TOOTH & NAIL RECORDS’ SENT BY RAVENS DEBUTS MUSIC VIDEO ON AP TV
STRONG STREET WEEK DEBUT SALES; CURRENTLY TOUR WITH EMERY
Today Tooth & Nail Records’ Sent By Ravens debuts their music video for “We’re All Liars” on AP TV. Click here to view the video. This premiere follows the highly successful street week that resulted in nearly triple the street week sales of their 2010 label debut, Our Graceful Words. This new release, Mean What You Say, debuted on the Rock iTunes chart at No. 5 and in the Top 30 on the iTunes overall chart. On Billboard, this album debuted on four charts (Top 200, Rock, CCM and Christian Rock) including in the Top 50 on the Rock chart.

Mean What You Say generated media acclaim with reviews saying this album “showcase(ed) originality,” “perfect post-hardcore recipe using energy and hope,” and a “fabulous foray in the rock circle.”

Sent By Ravens is currently on tour as direct support for the Emery and Friends tour.  The tour features Emery, Sent By Ravens, Icon For Hire and I Am Empire. In addition to this tour, the band will be on the Project 86 tour next month as well as can be seen this summer at Ichthus, Creation East and West, Kingsfest and SpiritSong. Keep up with the Sent By Ravens dates here.

Emery and Friends Tour:
March 11     The Pike Room                    Pontiac, MI
March 12     The Intersection                   Grand Rapids, MI
March 13     Frankies                                Toledo, OH
March 14     YFC Rochester                     Rochester, NY
March 15     Knights Of Columbus Hall   Annapolis, MD
March 16     Kingdom                               Richmond, VA
March 17     The Channel                         Greenville, SC
March 18     City Church of Savannah     Savannah, GA
March 19     Second Saturday Showcase  Kissimmee, FL
March 21     The 7 Venue                          Douglasville, GA
March 22     Dallas Bay Baptist Church   Rossville, GA
March 24     Good Time Charlies             Tupelo, MS
March 25     The Outland Ballroom         Springfield, MO

About Sent By Ravens:
If you know nothing about Sent By Ravens, you must know their story is one of aligning stars, divine appointments, and most of all, diversity.  On little more than a prayer, Riner moved his life hundreds of miles from Georgia to tiny Hartsville, South Carolina to connect with guitarist Andy O’Neal and explore their mutual rick n’ roll fantasies.  Then, after combing the earth via online sources such as Youtube, three band mates followed their lead–each relocating to the same town (two of which moved all the way from Maui, Hawaii) with nothing but their faith and their talents to guide them.  The result was extraordinary, as the clash of different backgrounds produced a tangible individuality. Sent By Ravens is: Zach Riner: Vocals, Andy O’neal: Guitar, JJ Leonard: Guitar, Jon Arena: Bass and Dane Andersen: Drums.

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