Of Mice & Men have released the video for 'Would You Still Be There,' the latest single from their album 'Restoring Force.' Released in January, the album was the band's highest charting effort so far, landing at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart its opening week.

"I'm super excited for the debut of our new video for 'Would You Still Be There,'" says  the band's clean vocalist / bassist Aaron Pauley. "Directed by Nathan Cox, who has worked with bands like Linkin Park and Chevelle, the video offers a peek into a present day small town set in an alternate post-apocalyptic reality, and its gas mask clad inhabitants. Shooting the video was a great experience."

Pauley continues, "Nathan and his staff did an incredible job with the imagery and location, and created a believable setting in an abandoned mining town north of L.A. Despite chipping my tooth on that pesky vintage microphone, I had a blast, and it was awesome getting to hang with some of our fans; which can be seen in the video's ending performances parts."

The band is conducting a sweepstakes to encourage fans to share the video. They are giving away prizes including props from the video shoot, t-shirts and other prizes. For all the details and to enter, go here.

Of Mice & Men are slated to play the Rock on the Range festival this weekend in Columbus, Ohio, before heading to South America and then Europe for more touring. They return to the U.S. for Warped Tour beginning July 8 in Buffalo, N.Y.