Band of Horses will release their new acoustic live album, Acoustic At The Ryman on February 11th, 2014. You can stream the live acoustic version of "Neighbor" over on the band's site. The track listing can be found below and the album artwork is in the replies.
01) Marry Song
02) Slow Cruel Hands of Time
03) Detlef Schrempf
04) Everything's Gonna Be Undone
05) No One's Gonna Love You
08) Wicked Gil
09) The Funeral
In the spirit of humanity and togetherness, Brand New are adding a single show to each coast in December. We will be playing one at the Troubadour in West Hollywood on December 8th, and the other at The Bell House in Brooklyn on December 22nd. (Four & Twenty better get baking.)
Fanclub sales through Ducat King start at 12pm Local time TODAY. Additional on sale for Brooklyn will be TODAY at 2pm EST. All of the tickets for LA will be sold through Ducat King.
These shows are smaller, and we are doing everything we can to make sure these tickets end up in the hands of the people who are actually going to jump around with the bands....
We'd like to wish a happy birthday to Hopeless Records, which just turned 20 years old today. The label has been a crucial part of our music community, releasing countless important records and donating over $2 million dollars to charity via their nonprofit subsidiary Sub City. Head to the replies to discuss your favorite Hopeless releases and celebrate!
Head to the replies to hear Nothing But Thieves' new EP If You Don't Believe, It Can't Hurt You. It's available on iTunes. It's for fans of Muse, Radiohead, and The 1975. The band will be on tour in the UK with Anthony Green and The Dear Hunter this February and March.
Bombay Bicycle Club has announced that their new album will be titled So Long, See You Tomorrow and is available for pre-order in various formats including a limited edition boxset. The band are currently putting together a tour schedule for North America and will be releasing another new track from the album in the next couple of weeks.
02) It's Alright Now
03) Carry Me
04) Home By Now
05) Whenever, Wherever
07) Eyes Off You
09) Come To
10) So Long, See You Tomorrow
I'm delighted to announce that we are premiering "City Lights", the first track off Lame-O Records' The Hundred Acre Woods upcoming EP Cold In The Morning. Made for those who like their folk to know what punk is, The Hundred Acre Woods are one of the best young bands in PA today. In a double whammy of Christmas joy, we're also announcing pre-orders for the upcoming EP, so listen below and pre-order here! Now no-one can say I didn't get you all a Christmas present.
Bring Me Your Vultures is a documentary about the historic Buffalo venue Mohawk Place. It features performances and interviews from bands like Every Time I Die, Snapcase, Pentimento, Such Gold, and more. The producers launched an Indiegogo campaign as a preorder for the DVDs along with a soundtrack and movie posters. Tickets for the screening are available for $10 presale / $15 day of. It will be at the Town Ballroom on January 11th, 2014, one year to the day of its closing. The trailer is in the replies.
DJ Earworm has once again released his "United State of Pop" mashup featuring the top songs of 2013. This year's title, "Living The Fantasy," is a nod to arguably the biggest breakout force of 2013, Lorde. Check out the mix in the replies - it's seriously rad.
Terry from FUSE's Warped Roadies will be chatting with us at 6 PM EST. You can ask about a bunch of different things like how he got onto the tour, what it was like filming the show, his clothing company My Life Vs. Your Vacation, and much more.
Update: Thanks to Terry for chatting with us! Catch Warped Roadies Season 2 premiere tomorrow at 11 PM EST on FUSE!
Tyler, the Creator isn't a fan of Drop Dead Clothing, the clothing line from Bring Me The Horizon vocalist Oliver Sykes. The issue seems to be over a t-shirt that reads "kill people burn shit skip school" which is pretty damn close to the Tyler lyric, "kill people burn shit fuck school." Tyler's response to the shirt? I'm censoring it and taking it out of all caps: "That kid with radical lyrics on his shirt is some tumblr f*g fuck him don't use my shit pussy."
Hot Water Music's Jason Black (bass), former HWM tour manager Neltie Penman (vocals), Primitive Weapons' Arty Shepherd (guitars), Small Brown Bike's Jeff Gensterblum (drums) and Matt Kane (guitars) have combined to form a new band called UnWed. They will play their first show with Have Mercy and Gates in Brooklyn this weekend, on Dec. 8 at Saint Vitus. At the show, they'll have a super-limited version of their debut two-song 7", which will come out officially early next year via No Idea Records. There is a teaser video in the replies.
MTV has announced that the 29th season of the Real World will come with a twist: instead of just seven strangers brought together to have their lives ruined/taped/made fun of -- the housemates will be forced to live with their exes. This has nothing to do with music except that it's on MTV and we can pretend that's what the 'M' still stands for and I find it hilarious that this is the state of entertainment.
Downwrite has added some more artists to their roster. Bob Morris (The Hush Sound), Chris Broach (Braid / Firebird Band), JT Woodruff (Hawthorne Heights), Carmen Cirignano (Young Statues), Daniel Castady (The Fold), and William Beckett (The Academy Is...) are all now signed up.