Audio Adrenaline are building up support for orphans in Haiti through their tour and music video.
The official video for their new single release "Kings & Queens" was filmed in Jacmel, Haiti, at the Hands & Feet Project Children's Village, and features some of the children being cared for by the project.
See it here:
The single is the first track release from their forthcoming album of the same name due out next March.
Audio Adrenaline will be embarking on their first headlining tour since announcing their new line-up with Kevin Max earlier in the autumn.
The tour will also be a chance to tell their fans about the amazing work being done with orphans by the Hands & Feet project.
The former dcTalk member has taken over lead vocals with the band to the excitement of AA fans.
He takes over from Mark Stuart, who has had to step down due to spasmodic dysphonia.
"I've never been more excited about an Audio A record,” shares Stuart.
“We've collectively poured into each song for months, and I love every track. Being able to help write and direct the process of putting the band back together has been an absolute joy.
"I can't wait to see our fans sing along with Kevin on the AA classics and fall in love with the new songs."
Audio Adrenaline mobilise support for orphans
Published 01 November 2012