MISSIO debuts new “Everybody Gets High” video game

Timothy SaccentiAustin, Texas-based electronic duo MISSIO has a mobile video game to go along with their new single, “Everybody Gets High.”

Available for iPhone, iPad and Android users, the arcade game features a main character inspired by MISSIO singer/producer Matthew Brue, which players can move through five unique levels. The ultimate goal is an encounter with “The Boss,” another version of Brue that symbolizes an internal struggle with one’s own addictions.

Players reaching the final level will get an exclusive acoustic version of “Everybody Gets High,” while advanced players can also access a bonus link offering a free ticket to an upcoming MISSIO live show.

“Everybody Gets High” is from MISSIO’s debut album, Loner, which has scored Bruce and his musical partner, producer/instrumentalist David Butler, a breakout hit with “Middle Fingers.”

MISSIO kicks off a series of nationwide appearances this month, which will conclude with a festival appearance in Monterrey, Mexico, on October 21.

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