Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada rock band ART OF DYING has released a video for the acoustic version of the song "Sorry". Inspired by ART OF DYING's fans' reaction to the original release of "Sorry" the acoustic video incorporates "fan pics" with the new version of the song.
"Recently we had the chance to get into the studio with producer Dan Donegan from DISTURBED to lay down an acoustic version of 'Sorry'," explains ART OF DYING lead singer Jonny Hetherington. "We've been so touched by all of the 'Sorry' profile pics over the last few months that we decided to make a video for the acoustic version of the song featuring our biggest fans. Thanks for making this video possible; we couldn't have done it without you!"
"Sorry" is the third single off ART OF DYING's major label debut, "Vices And Virtues" and is currently Top 15 on the Active Rock chart.
ART OF DYING recently returned from the road in support of headliners SHINEDOWN on this year's Avalanche Tour. The band will be playing a handful of music festivals this summer.
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