You can watch the Mad Caddies' new music video for "State of Mind" courtesy of Fat Wreck Chords here. The track is taken from the quintet's new full-length release, Keep it Going, which is available in stores now via the label.
Fresh off the Autumns Up tour, the Mad Caddies have revealed the dates for their forthcoming headlining tour, on which the Fat Wreck Chords act will be joined by reggae-tinged, rock outfit Pepper. You can find the tour's schedule below.
Fresh off of the Autumns Up tour, Santa Barbara, California's Mad Caddies are once again hard-at-work on the follow-up effort to 2003's Just One More. You can read a brief note from the Fat Wreck Chords act below.
You can listen a new song from the Mad Caddies, entitled "Pyramid Scheme," courtesy of BBC Radio 1's Punk Show right here. The track is set to appear on the group's forthcoming, currently untitled full-length release, which has been slated for a tentative release of spring 2007.
The Mad Caddies have set a tentative release date of spring 2007 for their long-awaited, follow-up effort to 2003's Just One More. Furthermore, the group will be premiering new material on the highly-anticipated Autumns Up tour, which features support acts Love Equals Death and Sicker Than Others, and is set to commence today, Thursday, November 2nd, in Tempe, Arizona.
In celebration of the forthcoming, Autumns Up tour, the Mad Caddies, who will be joined by label-mates Love Equals Death, as well as additional support act Sicker Than Others, have announced this Wednesday, November 1st as the first official Mad Caddies Day. You can read an update from the band, as well as find the tour's confirmed schedule below.
The Mad Caddies have released a finalized schedule for their forthcoming tour of the United States, on which the Fat Wreck Chords act will be joined by label-mates Love Equals Death, as well as additional support act Sicker Than Others. You can find the band's complete route below.
Tonight, be sure to tune in to PunkRadioCast at 8pm ET for a live performance from the Mad Caddies recorded this past May, in which the band performs two, brand new songs entitled "Backyard" and "Without You."
According to a recent bulletin, the Mad Caddies are nearing completion of their new, currently untitled, full-length album. The band has been hard at work, writing and recording, for over a year, and although no official release date has been set, nor announced, the Santa Barbara act has promised the release will be finalized before the year's end. You can read what the group had to say regarding their progress below.
Although rumours have been circulating for quite some time, bassist Mark Iverson has officially parted ways with the Mad Caddies. However, the band, who are currently hard at work on their full-length, follow-up effort to 2003's Just One More, have made it clear that Marks' depature will in no way hinder their progress.