Pop rock outfit KIROS announces the release of the Outlaws and Prodigals EP via Ain’t No Grave Records on September 27th. The three song EP features two new songs off the upcoming 2012 ANGR release, Lay Your Weapons Down , and an exclusive acoustic b-side track. The Outlaws and Prodigals EP is a prime example of how KIROS has perfected their blend of melodic rock, infectious hooks and faith-based lyrics. The EP will be exclusively available on iTunes and while on tour.
In support of the upcoming EP, KIROS will be taking part in the “Music With A Mission Tour” alongside Hawk Nelson, Superchic[k], Firefight, Mikeschair, Manafest, Hyland, Samestate and on select dates, Chasen. The tour kicks off this Thursday, September 1st and runs until October 9th, focusing on the strength of Christian communities through music. KIROS is very excited to be involved. Vocalist Barry MacKichan says, “Thousands of people? Rock’n’roll goodness? A festival atmosphere? Being a part of a cause making the world better? Yeah, we are thrilled to be a part of this year’s ‘Music With A Mission Tour‘!!!” A full list of dates can be seen below, and the Outlaws and Prodigals EP will be available for purchase on all dates.
“Music With A Mission” Tour
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