Sub City (Hopeless Records' 501c3 non-profit organization, which has raised more than two million dollars for charity) just announced the 2013 edition of the Sub City Take Action Tour featuring Utah band The Used headlining In The Venue on Jan. 12.
This year the tour will be benefiting the It Gets Better Project, a national organization created to show young LGBT people the levels of happiness, potential, and positivity their lives will reach.
Support will come from We Came As Romans, Crown The Empire, and MindFlow.
Bert and Jeph from The Used have created an It Gets Better video to help support the cause. Fans can view the video HERE: http://youtu.be/N-0MtFYFs-g.
"It's our privilege to work with such a lovely charity that does so much good in this confusing world. Please check out itgetsbetter.org and we'll see you on the Take Action Tour," says The Used frontman, Bert McCracken in a press release.
The Used released "Vulnerable" earlier this year on their own label, Anger Music Group, partnered with Hopeless Records. The band also announced the release of "Vulnerable II" — a 2 disc re- issue that includes the 12 original tracks, 4 new songs, 3 acoustic versions and 3 remixes. Vulnerable II will be released January 22.
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