Download: Civilian's New Single "Should This Noose Unloosen"

Last August, local singer/songwriter Ryan Alexander announced his latest music venture, Civilian. Since changing its name -- formerly Alexander -- the band has seen a great deal of positive happenings. Civilian successfully battled it out for a set at the Orlando Calling festival and landed a spot on the soundtrack of indie film Renee.

But the band's hard work isn't stopping anytime soon. Currently, it's getting ready to release its debut album, Should This Noose Unloosen. Release date is set for May 15.

As the band's eager fans await the arrival of new material, Civilian has gifted a free download of the album's title track. Click here.

Watch the video for the "Should This Noose Unloosen" after the jump.

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