Onward to Olympas has released their video for the single Sink or Swim from their brand new album This World Is Not My Home which hits stores tomorrow, January 19.

The video was shot and directed by Drew Russ (ex-Seventh Star) and Michael Dalton.  Here’s what band member Justin Allman had to say about Onward to Olympas shooting their first video:

“Shooting the video was an amazing experience.  Drew and Michael were some of the most awesome people we could have hope to work with!  From frigid water to a breezy ship deck, this video was a test of our band’s endurance.  We’re extremely proud of the final product.”

See Onward to Olympas with Hands on the CreaTour:
Feb 5 – Litchfield, MN @ The Revolution
Feb 6 – Big Lake, MN @ The Fuel Cafe
Feb 7 – Brainerd, MN @ Brainerd Church of the Nazerene
Feb 9 – Bismarck, ND @ The Light Club
Feb 10 – Minot, ND @ The Red Carpet
Feb 11 – Fargo, ND @ The Red Raven
Feb 13 – Blue Springs, MO @ The Link
Feb 16 – Kansas City, MO @ Free People (house show)
Feb 17 – Sioux City, Iowa @ The Underground
Feb 18 – Watertown, SD @ The Basement on Broadway
Feb 19 – Alexandria, MN @ Club 1
Feb 20 – Grand Rapids, MN @ The Ground Floor
Feb 21 – Buffalo, MN @ The Vault

Video link: http://www.youtube.com/user/FacedownRecords

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