The Veer Union Premiere New Music Video, “Borderline,” Featuring Art of Dying’s Jonny Hetherington
The Veer Union will release the Deluxe Edition of Divide the Blackened Sky, which includes three new songs and re-mastered tracks. The album will be released on June 10 through Pavement Entertainment and distributed by MRI/Sony RED.
“Divide the Blackened Sky is a much darker and heavier effort than our previous works,” frontman Crispin Earl says of the album. “It depicts all the hard times we have been through over the last couple of years.”
The band will be supporting this effort with a full tour, with a new single and video “Borderline,” featuring Jonny Hetherington from the band Art of Dying.
The Veer Union was founded in 2004 by singer/songwriter Crispin Earl in Vancouver, Canada. The band made their mark in 2009 with the top 10 hit single “Seasons” off their debut album, Against the Grain, which peaked at No. 7 and was the longest-charting rock song for a new artist that year. It became the theme song for the 2009 Stanley Cup winners, the Pittsburgh Penguins. “Seasons” was also featured in all Major League Baseball postseason telecast as well as NFL, NASCAR, ESPN, WWE, NHL, and more.
Look out for a brand new studio album from The Veer Union in 2015.