Los Angeles-CA- February 11, 2012–Kicking off 2013 with a bang industry vet Project 86 release their highly anticipated video for their popular #1 rock single “Fall, Goliath, Fall”. Known for an especially heavy-hitting live show the band decided to film during their New Year’s Eve set in Denver, CO. Lead singer Andrew Schwab explains,”We have always wanted to do a live video, but the opportunity to do it in the way we wanted to hadn’t presented itself until now. This video was shot on New Year’s Eve LIVE during our performance in Denver. No tricks. No gimmicks. We wanted our fans to actually feel what it is like to be a part of our shows, encountering the the energy, the community, and the camaraderie that we share each night. We feel like this video is the next best thing to being there in person.”
It’s been a busy season for P86 who are preparing to embark on an exciting run of spring and summer shows visiting cities like: Columbus, Canton, Dallas, Minneapolis, Duluth, Green Bay, Rochester, Portland, Los Angeles, and Sacramento and playing festivals including: Alive Festival, Kingdom Bound, Soulfest, Spirit West Coast, Creation East and West, Sonshine, etc. And with Andrew Schwab recently completing his latest book called The Tin Soldiers and speaking at events across the country the band’s vision to share hope with the lost is stronger than ever.
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