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The Veer Union premiere ‘Borderline’ video, announce tour dates

Vancouver rockers The Veer Union have released their new music video for the single “Borderline” featuring Art of Dying’s Jonny Hetherington. The video was launched today through Revolvermag.com and can be watched below. The Veer Union will set out on their Beyond the Blackened Sky Tour in continued support of Divide The Blackened Sky Deluxe Edition dropping June 10th and featuring 3 brand new songs! Special guests on the Beyond the Blackened Sky tour include mates Righteous Vendetta, as well as Blacklite District, Black Oxygen and Syndrome of Fire

Watch “Borderline” here: http://www.revolvermag.com/?p=59105

The Veer Union was founded in 2004 by singer/songwriter Crispin Earl from 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 #7 and was the longest charting rock song for a new artist all 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.

Pavement Entertainment now brings you the “Deluxe Edition” of Divide The Blackened Sky which includes three new songs and re-mastered tracks. Frontman Crispin Earl said of the album,“Divide The Blackened Sky, is a much darker and heavier effort than our previous works. 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, a new single and video for the single “Borderline” which can be viewed at Revolvermag.com.

Beyond the Blackend Sky Tour Dates:

MAY

28 Seattle, WA – El Corazon

29 Yakima, WA – Seasons Performance  Hall

30 Spokane, WA – The Knitting Factory

June

01 Billings, MT – Railyard

03 Greeley, CO – Moxie Theatre

04 Denver, CO – The Roxy

05 Merriam, KS – Aftershock

06 Tulsa, OK – Undercurrent

07 Dallas, TX – Boiler Room

08 Houston, TX – Scout Bar

09 Tupelo, MS – Good Time Charlies

10 New Orleans, LA – Southport Music Hall

11 Pascagoula, MS – Thunders Tavern

12 Montgomery, AL – Rock Bottom

13 Birmingham, AL – Iron Horse

14 Clarksville, TN – The Warehouse

15 Bowling Green, KY – Spillway Bar and Grill

18 Memphis, TN – New Daisy Theater

19 Elizabethon, TN – Bonnie Kate Theater

21 Pontiac, IL – Freakers Roadhouse

25 Warren, MI – The Ritz

26 Louisville, KY – The Phoenix Hill

27 Joplin, MO – Rock 3405

28 St. Louis, MO – Mad Magician

29 Kokomo, IN – Centerstage

JULY

04 Mt. Vernon, NY – Nothing Fancy Bar & Cafe

05 White Marsh, MD – House Of Rock

09 Myrtle Beach, SC – House Of Blues*

10 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade*

11 Orlando, FL – House Of Blues*

12 St. Petersburg, FL – State Theatre*

13 Pensacola, FL – Vinyl*

15 Baton Rouge, la – Varsity Theatre*

17 Dallas, TX – Trees*

18 San Antonio, TX – Backstage Live*

19 Houston, TX – Scout Bar*

20 Abilene, TX – The Lucky Mule*

22 Ft. Smith, AR – The Rib Room*

24 Arlington Heights, MI – Home Bar*

25 Detroit, MI – Diesel Lounge*

26 Cleveland, OH – Rover Fest*

29 Indianapolis, IN – Deluxe**

31 Ft. Wayne, IN – Piere’s*

AUGUST

01 Morristown, TN – Jefferson Federal Ampitheatre*

02 Clarksville, TN – The Warehouse*

03 St. Louis, MO – Firebird*

05 Sturgis, SD – Easy Rider Saloon*

07 Minot, ND – The ‘O’riginal Bar and Nightclub*

09 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue*

13 Rockford, IL – The District*

14 Peoria, IL – Crusens*

15 Fon Du Lac, WI – The Shack Event Center*

16 Glen Flora, WI – Northwoods Rock Rally*

17 Lincoln, NE – Bourbon Theatre*

*with TRAPT
**with 10 YEARS