Starting the release party early, Hawk Nelson debuts their music video today for their No. 1 radio single and title track  “Crazy Love.” Fans can watch the John Reuben produced music video at Vevo.com here.  Next Tuesday, Hawk Nelson will release their fifth studio album, Crazy Love, on Tooth & Nail Records / BEC Recordings.

Early reviews are already touting this release:

“This convicted foursome extends loads of grace to anxious adolescents thanks to their hyper-kinetic, spiritually sensitive performances.”
– CCM Magazine 4 star review

Crazy Love is looking to rank as a must-own…”
– JesusFreakHideout .com Pre-Order Worthy

“‘Ultimately a worthy addition to their discography.”
– TheAlbumProject .net

“The band seems to really embrace and connect with the motive behind their music more and more as each new album releases.”
-HollywoodTheRightWay .com

“‘Crazy Love’ has quickly become my all-time favorite song by this great band and I am very convicted by the great lyrics.”
– NewReleaseTuesday .com
“As a parent of three children 10 and under, I love that Hawk Nelson can provide music which we can all enjoy. While the kids like the songs for their fast beats and catchy lyrics, I enjoy knowing that they are hearing a message of all-out love for our Savior.”
– Aaron Conrad, blogger (aaronconrad. com)

Crazy Love has already produced a 3-week No.1 single with the title track at CHR radio. The single also moved up to No. 23 on the National Christian Audience Chart. Next week, Hawk Nelson will be traveling across the country for street week radio promotions including visits at Air1, WAY-FM Denver, KXOJ/KCXR Tulsa and KSBJ/NGEN Houston.  Hawk Nelson also continues on the REVOLVE tour with dates through April (see dates below).

For more information on the band, visit www.hawknelson.com, follow the band on Twitter at @ HawkNelson and communicate with other fans on Twitter using the hashtag: #crazylove.

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Revolve Tour Dates:
February 4-5         Kansas City, MO
February 18-19     Denver, CO
February 25-26     Phoenix, AZ
March 4-5              Portland, OR
March 11-12          Baltimore, MD
March 18-19         Orlando, FL (Lakeland)
March 25-26         Columbus, OH
April 1-2                Hartford, CT
April 15-16            Ontario, CA

About Hawk Nelson:
This powerhouse, pop rock foursome hailing from Canada has won the hearts of thousands since its debut release. After three stellar studio projects, Hawk Nelson released “Live Life Loud” in 2009.  This release was the third top album on the overall Christian chart, the #18 digital album in the nation, the second digital album on the Christian chart and debuted with eight singles in the Top 200 digital tracks during street week. Recently, Hawk Nelson was also awarded two Canadian GMA awards for Modern Rock/Alternative Song of the Year (“Never Enough”) and Modern Rock/Alternative Album of the Year (Live Life Loud).  Hawk Nelson is a Mocha Club artist.

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