Redlight King Premieres “Times Are Hard” Official Video, Announces Dates w/ Seether



Redlight King has released the official music video for the single “Times Are Hard” from the band’s sophomore release, Irons in the Fire, as the song hits Top 15 at Active Rock radio. “Times Are Hard” is a stirring track with emotional and moving lyrics penned by frontman Kaz, and brought to life in the video which was directed by Strati Hovartos and produced by John Oakes. “Times Are Hard” is the follow-up to the rock radio hit “Born to Rise,” the first single Irons in the Fire, which was tagged as the end title credit for the feature film Draft Day, starring Kevin Costner.

In addition to premiering a new video, Redlight King will head out on the road with SEETHER on their US tour, as well as making the rounds at a growing number of festival dates including Carolina Rebellion, Rock on the Range, River City Rock Fest, Rocklahoma, and Rock Fest 2014 in Wisconsin.

A list of upcoming Redlight King tour dates can be found below, and ticket purchase links can be found on the band’s website –

Upcoming Tour Dates:

4/29 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade w/ Seether
4/30 Birmingham, AL @ Iron City w/ Seether
5/2 Chattanooga, TN @ Track 29 w/ Seether
5/3 Destin, FL @ Club LA w/ Therory of a Deadman
5/4 Concord, NC @ Carolina Rebellion (Charlotte Motor Speedway)
5/7 Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
5/8 Portland, ME @ Asylum
5/10 Camden, NJ @ Susquehanna Bank Center (WMMRBQ)
5/13 Lancaster, PA @ The Freedom Hall w/ Seether
5/14 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom w/ Seether
5/16 Columbus, OH @ Rock on the Range (Columbus Crew Stadium)
5/17 Grand Rapids, MI @ The Orbit Room w/ Seether
5/18 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues w/ Seether
5/20 St. Paul, MN @ Myth w/ Seether
5/21 Sioux Falls, SD @ The District w/ Seether
5/24 San Antonio, TX @ River City Rock Fest
5/25 Pryor, OK @ Rocklahoma
6/28 Green River, WY @ Stratton Myers Park
7/20 Cadott, WI @ Rock Fest 2014
8/7 Sturgis, SD @ Easyriders Saloon

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