Madison, Alabama’s own MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE are poised to release their sophomore effort for Solid State Records on June 8th, 2010.

The new full length, entitled Lost Boy, is the eagerly-awaited follow up to 2008’s critically acclaimed Unbreakable. Unbreakable has sold an impressive 30,000+ copies in the United States alone, and has generated two music videos. MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE’s most recently released video for ‘On Wings of Integrity’, shot at The Waterfront Tavern in Holyoke, MA, received over 60,000 views in less than 24 hours.

The recently completed Lost Boy was recorded at Glow In The Dark Studio in Atlanta, Georgia by producer Matt Goldman (UNDEROATH, COPELAND, and THE CHARIOT). The new record recalls both the vehemence and sincerity of 2008’s Unbreakable while progressing in musical maturity. “Musically it’s about writing what was in our heads at the moment”, Guitarist Robert Bloomfield states. “We went in with the thought of ‘if we are going to be playing these songs for the next 2 years on tour then we want them to be really fun for the live show.’”

“From day one,” Bloomfield adds, “it was like Matt Goldman was already in our heads. He saw what we wanted and tried to help us create it. The man has the best sense of humor. The most fun I’ve ever had in a studio.”  This album is sure to enchant current fans as well as broaden MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE’s fan base significantly!

The band has been touring nonstop since the release of Unbreakable in 2008, and shows no signs of stopping yet. With a hectic touring schedule both leading up to and following the release of Lost Boy, MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE are sure to be busy in 2010.  This Summer, MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE are performing at a festival near you! Check out their current tour dates below:

MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE FESTIVALS

6/5 Columbus, GA @ Gallery 13 Event Center (Summer Side Show 8)

6/18 Wilmore, KY @ Ichthus Farm (Ichthus Music Festival)

7/2 Bushnell, IL @ Cornerstone (Cornerstone Festival)

7/17 Wilamar, MN @ Willmar (Sonshine Festival)

8/6 Gilford, NH @ Gunstock Mountain Resort (Soulfest 2010)

8/14 Lewisberry, PA @ Ski (Purple Door Festival 2010)

Be sure to keep checking the MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE MySpace, which currently features studio updates giving a sneak peak of Lost Boy, as well as all of the bands current and future tour dates.

For info on MYCHILDREN MY BRIDE be sure to visit:
http://www.myspace.com/mcmb

Check out ‘On Wings of Integrity’ here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xC1U6bRw3ZI

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