Say Anything are currently streaming a new song called “So Good” over on Rolling Stone. You can also pick up the song for free here. The song comes from the bands new album, Anarchy, My Dear, due out March 13th.
I Call Fives have released a video from their recent time in the studio recording their upcoming EP, Someone That’s Not You. The EP is due out March 20th on Pure Noise Records. Check out the video below as well as a video for the title track “Someone That’s Not You”.
A Day To Remember‘s new video for “2nd Sucks” is now available for streaming and can be seen below. The song is from the band’s latest album, What Separates Me From You, in stores now. The band is currently on tour in Australia and will be on tour with Rise Against this spring. Check out their upcoming tour dates below. [Read more...]
Thrice have released the dates for their upcoming farewell tour. An announcement from the band and the tour dates can be seen below.
By now you’ve probably heard that we announced the dates for our “Farewell Tour” this May/June with Animals As Leaders (and another very special guest). If you missed those dates, you can find them here. If you’d like to buy tickets, you can do that here. Ticket pre-sales began yesterday and tickets will be made available to the general public on Thursday March 1. We’d be honored and thankful if you’d join us for one (or more) of the shows on this last tour for the foreseeable future. Please don’t delay, because these tickets will go quickly.
It’s never been easy for us to decide what to play on tour. And now, with eight LPs and a handful of B-sides and covers under our collective belts, and given the circumstances of this tour, it’s as daunting a task as it’s ever been.
So we’re asking you to help us out.
Click the following link: http://vagrant.com/thrice/tourpoll/
Pick as many songs as you’d like, and we’ll use the info we gather from the poll to put together the best setlists we possibly can. Keep in mind that we’ll be recording several of these shows for a live album that we hope to put out later this year, so choose wisely.
We’re really looking forward to this tour and want to thank you all for your support, whether you’ve been onboard since “˜98 or just heard us for the first time yesterday. We couldn’t have done this without you guys.
See you in a couple of months.
-Riley & Thrice
The All-American Rejects will be hitting the road this spring in support of their new album, Kids In The Street, which is due out March 27th. The Kids In The Street Tour, with the support of A Rocket To The Moon, visits major cities in the U.S. and Canada before wrapping on May 13th in Cincinnati.
“If you want to see this band at their best, and probably the best they’ll ever be and hear all the songs you want to hear and all the songs you haven’t heard yet then you should make it a point to come out. It will be the show you tell your children you saw. It will be a great evening and a lot of fun with your four favorite Okies,” – Tyson Ritter
The All-American Rejects first single, “Beekeeper's Daughter“ along with the rest of the tracks on Kids In The Street, was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Greg Wells, who is known for his work with Adele, Katy Perry, and OneRepublic, among many others. The video for “Beekeeper’s Daughter” by Isaac Rentz (Blink-182, Cage the Elephant) is now available for streaming.
The All-American Rejects are scheduled to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday, March 27th. After their spring tour, The All-American Rejects join Blink-182 on the road and make a return visit to Bamboozle on Saturday, May 19.
THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS “KIDS IN THE STREET” SPRING TOUR:
March 31 Flagstaff, AZ Northern Arizona University
April 2 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater
April 4 Kansas City, MO Beaumont Club
April 5 Kearney, NE University of Nebraska-Kearney
April 6 Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom
April 7 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
April 9 Chicago, IL Metro
April 10 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
April 11 Detroit, MI Motor City Casino
April 13 Atlantic City, NJ Borgata
April 14 Glassboro, NJ Rowan University
April 15 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
April 17 Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre
April 18 Montreal, QC Le National
April 20 Potsdam, NY Clarkson University
April 21 Clifton Park, NY Northern Lights
April 22 N. Hampton, MA Pearl Street
April 24 Lancaster, PA Chameleon Club
April 25 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
April 27 Cambridge, MA MIT
April 28 Boston, MA Royale
April 29 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live
May 1 Richmond, VA The National
May 2 Norfolk, VA Norva
May 4 Orlando, FL Beacham Theatre
May 5 West Palm Beach, FL Sunfest
May 6 St. Petersburg, FL Vinoy Park
May 9 Ashville, NC The Orange Peel
May 11 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore
May 12 Louisville, KY Expo Live
May 13 Cincinnati, OH Bogart’s
May 15 Rochester, NY Blue Cross Arena Blink-182 Tour
May 17 Manchester, NH Verizon Wireless Arena Blink-182 Tour
May 18 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Blink-182 Tour
May 19 Asbury Park, NJ Bamboozle
May 20 Bethlehem, PA Sands Bethlehem Event Center Blink-182 Tour
May 22 Quebec City, QUE Colisee Pepsi Arena Blink-182 Tour
Tumbledown’s frontman and guitarist, Mike Herrera (MxPx) describes the second single as, “A song that came from our animated live set and a tribute to the good times at the places we’ve been lucky to travel to.”