Floor Thirteen’s song Blame It On Me was licensed to major video game company Electronic Arts near the end of 2008. Since then, EA has placed the song in top selling game franchises Need For Speed and The Sims. Both games are played by millions across 30 different countries. Since the release of their debut full-length album Mmmm!, Floor Thirteen has been turning up in more than just games. Blame It On Me popped up on George Stroumboulopoulos ‘The Strombo Show’, radio stations across North America and tons of fan made videos shared online. EA even used Blame It On Me backing their official promo video for Need For Speed: Undercover. Shortly after, the band headed to the U.K. to showcase in London, England. A few months later they headed to Los Angeles where they had played a number of shows including a packed room at the world famous Whisky A Go Go. Floor Thirteen has been the Featured Artist on the internationally syndicated import radio show Passport Approved which airs all over the U.S. and has a presence in Germany and the U.K. They have also been nominated for an L.A. Music Award for their song Let it Go and have had a few songs featured on US and Canadian television, movies and in an online promotion for Mazda Canada. Most Recently, they’ve won the honour of being voted #1 in rock on ourstage.com, once again with their song Blame it On Me. Floor Thirteen is ready for some more success with new material, releasing their EP “Neon Lights” in November 2011.