I The Breather Posts "A Day In The Life Of I The Breather" Video
Christian metalcore quintet I The Breather has dealt with multiple van breakdowns over the course of two weeks, but continued on to bring the music to the masses and recently completed a tour with labelmates Upon A Burning Body. The band members also allowed PolyCarp Media unlimited access into their daily routine, so be sure to check out the video below for an uninhibited look into a “Day In The Life of I The Breather" below.
Morgan (drums) states: “This video was shot by our good friend Andres Ortiz of Polycarp Media. It documents our show at Rocketown in Pompano Beach, FL on the 'Welcome To The Jungle' tour. It perfectly captures what it’s like for a day in the life of us: I The Breather. It shows us in our element, having fun, all the stress that we take on and our van breaking down. It’s just a real representation of what life is like on the road. Nothing is sugarcoated.
“Our van broke down multiple times on this tour. The worst had to be leaving us stranded on a highway for Easter Sunday. Despite us being discouraged and ready to just head on home after a second breakdown in Florida it was our fans and everyone who came out to the show that night that kept us going. They showed us so much love and support. The show at Rocketown was one of my favorite shows of the tour. It was definitely worth it to tough it out and play the rest of this tour. The shows were unreal and everyone who came out to the shows on this entire tour was amazing! Thank you all so much!
“This summer we will be on the 'Scream The Prayer' tour alongside Norma Jean, Sleeping Giant, The Chariot and many others! We’re very excited to be a part of the tour this year. This also marks our second appearance on this tour and we’re looking forward to this year even more than last year’s. Hope to see you all at a show! Come to the merch table to meet us and hang out!”
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