Exclusive First Listen of The Wrecking’s New Album,
So Much For Love,
Releasing August 21, 2012
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Portland, Maine based pop/rock band, The Wrecking, will release their second full-length album, So Much for Love, August 21, 2012. The band has already been gaining momentum with So Much For Love by scoring a feature on NoiseTrade and an on-screen performance of their single “View From the Top” on Showtime’s acclaimed series, “The Big C.”

For review and media purposes only, please click here to listen to So Much For Love. Please contact Merge PR for song downloads for the project.
Karl Anderson (keyboards/bass/vocals), Chris James (guitar) and brothers, Douglas Elder (lead vocals/guitar) and Darren Elder (drums), otherwise known as The Wrecking teamed up with producer Dustin Burnett (Augustana, Newsboys, Throwing Gravity, Jimmy Needham) and mastering by Adam Ayan (Nirvana, Madonna, Foo Fighters, Carrie Underwood, The Rolling Stones), for the creation of So Much for Love. With 14 tracks that celebrate the purpose of struggle and the beauty of rising from brokenness, this album is sure to resonate with listeners.

The Wrecking is breaking all kinds of molds in the music industry with a strong mainstream and faith-based following. The band’s drummer, Darren Elder, shares, “After three years of full time touring, writing and recording we know exactly who we are now, and where we want to go. Maybe it’s because we have done this on our own, but it is really exciting to see that we now organically exist in both the mainstream and Christian markets.”

Connect with The Wrecking:
http://www.facebook.com/TheWrecking
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