With the recent celebration of Valentine's Day, Alt-rock group Family Force 5 has released a new single titled "Hold Your Hand" in commemoration. And it's available for FREE from the link below. The quintet have recorded a brand new song, not released on any album thus far, and are now offering it for free in exchange for your email address to sign up for their mailing list. It's a fair trade indeed.
The new track is a romantic and fun trip down memory lane, with appropriate 80s pop influences. Grab it for free at this link! And Happy Valentine's Day!
Alternative Pop/Rock band Family Force 5 - which consists of members Derek Mount ("Chap Stique" / guitar, vocals), Jacob Olds ("Crouton" / vocals, drums), Joshua Olds ("Fatty" / bass, vocals), Nathan Currin ("Nadaddy" / keyboards, vocals, percussion) and Teddy Boldt ("Hollywood" / drums, percussion) - formed in Atlanta in the summer of 2005. Since then, the band has not only joined The Vans Warped Tour and headlined The Alternative Press Tour, but have also performed at Sonisphere Festival, Bamboozle Festival, Rock and Worship Roadshow, Parachute Festival and toured with artists such as TobyMac, Cobra Starship and Flyleaf. Creating chart-topping albums and achieving impressive success at radio with their No. 1 hit "Let It Be Love," alongside singles such as "Superhero" and "Not Alone," Family Force 5's music has been featured on ESPN, while their official music videos have received more than 30 million YouTube views, including "Sweep The Leg," "BZRK (feat. KB)" and "Chainsaw."