Ivoryline’s music video for “Instincts” has been selected as one of mtvU’s Freshman Five and is up for voting to get into regular rotation on the network.

Fans are encouraged to vote as many times as they’d like on the site as voting is unlimited until the winner is announced on Friday, October 29th.

The video directed by Van Blumreich first premiered in September on the band’s Facebook page. “Instincts” is a song off the band’s new album VESSELS which is available in stores and online now and can be downloaded at iTunes and Amazon MP3.

In support of VESSELS, Ivoryline is currently on the road. For more information and tickets, please visit Ivoryline’s MySpace page.

Dates are as follows:

29 Oct – Cordova, TN Hope Church *
30 Oct – Birmingham, AL Valleydale Church *
31 Oct – Springfield, MO Remington Complex *
02 Nov – Reno, NV Sparks Nazarene Church +
04 Nov – Victorville, CA Victorville Event Center +
05 Nov – Gilbert, AZ Sun Valley Community Church +
09 Nov – Brooklyn Park, MN Living World Center +
10 Nov – Oshkosh, WI University of Wisconsin, Titan Underground +
11 Nov – South Bend, IN Church of the Heartland +
13 Nov – Greensburg, PA Word Of Life Church +
04 Dec – Ennepetal, Germany Christmas Rock Night 2010
31 Dec – Belle Fourche, SD Belle Fourche Area Community Center
15 Jan – Phoenix, AZ Castles N’ Coasters

* with Thousand Foot Krutch and Disciple
+ with The Almost and Seabird

In a modern music world of neon and auto-tune, Ivoryline have set themselves apart with a clear vision for themselves, their music and what they represent. VESSELS drives the heart of their pop-rock sound to a more mature and diverse level, taking forward with it the deeper meaning from the band. The album is their sophomore full-length, following 2008’s THERE CAME A LION.

Ivoryline is Jeremy Gray (vocals), Dusty Kittle (guitar), Robert Woodward (bass) and Wesley Hart (drums).


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