You, Me, And Everyone We Know are streaming their new album, Some Things Don’t Wash Out, on MySpace. The album is due out next Tuesday October 12th on Doghouse Record. You can pre-order the album on Smartpunk, Bandcamp, Amazon, and Best Buy.
Doghouse Records has announced their signing of Atlanta, GA based The Status. The bands debut full-length, So This Is Progress is set for release on October 7, along with beginning a national tour with Bayside, The Matches, and Valencia. To listen to selections from the upcoming full-length and view tour dates, visit the band’s Doghouse Artist Page or MySpace Page.
The release of this record saw delays and hold ups. Originally set to be released in the fall of ’06 the album was pushed back to early this year. Nevertheless it was worth the wait! Fire the Cannons is an explosive release, that proves the group’s rock credibility and clearly shows that they have staying power. The opener, Run This City, is a familiar sounding catchy rock tune that illustrates Jet Lag’s pop sensibility. This track sets the scene, providing a polished landscape for the album. Seamlessly flowing into, Doctor, Please! A fantastic hook-filled song, which is my pick for standout track on the album. Bittersweet, offers the soon to be sing along line of the early half of this year. “And you can find it in a heartbeat, and leave it tangled in the bed sheets.” Cannons slows down perfectly in the middle with, Stepping Stone, including a breakdown that is reminiscent of Guns N’ Roses. The group dives into their punk rock roots with the snarled, Every Minute which is somewhat in the vein of The Matches.
Concluding with, Picture Frames, this quite closer illustrates more spectacular guitar work and wraps the record up in perfect fashion. These young Jersey rockers have all the chops and rock riffs to make a notable name for themselves. Be sure to catch them on tour now and on Warped this summer, you won’t regret it!
1. Run This City
2. Doctor, Please!
3. The Bad Apples
5. Stepping Stone
6. Fit to Be Tied
7. Just Say How
8. If It Was up to Me
9. Every Minute
10. Keep This With You
11. Picture Frames
Doghouse Records has signed Mansions, the brainchild of recording artist Christopher Browder.
Pick up a free Fall sampler from Doghouse Records here. The sampler includes tracks from Jet Lag Gemini, Weatherbox, Limbeck, Paulson, Say Anything, Army Of Me and more.
Weatherbox‘s debut music video for “Armed to the Teeth” can be seen below. The song is off the bands new album American Art in stores now.
Weatherbox had their van and all of their gear stolen while in New York City. You can read the press release below.
The rumors are true. Weatherbox was about to go on their first national tour ever. Since they live in San Diego and the tour started in New York City, they had to drive cross-country to start this shindig with The Casket Salesmen. They arrived in NYC this past Tuesday when…bam! it happened. Apparently, some good Samaritans in Brooklyn thought it would be awesome to steal the band’s van, all of their equipment, and pre-made vegan snacks ready to eat. Bummer. It was a bitter-sweet day. On one hand, the band got to release their first full-length record, American Art. On the other hand, they got jacked hard and thought they’d have to cancel the tour.
Luckily, The Casket Salesmen are great dudes; they’re letting Weatherbox use their equipment for the entire tour letting the show still go on!
However, if you have any information about the band’s stolen gear, van, and vegan cheese, please contact [email protected]. In lieu of accepting any donations, the band is just asking for supporters to check out their music at Interpunk or iTunes