Rockstarr Bentley to release song to benefit The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

ROCKSTARR BENTLEY JULY UPDATE: New Song and Video to Benefit The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

TAMPA, FLORIDA (EARTH)– Rockstarr Bentley is in the process of shooting video for their upcoming single entitled, You Kill Me. The song is a post-mortem narrative of suicide from the victim’s point of view in which the victim realizes, albeit too late, that he made a terrible mistake.

All proceeds from downloads of the new song will be donated to The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. The single is scheduled to be released on iTunes, Spotify, CDBaby, Amazon, etc on Friday, July 10th.

A video shoot for the song scheduled for 3PM Wednesday, July 15th at Anderson Mcqueen Funeral Home at 7820 38th Ave North in St. Petersburg. The faux funeral video shoot will begin in the chapel with an open casket service, followed by a processional to Sunnyside Cemetery at 5300 19th St. North, where the mock burial service will be held. The group is asking for volunteers dressed in black to be part of the shoot via a publicly shared Facebook event.

Rockstarr Bentley will be appearing live as part of Florida Original Music Show on Friday, July 17th at The ROCKSTARR in Bradenton along with Nine Mile Drive and Oblivious Signal. They can also be seen on Friday, July 24th at St. Pete’s LOCAL 662 as direct support for 20 Shades CD release party. Opening acts will be Deception and Virgin Dirt.

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