Video Premiere: MISS MAY I's 'Under Fire'

Video Premiere: MISS MAY I's 'Under Fire'

The official video for "Under Fire" from MISS MAY I can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's latest album, "Shadows Inside", which was released last June via SharpTone Records. The disc was co-produced by Drew Fulk (MOTIONLESS IN WHITE, EMMURE, CROWN THE EMPIRE) and Nick Sampson (ASKING ALEXANDRIA, BORN OF OSIRIS). Andrew Wade (A DAY TO REMEMBER, THE WORD ALIVE, NECK DEEP) handled all mixing duties.

MISS MAY I vocalist Levi Benton stated: "Traveling to South East Asia honestly changed my life. The culture, the people, the religions and the atmosphere really made me see the world in a whole new way.

"I can't believe this chaotic tour with 21 flights in 20 days made such a badass video.

"Some of these shows were the biggest MISS MAY I headlining shows in our career.

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"We have always wanted to do a music video showing fans the behind-the-scenes part of our lives and who we are not on stage.

"I am so thankful we get to travel to so many exotic new places and share our journey with the world! We can't wait to go back."

According to a press release, "Shadows Inside" "doubles as monster riff-fest and forcefully vocal driven statement shaped by changes both within and without. Make no mistake, this isn't an about-face album full of contrived sentiment or glossy emptiness. It's a record where the band challenged each other to work from outside of their comfort zone, to really hone in on what makes MISS MAY I vital, and deliver something fully authentic and raw."

MISS MAY I is:

Levi Benton - Vocals
BJ Stead - Guitar
Justin Aufdemkampe - Guitar
Ryan Neff - Bass
Jerod Boys - Drums

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