SAVING ABEL recently shot a music video for their brand new single "Bringing Down The Giant" in their hometown of Corinth, Mississippi. In this unique example of total community participation, both the town and band came together to make this video.
They stood together to make a statement against the bullying epidemic in America and hope the video serves as a call for others to do the same. Still shots from the shoot can be seen above.
The band will release its brand new record "Bringing Down The Giant" on July 17th, 2012.
"I'm so excited and proud to announce that we have signed to eOne. Thanks to them the world will get a chance to hear this amazing collection of songs," says frontman Jared Weeks. "Bringing Down The Giant" is the bands follow up release to "Miss America," released in 2010. The band has been hard at work since then and want fans to know they are back. Weeks continues, "We have taken the last year to write and record the best songs of our career."
Saving Abel combined meat and potatoes rock with their eponymous Gold-selling 2008 debut, which topped the Billboard Heatseekers chart. The record spawned the platinum single "Addicted" and the followup barn-burners, "Drowning (Face Down)" and the emotional "18 Days." Their second album, "Miss America," topped the Hard Rock chart and imprinted the hearts and minds of radio listeners with the title cut, "Stupid Girl (Only in Hollywood)" and another Top 10 single, "The Sex is Good."
After blazing their own path with two full lengths, six top ten singles with two of them reaching number one, SAVING ABEL is ready to break new ground with "Bringing Down The Giant."
SAVING ABEL is: Jared Weeks (Lead Vocals), Jason Null (Guitar, Backing Vocals), Scott Bartlett (Guitar, Backing Vocals), Eric Taylor (Bass, Backing Vocals) and Michael McManus (Drums).