NewsFebruary 10, 2011 4:57 PM ET4,878 views

A Loss For Words signs with Velocity/Rise

Official press release: Velocity Records/Rise Records are proud to announce the signing of Boston's own A Loss For Words. "We are so excited to a part of the Velocity/Rise Records family," says A Loss For Words front man Matt Arsenault. "Everyone at the label and every band on it has the same passion for and dedication to music that we do. We couldn’t be happier." A Loss For Words have released a special YouTube video to their fans about their recent signing to the Velocity/Rise Records family. Fans can view the video here. The band are currently in the writing stages in between tours for their as-of-yet untitled Velocity/Rise debut, and will be recording with acclaimed producer Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, Versa Emerge, Our Last Night) in May/June. The album is currently slated for a September release. Prior to joining the Velocity/Rise Records family, A Loss For Words have released a plethora of music that has garnered fans the world over. With their first self released EP, These Past Five Years along with their highly successful cover album, entitled Motown Classics, and full-length The Kids Can't Lose, A Loss For Words have put themselves on the map showing they have what it takes to make a serious impact. A Loss For Words are a group that shows no signs of stopping. These five guys are filled with such passion, dedication, and creativity, that everyone is taking notice. Members of such well-known bands as Bayside, Four Year Strong, and Bane regard A Loss For Words as one of the hardest working bands in their genre today.

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