MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE are set to premiere their brand new video for their single ‘King Of The Hopeless’ tomorrow on Metal Injection!

“King Of The Hopeless” is the third video from their sophomore album ‘Lost Boy’. ‘Lost Boy’ released in June of 2010 and has sold over 13,000 units to date.

The music video features the band performing in a wheat field with a young boy being followed by a black hooded ghost. Directed by Daniel Chesnut (Norma Jean, Owl City), MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE partner with the director again who previously worked on the band’s ‘Crimson Grim’ music video. As the New Year begins, the band is en route for some exciting opportunities.

Don’t forget to catch MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE while on the road with HASTE THE DAY in their farewell tour across the US and Canada. Beginning in St. Paul, MN on January 28th and ending on March 10th in Louisville, KY.

Also, check out MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE in Europe with THE CHARIOT. The tour kicks off March 17th in Glasgow, Scotland and ends March 31st in Cologne, Germany.

MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE W/ HASTE THE DAY

Jan. 28 – St. Paul, MN – Station 4
Jan. 29 – Des Moines, IA – Vaudeville Mews

Jan. 30 – Wichita, KS – Oz Café
Jan. 31 – Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
Feb. 1 – Salt Lake City, UT – Club Sound

Feb. 3 – Seattle, WA – El Corazon

Feb. 4 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater

Feb. 5 – Orangevale, CA – The Boardwalk

Feb. 7 – Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
Feb. 8 – San Diego, CA – Soma Sidestage

Feb. 9 – Mesa, AZ – Nile Theatre
Feb. 11 – Lubbock, TX – JAKE’S Sports Café

Feb. 12 – Dallas, TX – The Door

Feb. 13 – Austin, TX – Emo’s

Feb. 13 – San Antonio, TX – White Rabbit
Feb. 15 – Houston, TX – Warehouse Live

Feb. 16 – Pensacola, FL – American Legion Post 33
Feb. 18 – St. Petersburg, FL – State Theatre

Feb. 19 – Orlando, FL – The Social

Feb. 20 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade

Feb. 21 – Birmingham, AL – Zydeco

Feb. 22 – Memphis, TN – New Daisy Theatre

Feb. 23 – St. Louis, MO – Fubar

Feb. 24 – Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge

Feb. 25 – Peabody’s DownUnder – Cleveland, OH

Feb. 26 – Detroit, MI – Magic Stick

Feb. 27 – Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar

Mar. 1 – Montreal, QC – Underworld

Mar. 2 – London, ON – Rum Runners/London Music Hall

Mar. 3 – Toronto, ON – The Annex Wreck Room

Mar. 4 – Syracuse, NY – The Lost Horizon

Mar. 5 – Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church

Mar. 6 – New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre

Mar. 7 – Richmond, VA – Canal Club

Mar. 9 – Columbus, OH – The Basement

Mar. 10 – Louisville, KY – Expo Five

MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE W/ THE CHARIOT

Mar. 17 – Glasgow, Scotland, UK – Cathouse
Mar. 18 – Manchester, UK – Moho Live

Mar. 19 – Nottingham, UK – Rock City Basement

Mar. 20 – Manchester, UK – Academy 3
Mar. 21 – Camden Town, UK – Underworld

Mar. 22 – Paris, FR – Maroquinerie
Mar. 23 – Antwerp, BE – Trix

Mar. 24 – Eindhoven, NL – Effenaar
Mar. 25 – Hamburg, DE – Hafenklang
Mar. 26 – Stuttgart, DE – Universum
Mar. 27 – Munster, DE – Sputnikhalle
Mar. 28 – Munich, DE – Backstage Club

Mar. 30 – Zurich, DE – Dynamo Club Werk 21

Mar. 31 – Cologne, DE – Underground

For more information on MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE, please visit these sites:

http://www.myspace.com/mychildrenmybride
http://www.myspace.com/crimsonmanagement

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