News: The Plot In You album ‘Dispose’ out now + new single/video ‘I Always Wanted to Leave’

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THE PLOT IN YOU’s new album DISPOSE is out today via Fearless Records and Caroline Australia! They are celebrating this new album with a video for single ‘I Always Wanted to Leave’ – yet another incredible, visceral and enticing video clip. The band are sure to be highly visible in the next few months – as they are also coming down under to tour alongside one of the most popular new heavy bands in Australia, Polaris, in April.

The Ohio rock band – comprised of Landon Tewers (Vocals), Josh Childress (Guitar), Ethan Yoder (Bass) and Mathis Arnell (Drums) – have crafted a truly unique take on modern rock, transcending genres from metalcore to alternative. With ‘DISPOSE’, the group is ready to undertake a new journey with a fresh vision, taking a collective step forward, which showcases the group’s eclectic style and creative flair. Produced by Drew Fulk [Motionless In White, I Prevail, Crown The Empire], the 10-track album explores the lasting effects of a toxic relationship, and serves as The Plot In You’s most personal record to date.

This new video for ‘I Always wanted to Leave’ was released yesterday morning Australian time and has already racked up over 60k views across Youtube and Facebook – in less than 24 hours. Previous singles ‘Feel Nothing’ and ‘Not Just Breathing’ have a combined Spotify listen count of over 3.5 million streams, a combined Youtube view count of over 2.6 million.

Do your eyeholes a favour and check out the new vid

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