Following success at the Active Rock format with singles "Cry Little Sister" and "Getting Even," Seasons After returns to the airwaves with "Lights Out." Front man Tony Housh offers, "'Lights Out' is a song that was written when we were having to make a lot of tough decisions for the band. We really felt as though the metaphorical body of Seasons After had been dragged out into a field after being severely beaten and left for dead. There were a lot of things going on at that moment that we couldn't defend against, both business and personal. I think we all felt that the band had been unfairly sentenced to death without jury. So we decided to put our heads down, remain silent, and take the storms quietly on our own as a group." The history of Seasons After is a journey amongst the mountains of euphoric highs and the valleys of despondent lows. It has been a career of challenges, and inevitably a celebration of optimism and redemption. Formed in Wichita in 2006, Seasons After issued their debut release THROUGH TOMORROW independently in 2008, and then to a broader universe via a label partnership in 2010. The band found early success on the road appearing on the Vans Warped Tour, Taste of Chaos, and Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festivals, sharing the stage and touring with Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed, Stone Sour, and many others. The THROUGH TOMORROW album featured a cover of Gerard McMann's "Cry Little Sister," a track that peaked at #13 on the Active Rock charts. The accompanying video was added in to rotation at MTV, VH1 and Spike. A second single "Getting Even" followed, also charting and being amongst the most requested songs at the format. The band's fan base has emerged through the simple power of finding that connection through great live performances, standout musicianship, and an honest message delivered through strong lyrics. There is a potency to these songs that is pure and heartfelt. They are relatable, passionate and inevitably a soulful honesty fuels them. The moments of intensity combine with an intimacy that is somewhat unique in defining an overall reflection of what these gentlemen create that is uniquely their own. Seasons After will return to the road on January 23rd in Denver, CO.