OF MICE & MEN: 'Feels Like Forever' Video Released

OF MICE & MEN: 'Feels Like Forever' Video Released

"Feels Like Forever", the new video from the Orange County, California-based rock band OF MICE & MEN, can be seen below. The clip was directed by Nathan William and filmed in Los Angeles.

"In the studio, 'Feels Like Forever' was the FIRST song we demoed, and ended up being the LAST song we finished recording," says OF MICE & MEN lead singer Austin Carlile. "It fought back. It's a song that everyone in the band has a personal attachment to for various reasons. Bringing it to life visually and in our own backyard of Southern California was a great experience. Sand in my shoes still and all."

"Feels Like Forever" appears on OF MICE & MEN's latest album, "Restoring Force", which was produced by David Bendeth (PARAMORE, BRING ME THE HORIZON). It follows previous single "Would You Still Be There", the video for which has racked up over 2 million views.

OF MICE & MEN — vocalist Austin Carlile, guitarist Alan Ashby, drummer Valentino Arteaga, vocalist/bassist Aaron Pauley and guitarist Phil Manansala — will play "Feels Like Forever" and other fan favorites from "Restoring Force", 2011's "The Flood" and 2010's "Of Mice & Men" during their upcoming European tour with LINKIN PARK, which kicks off November 3 in Zurich and includes two nights at London’s 02 Arena.

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"LINKIN PARK is a band that’s been a major trailblazer for heavy music for over a decade," says Carlile. "We're honored and incredibly excited to be part of this amazing tour, and can't wait to see our fans in the UK and Europe."

Before they head overseas, OF MICE & MEN will join SLIPKNOT, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, VOLBEAT and many more on Sunday, October 26 at Knotfest in San Bernardino, California.

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