SENT BY RAVENS POSTS NEW SONG TODAY!
MEAN WHAT YOU SAY RELEASING FEBRUARY 28TH

In anticipation of their release next month, Tooth & Nail Records’ Sent By Ravens will be posting another new song today on their Facebook.  They’ll be streaming the title track “Mean What You Say.”  Check it out here.
ABOUT MEAN WHAT YOU SAY
With their sophomore effort Mean What You Say, Sent By Ravens have taken their driving modern rock sound and rounded it out, expanded its diversity while staying true to a base of powerful vocals and soaring guitar tones. The new album was produced in Nashville with Rob Hawkins (Fireflight, Disciple) and mixed by Ainslie Grosser, is a polished collection of songs that contain moments that are sometimes delicate and sometimes raw. This album is a follow-up to their 2010 breakout hit, Our Graceful Words, which debuted at No. 34 on Billboard Heatseekers Chart.

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