OF MICE & MEN: 'Another You' Video Released

OF MICE & MEN: 'Another You' Video Released

"Another You", the new video from the California-based rock quintet OF MICE & MEN, can be seen below. The clip was filmed during the band's "The Hunting Party" tour as the support act for LINKIN PARK.

OF MICE & MEN's "Restoring Force: Full Circle" deluxe double-disc, foil-stamped digipack that includes three brand-new songs and an acoustic version of the band's hit single "Feels Like Forever" was released in February.

The new songs — "Broken Generation", "Something To Hide", "Never Giving Up" and the acoustic version of "Feels Like Forever" — were recorded last fall with producer David Bendeth (PARAMORE, BRING ME THE HORIZON) in Southern California.

The two-CD set is a special reissue of the album "Restoring Force", which hit No. 4 on The Billboard 200 chart and No. 1 on both the Billboard Top Independent and Top Rock Albums charts.

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