Update: The band has released the album a day early for those who pre-ordered, so check your email inbox for your download. If you didn't pre-order, you can buy the album now at the band's Bandcamp for $4.
You can stream The Swellers new EP Running Out Of Places To Go over at AOL.
The Swellers have announced that they have started their own label - Snowbird Songs. The band's new EP, Running Out Of Places To Go, will be their first release on the new venture. You can check out the label's logo in the replies.
The Swellers will be self-releasing a new EP titled Running Out Of Places To Go on October 16th. You can pre-order the EP here and listen to a new song in the replies. The band is also going out on a short headlining tour with DMND Youth and Pentimento. You can order your tickets and check out the dates here.
The Swellers will be releasing something on Monday. You can watch the video announcing it in the replies. But to hold you over until then, you can watch a video of Jono, Nick, Aaron DeVries of Wolves & Machines and a local guitar center employee performing The Backstreet Boys' classic "I Want It That Way" as Bone Zone.
Today we are streaming the track "Red Lights" from The Swellers recent 7" release Vehicle City Blues. Sure, we know the vinyl was released already, but who doesn't mind a little bit of The Swellers during their day? The band has a couple more weeks left of tour before they head back into the studio to record a new album. Head to the band's AP.net profile and leave your thoughts in the replies.
The Swellers have left Fueled By Ramen. Check out the band's statement below. You can stream a new song called "Vehicle City Blues" in the replies, which will be on a new 7" featuring two brand-new songs. It will come out via SideOneDummy Records on May 29th. Preorder the 7" here.
As promised, today we are premiering the brand new video from The Swellers. Check the replies for the new video, and if you missed it - check out a write-up about from behind the scenes here. Along with the premiere, we've also got a caption contest going on where you can win: a signed Good For Me CD, Good For Me vinyl, and a Good For Me poster. Grab any of these three stills, add a caption, and post it in the replies. The band will then be voting on their favorite later tonight.
On Monday we're premiering the new video from The Swellers ... you knew that, right? Anyway, we reached out to the band to get a little bit of information about "behind the scenes" and the making of the new video.
On Monday, we'll be premiering the new video for "Inside My Head" from The Swellers at 1pm EST. The band are having a "grab bag" sale as well over at their online store. Who doesn't like a surprise purchase every now and then?
Occasionally we stumble upon something that is frankly too awesome to not post, and today that happened. Head to the replies to watch the best wrestler in the world, CM Punk, work out whilst wearing a Swellers hoodie.
Yesterday I lamented that maybe re-thinking how we support the music we love wasn't such a bad idea. I heard a lot of responses throughout the day; many from bands (one of the more interesting to me was the idea of gift cards for common places a band would visit on tour). With that, Jonathan Diener from The Swellers, was so inspired by the topic and ensuing discussion - that he wrote up a guest blog in response to my post.
In April, The Swellers will tour the UK supporting Deaf Havana and playing the Hit The Deck Fest in Nottingham. Check out the tour dates in the replies, and pre-sale tickets are now available here. Also, the group's latest record, Good For Me, is available for $7.99 on iTunes this week only.
Nick Diener of The Swellers recently contributed vocals to a song called "You're Killing Me," taken from Let It Happen's new record, It Hurts, But It's Worth It. You can listen to the song here and buy the record here.