Tales Told By Dead Friends Anniversary Edition Album Featuring New Song By Mayday Parade

On Nov. 10, 2016, Mayday Parade released their new song via. YouTube with footage of them as a band on tour when they were young. “The Problem With The Big Picture Is That It’s Hard To See” is on the Tales Told By Dead Friends anniversary album that released on Nov. 7. The album is available now on their website, iTunes, and other services.

The anniversary album is Mayday Parade’s first EP released as a band. Mayday Parade’s EP had vocals with ex-member Jason Lancaster. The remake album has the same track list but features the new song. The track list is:

  1. Just Say You’re Not into It
  2. When I get Home, You’re so Dead
  3. One Man Drinking Games
  4. Your Song
  5. Three Cheers For Five Years
  6. The Last Song That Meant Anything
  7. The Problem with The Big Picture Is That It’s Hard To See*

Mayday Parade is embarking on their Tales Told By Dead Friends 10 Year Anniversary Tour tonight with Modern Chemistry in Orlando, Florida. Mayday Parade’s 10 year Anniversary Tour is traveling primarily on the East Coast of the United States. The tour is sold out on their website in every venue except the Sidebar Theatre in their hometown of Tallahassee, Florida. If you check re-sale websites, you can find tickets are still available to purchase. I will be attending the New York City show this Tuesday and will be meeting Mayday Parade for the third time. The post next week will be about my experience seeing Mayday Parade again, and my experience at State Champs concert.

In other news, the second episode of The Maine’s “Miserable Youth” is on their YouTube channel, System Of A Down confirmed a new album is in the works, Travis Barker confirmed new Blink-182 music is coming soon, Thirty Seconds To Mars teased their upcoming album, and Red Hot Chili Peppers have released their tour dates for their North America Tour.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

*Follow me on Twitter @ovictoriax31 and @ovictoriamedia

Want to read my post about the Tales Told By Dead Friends 10 Year Anniversary Tour? Click here.

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