sosaveme’s THE GARDEN STREAMS ON BROKEN FM AND RELEVANT’S ‘THE DROP’,
RECORD RELEASES TUESDAY



sosaveme’s latest full-length record, The Garden, releases TOMORROW (Tuesday, October 4th) on iTunes. However, fans can get a preview of the CD on Broken FM. The station will play the album in its entirety tonight on the Album Hour program, along with an exclusive interview. The show airs live right here: http://www.broken.fm/listen.html

The Garden is featured on Relevant Magazine’s “The Drop” on RelevantMagazine.com. The Drop hosts streams of highly anticipated releases. The Garden will be up for your listening pleasure this entire week and will be found here, 9pm EST on Monday: http://www.relevantmagazine.com/media/the-drop

In addition, the band’s first music video is now up for views at http://www.youtube.com/sosavemetheband.

For a review copy of the album or to set up an interview with the band, please use the contact information below.

ABOUT sosaveme:
Sosaveme is Nicholas Pidek (vocals/guitar), Justin Ozanich (guitar/aux perc), Austin Germain (bass) and Jon Moore (drums). Based in Owosso, Michigan, the four-piece formed in 2006 during high to create inspiring, convicting and passionate music to share with listeners. They’ve performed at high profile events including Big Ticket Festival, Ichthus Festival and Cornerstone. Their 5th release, The Garden, drops on October 4th, 2011. Logon to www.sosaveme.com for continual updates.

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