Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Hardie Avenue Releases New Self-Titled Album Featuring Collaborations with Manafest and Pillar's Rob Beckley

(TULSA, Oklahoma) -- Christian pop/rock band Hardie Avenue released their new self-titled album today, available at and wherever digital music is sold. On Hardie Avenue, the band has collaborated with fellow hit makers Manafest and Pillar frontman Rob Beckley on the tracks “Dance with My Hero” and “Indestructible,” respectively. 

To celebrate the release, is hosting the world premiere of the band's new music video for the single, “Can’t Live Like This.” View it here:

Hardie Avenue is the follow up to the band’s well-received 2013 release, Party at the End of the World. The album earned strong reviews leading to an extended media tour and heavy airplay in many markets from coast to coast. 

The Tulsa-based-band formed in 2005, releasing a few independent projects before stepping into the national spotlight with their 2009 Tate Records release, “Beautiful Words.” In recent years, Yuriy Mayba (lead vocals/guitar), Dave Allie (bass/BGVs), Steve Allie (lead guitar) and Josh Harms (drums) have shared the stage with many of Christian music’s top acts, including Disciple, Hawk Nelson, Family Force 5, Jars of Clay, KJ-52, Sanctus Real, Fireflight, Manic Drive and many more. 

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