King 810 is streaming their official music video for “Carve My Name,” off of their debut album Memoirs Of A Murderer, out now via Roadrunner Records. The video is a collection of artwork and photographs from the band’s dedicated fan base known as The Family. The clip serves as a photobook to look back on as both the band and the community that surrounds them grow over the years.
The band entered the studio earlier in the year to begin work on their new album and took action as a pillar of the Flint, MI community with the release of “We Gotta Help Ourselves” taking aim at the water crisis devastating their hometown, and with the partnership with local Flint outlet Savage Village who created a unique T-shirt design available here; and “crow’s feet, which was featured on Not Safe To Drink: Music For Flint Water Crisis Relief, a charity compilation available below.
All proceeds from both the T-shirt design and compilation will be donated to The Community Foundation of Greater Flint’s ‘Flint Child Health & Development Fund.’ For more information on the Community Foundation of Greater Flint and the ‘Flint Child Health & Development Fund’ go here.