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Thursday, 7 April 2016

Punk Legends Unwritten Law Unveil "Celebration" Music Video

LOS ANGELES || April 7, 2016 - Formed in San Diego in the early 90's Unwritten Law has undeniably paved the way for Rock/Alternative musicians around the world with staple Multi-Platinum releases like Elva, Unwritten Law, and Live and Lawless. At the top of the year, the band announced their highly anticipated eighth studio album, Acoustic via Cyber Tracks, owned by El Hefe (guitarist of NOFX) and wife Jen Abeyta. Acoustic is a masterful 13-track record filled with newly re-recorded Unwritten Law hits from Unwritten Law, Elva, Here's To The Mourning, Swan, and The Hit List into flawless acoustic renditions.

Off the album, the band revisited their "The Celebration Song," which originally appeared on their fifth studio album, Here's To The Mourning. Today, the band has partnered with Alternative Press to unleash their cosmic music video for the famed single, which can be viewed HERE. The music video comes just a week after the band unveiled their eighth studio album, Acoustic, which can be heard in its entirety only on KROQ. Fans can listen to the exclusive stream here! A digital copy of Acoustic is available for $9 via Cyber Tracks website and sample 30 second clips of all 13 tracks.

The emotionally rich album also features two brand new tracks including "Huartbreaker" a cover originally performed by John Legend and MSTRKRFT and "Belongs To You," written by Scott Russo. The album features Scott Russo (Vocals/Guitar), Chris Lewis (Guitar, currently in Fenix TX), Jonny Grill (Bass), and original drummer Wade Youman; produced by Jim Perkins and Scott Russo, Additional production by Chris Lewis and Joe Marlett, Mixed by Joe Marlett, and Mastered by Tom Baker of Baker Mastering.


1. "Celebration" (Originally "Celebration Song" Here's to the Mourning, 2005) 2. "Nevermind" (Swan, 2011) 3. "Oblivion" (Originally "Welcome to Oblivion" The Hit List, 2007 (also on Live and Lawless, 2008)) 4. "Huartbreaker" (Originally performed by John Legend and MSTRKRFT) 5. "Up All Night" (Elva, 2002) 6. "Seeing Red" (Elva, 2002) 7. "Teenage" (Originally "Teenage Suicide" Unwritten Law, 98) 8. "Starships" (Originally"Starships and Apocalypse" Swan, 2011) 9. "Shoulda" (Originally "I Shoulda Known Better" Live and Lawless, 08) 10. "I Like The Way" (Here's To The Mourning, 2005) 11. "Save Me" (Originally "Save Me (Wake Up Call)" Here's To The Mourning, 2005) 12. "Cailin" (Unwritten Law, 1998) 13. "Belongs To You"

Unwritten Law Tour Dates
All dates are with Fenix TX except for the shows marked


7 - Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall 8 - Omaha, NE @ Slowdown 9 - Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre 10 - Colorado Springs, CO @ The Black Sheep 11 - Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue 12 - Reno, NV. @ PB & J's 13 - Las Vegas, NV @ Backstage Bar 14 - Long Beach, CA @ The Federal (No Fenix TX) 15 - Santa Ana, CA @ The Ritz (No Fenix TX) 16 - Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst (No Fenix TX)


Formed in San Diego in the early 90's, Unwritten Law was a major part of the pop-punk movement that swept the decade with staple releases like Blue Room, Oz Factor, and Unwritten Law. It was in the late 90's that the band would tour the world on The Vans Warped Tour and spring them into their biggest release to date Elva. As the band developed through the early 00's they began honing in on the ever growing punk energy while featuring more of a rock sound which still remains present in their live shows to date. Today, the band has released seven full-length studio albums which sold over 2 million copies and released half-a-dozen radio hits including, "Seein' Red," and "Save Me (Wake Up Call)," both of which entered the top 5 in the US Modern Rock Charts.

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