Islander Debut Better Day Music Video



ISLANDER and Loudwire are excited to unveil the emotive new music video for “Better Day,” the fourth clip from the breakout band’s magnetic concept album Power Under Control.


Head to Loudwire and Watch “Better Day.”


Speaking of the song’s meaning, frontman Mikey Carvajal asserts: “It’s simple, really. The world is hurting, so we wrote an anthem for those that are hurting. ‘Better Day’ is a song of hope.”


ISLANDER are currently performing to sold-out crowds on the ‘Lifelines Tour’, which features I Prevail, Wage War, and Assuming We Survive. The tour circles North America before concluding March 8 in Seattle. ISLANDER will then continue touring throughout the summer, with a major announcement to be revealed soon.




17 – BUFFALO, NY @ Buffalo Ironworks

18 – FLINT, MI @ The Machine Shop

19 – GRAND RAPIDS, MI @ The Intersection

21 – MERRIAM, KS @ Aftershock

22 – WICHITA, KS @ The Cotillion Ballroom

24 – SAN ANTONIO, TX @ Fitzgerald’s

25 – HOUSTON, TX @ White Oak Music Hall

26 – DALLAS, TX @ Trees

28 – LUBBOCK, TX @ Jake’s Backroom


1 – COLORADO SPRINGS, CO @ Sunshine Studios

2 – ENGLEWOOD, CO @ Gothic Theatre

3 – SALT LAKE CITY, UT @ The Complex

5 – ANAHEIM, CA @ House Of Blues (with Korn)

26 – TUCSON, AZ @ KFMA Day (with Blink 182, A Day To Remember and more)



“Soaring melodic rock, rabid hardcore and even reggae, Islander can do each of these styles damn well” – METAL HAMMER

“Nu-friendly alt rock, Islander are reborn” – ALTERNATIVE PRESS

“This album is evidence that they kick some ass” – MODERN DRUMMER

“The songs are crafted well and have mainstream accessibility” – METAL INJECTION

“Stunning, melodic, dynamic and unpredictable” – SUBSTREAM

“Incredibly strong, this band may very well be the next Deftones” – HM MAGAZINE

“Their blistering sophomore campaign arranges their grooves around a concept as intricate as it is heavy” – OUTBURN

“The metal revolution is here to stay and Islander take the bull by the horns” – ROCK SOUND

“Power Under Control swerves into uplifting metal, corrosive dissonant anthems, ominous hymns and pop melodies” – ROLLING STONE

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