Aussie rockers Sick Puppies have unveiled the official music video “Die to Save You”, the latest single off their current release Connect. The album debuted at #17 on the Billboard Top 200 almost a year ago, giving the band their highest charting disc to Sick Puppies promodate. In 2012, Sick Puppies released their all acoustic seven track EP Polar Opposite. The EP includes acoustic versions of “Riptide”, “Don’t Walk Away”, and more from their third studio LP, Tri-Polarwhich came out in 2009. It features string ensembles and lead vocals from bassist Emma Anzai. Back over the winter, Sick Puppies headlined the Revolver Magazine ‘Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock Tour, which also featured Lacuna Coil, Eyes Set to Kill, and Cilver. In late May, the band was featured at Rockfest in Council Bluffs, IA. Now, the band is gearing up for a summer tour that will feature stops at the Chippewa Valley Rock Festival and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, as well as a handful of dates with Three Days Grace. – by Matt Bishop (@The_MattBishop)

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7/17  Walker, MN – Moondance Jam
7/18 Cadott, WI – Chippewa Valley Rock Festival^
7/19 Ft. Wayne, IN – Piere’s*
7/20 St. Louis, MO – The Pageant*
7/22 Chicago, IL – House of Blues*
7/23 Traverse City, MI – Ground Zero
7/25 Franklin, OH – JD Legends
7/26 Kewanee, IL – WIXO Cause for the Paws^
7/27 Sioux Falls, SD – The District*
7/29 Billings, MT – Shrine Auditorium*
7/31 Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
8/1 Kenosha, WI – Brat Stop
8/2 Flint, MI – The Machine Shop
8/3 Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom
8/4 Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue Theatre
8/6 Wichita, KS – The Cotillion Ballroom
8/7 North Platte, NE – Sculley’s Shooter
8/8 Sturgis, SD – Easyriders Saloon^

*with Three Days Grace


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