01) A Stain on the Carpet
02) Frayed in Doubt
03) In Currents
04) Digital Age
05) Tell Me Why
06) Close to You
07) Guilt & Swell
08) That's Not Your Real Name
09) Like a Kid
10) Smell of This Place
11) Wearing a Tie
12) Call Off the Bells
The Early November kicked off its tour with The Wonder Years yesterday in New York City. Head to the replies to watch the band perform a new song called "Digital Age," and be sure to check AP.net later today for our photos from last night's show.
In a new interview, The Early November reveals they would like their new record to be out "in the beginning of the summer," and that the original April release reported by Rise Records was "a little misleading." They say that most of the record is written and demoed, and that they are recording the songs in packs, instead of all at once; and that they want to make the reunion "a long term thing."
We're excited about two upcoming events: Halloween and The Early November's reunion show. That's why we've teamed up with the band to give away win tickets to the show at the Starland Ballroom in New Jersey on November 26 to people who dress up to look like the band! Head to the replies for details.
Hit the replies to watch a professionally-shot video of The Early November performing "I Want to Hear You Sad" at their reunion show last month. Tickets to their show in New Jersey are still available.
Due to popular demand and their Philadelphia show selling out so fast, The Early November has added an additional reunion show on November 26th, 2011 at the Starland Ballroom in Sayerville, NJ. Tickets go on sale this Friday at noon EST.
Pre-orders for The Early November's For All Of This and The Acoustic EP on limited edited vinyl will be available at 5pm EST today from Enjoy the Ride Records. Head to the replies for pressing details.
Hard copies of Jeff Kummer'sYour Best Alternative are finally available again and now for $8 here. Those who order will receive a free digital download of the record. Kummer will also be filling in on drums for his old band Your Sweet Uncertainty on March 27th at the North Star Bar in Philadelphia. He's also trying to get something "interesting" to happen in 2012.