, ME)

MONSTER (Charleston, SC)

DIMPLE RECORDS (Sacramento, CA)

GALLERY OF SOUND (Wilkes-Barre, PA)

RASPUTIN MUSIC (Berkeley, CA)

ZIA RECORD EXCHANGE (Phoenix, AZ)

INDEPENDENT RECORDS (Colorado Springs, CO)

GRAYWHALE (Salt Lake City, UT)

SILVER PLATTERS (Seattle, WA)

SOUND GARDEN (Baltimore, MD)

VINTAGE VINYL (Fords, NJ)

THE EXCLUSIVE COMPANY (Milwaukee, WI)

THE EDGE (Streetsboro, OH)

MUSIC ACCESS (Dallas, TX)

ROLLING STONES (Norridge, IL)

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