HarvestBloom Signs Ten More Licensing Deals; Announces World Debut for THE NARCISSIST Music Video at the Landmark Theatre in L.A.

HarvestBloom (Silver Spring, MD) announces their band partnership with Christian Edge (Blountville, TN). Christian Edge offers merchandise with faith-based messages and partners with radio stations and bands to promote Christian values.  Not only will HarvestBloom be wearing clothing from the Christian Edge product line, but the two are in talks for Christian Edge to design apparel directly for HarvestBloom.

Last month, HarvestBloom signed ten new licensing deals with E! Entertainment TV, Oxygen Network, A & E Network and MTV/WH1 (The Real World/Road Rules Extreme Challenge) adding to six licensing deals previously inked with The Discovery Communications Network, various sport networks including FOX, NFL Network, ESPN and NASCAR, and several MTV programs including 10 on Top and Rob Drydek’s Fantasy Factory.

In other HarvestBloom news, the band’s music video for THE NARCISSIST will make its world debut at the Landmark Theatre during the 3rd Annual NEW MEDIA FILM FESTIVAL, held June 12th and 13th in Los Angeles, CA. The video is also entered in the festival’s competition, which Linkin Park won last year.   HarvestBloom will walk the red carpet on Tuesday, June 12th and THE NARCISSIST music video will debut in the Landmark Theatre in L.A. on Wednesday, June 13th.

While HarvestBloom is in L.A., they will also be filming an upcoming episode of G Rock, which airs on JCTV on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. PST.

About HarvestBloom:

HarvestBloom has released 4 EPs and 2 music videos.  Their current radio single, THE NARCISSIST was recorded and produced by Tony Correlli of Deep End Recording Studios.  HarvestBloom’s latest Radio Single, THE NARCISSIST spent several months on the Christian Rock Radio Charts peaking at #10 on ChristianRock.net and was added to 153 College Radio stations spending several weeks in the CMJ charts achieving # 3 status at stations like KQAL (Winona, MN).  #9 WMCO (New Concord, OH), #12 KOPN (Columbia, MO), #13 WCCX (Waukesha, WI), #18 WSIA (Staten Island, NY), #19 LASELL (Newton, MA), #21 WGMU (Fairfax, VA) and #4 ADD KTCV (Kennewick, WA)..  Their band’s last radio single, LET IT GO, peaked on the New & Active list on Christian Rock Radio Chart – Billboard Magazine, on September 2, 2011.

About Christian Edge:

Christian Edge exists to bring glorification to Christ, to build a bridge from a world full of sin and deceit to a world of hope and true meaning.  Through the use of media, music, and clothing, Christian Edge spearheads a message of hope, love and products that ooze with cool.  CE currently partners with local and regional bands who share their same passion for Christ, and whose values are in line with living a positive lifestyle.  Through the relentless pursuit of creating tomorrows trends, CE’s business model supports a non-traditional method of delivery by looking past today’s norm and seeking to set themselves apart by truly being and living different.

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