November 30, 2011 05:57:38 GMT
In the spirit of holiday, Alexander Noyes and his bandmates inspire others to help community members in need.
Honor Society encourage their devotees to give back to the community in a Micah Weisberg-directed music video for their latest single "Spread the Love". The four-piece band team up with the Salvation Army to show the fans what they could do to help others.
The Salvation Army is a non-profit organization which Honor Society have worked with closely over the years. In 2009, Alexander Noyes and his friends joined forces with the organization in the band's music video for their holiday song "White Christmas".
In 2010, the "Where Are You Now" performers helped raise fund in an inaugural Rock the Red Kettle Concert. This year, the band, who recently released their second mini album "A Tale of Risky Business (EP)", headline Salvation Army Rock The Red Kettle Tour.
"We wanted our new album, 'A Tale of Risky Business: Part 2' to inspire change, both musically and socially, and to encourage the next generation of philanthropists," said Noyes. "We are so fortunate to have this opportunity and to support the important work being done by The Salvation Army."
Honor Society's "Spread the Love" music video