Not many people can say that they live in the house that Theory of a Deadman built, but now, with help from fans, that might just come true for one deserving member of the Greater Los Angeles area.

Theory of a Deadman have teamed up with Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity for a new campaign. The band will ask their fans to participate by selling $5 bracelets at their shows that will be contributed toward a special TOAD sponsored build in the fall.

Frontman Tyler Connolly talked about the worthy cause and why it struck a chord with his band. “So many people are being affected by the current state of our economy and now more than ever have the need for affordable housing,” states Connolly. “We thought that it was a great idea to get involved and donate our time and help make a difference by building a house later this year.”

He continued, “The band and I decided to direct our efforts toward helping a family in my Los Angeles community. We're encouraging fans to pick up a wristband offered at our merch booth this summer. The proceeds will be donated to HFH GLA and help them with their mission of building hope, lives and communities every day.”

In addition to the affordable bracelets, the band is also offering up some swanky VIP experiences that fans can bid on. The winning bidder will get to hang out with the band up close and personal and receive an autographed guitar. Fans can place their bids here.

The band filmed a video for their Habitat For Humanity cause as well. Watch it below.

Theory of a Deadman’s new single ‘Head Above Water’ will hit radio later this week and Loudwire recently premiered the band’s latest video for ‘Hurricane’ -- check it out here.

Watch Theory of a Deadman's Video for their New Habitat for Humanity Campaign