The Maryland-based rock band ANY GIVEN SIN spent much of 2019 turning heads with the release of their single, "Dynamite," which quickly became the #1 most spun song on SiriusXM's Octane. The band soon solidified its position on the channel, landing the coveted 'Accelerator Artist' title, and blazing past some of the biggest names in Rock on their weekly 'BIG UNS Countdown', becoming the #2 Most-Requested song on the channel and landed them at #29 of SiriusXM Octane's Top 100 Year end countdown. The band quickly followed that up with the release of their next single "Another Life," which in turn also became another #1 most spun song on SiriusXM Octane. Any Given Sin has since just recently released their new single "Insidious" in the midst of the Covid- 19 pandemic. Although given the pandemic at hand the band never stopped moving forward and had to become more creative in the filming of the video for "Insidious." With social distancing a huge hurdle to overcome, they forged their way by each member being filmed separately in the shadow's of their images and brought together to create the video which was done with the magic of videographer Tom Flynn. The band has been working with some heavy-hitters in the Rock world including Trevor Kustiak (Evans Blue), John Moyer (Disturbed), and most recently, Chris Dawson (SAUL, Seasons After), who produced the single, "Another Life" and "Insidious." Every once in a while, a singer comes along that single-handedly re-sets the bar for what a Rock vocalist should be. Someone with such raw emotion and power it makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up - ANY GIVEN SIN's Vic Richie is that singer. Complete with epic, crunchy guitar riffs and put-a-hole-in-your-soul, massive drums, this is a true-blue American rock band with both authenticity - and POWER.