Albums To Release In April 2019

Here are some albums to keep an eye out for this month!

April 5, 2019

Morbid Stuff by PUP via. Rise Records. The album features “Scorpion Hill,” “KIDS,” “Free At Last,” and “Sibling Rivalry.” Here is the album track list:

  1. Morbid Stuff
  2. KIDS
  3. Free at Last
  4. See You at Your Funeral
  5. Scorpion Hill
  6. Closure
  7. Blood Mary, Kate and Ashley
  8. Sibling Rivalry
  9. Full Blown Meltdown
  10. Bare Hands
  11. City.

Additional albums include: Lips Like Oxygen Reimagined by Oh, Weatherly and Mistakes like Fractures- EP by Knocked Loose.

April 12, 2019

The Ghost of Ohio by Andy Black via. Republic Records. The album includes singles “The Promise,” “Ghost of Ohio,” and “Westwood Road.”

  1. Introduction: Ressurection
  2. The Promise
  3. Westwood Road
  4. Know One
  5. Soul Like Mine
  6. The Wind & Spark
  7. Ghost of Ohio
  8. Heroes We Were
  9. Feast of Famine
  10. Heaven
  11. The Martyr
  12. Fire In My Mind

Additional albums include LABRINTH, SIA & DIPLO PRESENT….LSD by LSD, The Darker the Weather// The Better the Man by MISSIO, and Redux: The First 10 Years by Silverstein.

April 19, 2019

Social Cues by Cage The Elephant via. RCA Records. The singles include “Night Running,” “Ready to Let Go,” and “House of Glass.” Here is the album track list:

  1. Broken Boy
  2. Social Cues
  3. Black Madonna
  4. Night Running
  5. Skin and Bones
  6. Ready to Let Go
  7. House of Glass
  8. Love’s the Only Way
  9. The War Is Over
  10. Dance Dance
  11. What I’m Becoming
  12. Tokyo Smoke
  13. Goodbye

April 26, 2019

The Balance by Catfish and the Bottlemen via Island Records. The 11 song album includes the songs “Longshot,” “Fluctuate,” and “2all.” Here is the album track list:

  1. Longshot
  2. Fluctuate
  3. 2all
  4. Conversation
  5. Sidetrack
  6. Encore
  7. Basically
  8. Intermission
  9. Mission
  10. Coincide
  11. Overlap.

Additional album releases include: Violet Street by Local Natives, Unbreakable by New Years Day, and Neotheater by AJR via. AJR Productions.

In other news, The Dangerous Summer tweeted their upcoming album Mother Nature is set to release this summer and shared they will be on tour with Have Mercy and Modern Chemistry. Twenty One Pilots and Panic! At The Disco were nominated for Billboard Music Awards, the music video for “Here With Me” by Marshmello and CHVRCHES released, Eat Your Heart Out released the music video for “Carousel,” This Wild Life did a cover of “Sunflower” originally performed by Post Malone and Swae Lee, and The Lumineers released “Gloria.”

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

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ICYMI: March Edition

Here are some things you may have missed in music:

The Maine released their third single “Broken Parts.”

New Found Glory released a music video for their single “This Is Me.”

Grayscale released the music video for “If I Ever See You Again.

Panic! At The Disco’s sophomore album Pretty. Odd. has been certified platinum!

The lineup for Woodstock 50 lineup has been released with The Killers, Bishop Briggs, Portugal. The Mann, and more. Full lineup is  www.woodstock.com.

The lineup for Lollapalooza has been released with Bring Me The Horizon, Twenty One Pilots, Tame Impala, and more. Full lineup is on lollapalooza.com/lineup/.

Hayley Williams of Paramore opened up about the future of Paramore with L’Odet.

The Sad Summer Fest lineup has been released!

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

Uncovering The “Sad Summer Festival”

I got a tweet alert from both Mayday Parade and The Maine with a cryptic video saying “Sad Summer.” I decided to investigate what this meant. Keep in mind, this is all speculation.

The tweet includes sadsummerfest.com and a date March 19, 2019. This festival has no information yet as to the lineup and where it will be held. I have speculation about this festival including State Champs, Neck Deep, Mom Jeans, All Time Low, The Maine, and Mayday Parade.

The Twitter account @SadSummerFest follows all of the bands listed above. Additionally, some of the bands listed tweeted the cryptic video.

My prediction for the festival is it will be held by Alternative Press. The Twitter account is following Alt Press. My first thought is the festival will be held in Cleveland, OH because that’s where Alt Press is located, but it could potentially be in Phoenix, AZ. The reason? When subscribing to the mailing list, the address listed is in Phoenix, AZ. We will find out more on March 19, 2019. In the mean time, what are your thoughts? Let me know @ovictoriamedia.

In other news, Graduating Life signed to Pure Noise Records and announced a re-release of Grad Life along with “Carry A White Flag.” The Maine released a cover of “Without Me” originally sang by Halsey, and Seaway announced a new album Produce is set to release April 19 via. Pure Noise Records including the group’s latest single “Pleasures.”

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

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Update: March 15, 2019 3:05 pm EST

After digging up more information bout the “Sad Summer Festival.” After releasing my blog about my predictions and naming bands, the Twitter account @SadSummerFest followed additional bands! The bands include: The Wonder Years, Every Avenue, Set It Off, Emo Night LA, Hopeless Records, Fearless Records, Rise Records, Vans Warped Tour, Stand Atlantic, Panic! At The Disco, and Fall Out Boy. This may mean the festival will include these bands or the account is following these bands in hopes to confuse fans. My take is those bands will be on the festival lineup.

L.I.F.T is not being followed by @SadSummerFest, but shared the cryptic video on their Twitter.

At the bottom of the SadSummerFestival.com page it says it’s powered by 8123 Media, also known as the label The Maine is under. Interesting enough, The Maine’s pop up shop address is the same as the mailing list for the Sad Summer Festival.

The more I investigate, the more excited I’m becoming for this festival!

I Prevail Announces US Tour and Other Things You May Have Missed Today!

Here are things you may have missed today in music!

  • I Prevail is back and with new music! The group released singles “Bow Down” and “Breaking Down.” The group is set to release Trauma on March 29, 2019 via. Fearless Records. In addition to the album release and singles, I Prevail announced a new tour. “The Trauma Tour” travels across the United States with special guests ISSUES and Justin Stone this spring/ summer. For tickets, tour information and to pre-order the upcoming album visit iprevailband.com.
  • State Champs released the music video for “Criminal” via. Pure Noise Records. “Criminal” is featured on State Champs’ latest album Living Proof released in June of 2018. State Champs began their “Living Proof Tour North America” with Our Last Night, The Dangerous Summer, and Grayscale. For tickets and more information click here.
  • Homesafe released a new single “Save Me.” This is the first single released by Homesafe since their album One in 2018. Homesafe is currently on tour with Can’t Swim. For information on the tour and Homesafe visit homesafeil.com/tour.
  • Sleep Talk announced a debut album Everything In Colour set to release May 3 via. UNFD. The album includes the group’s latest single “Everything In Colour.”
  • Rarity announced “The Longest Lonesome Tour” that travels across the United States. This is the first headline tour Rarity is hosting across the United States. The tour features Romancer, Calling All Captains, and Heavy Hearts. For tickets and more information visit raritytheband.com.

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Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

New Tours Announced By A Day To Remember And Taking Back Sunday!

New tours have been announced by A Day To Remember and Taking Back Sunday. Here’s more information on these tours:

A Day To Remember announced “Raisin’ Hell In The Heartland Tour” across the United States this summer! Accompanying ADTR are Knocked Loose and Boston Manor.

The tour begins at the end of May and continues through the month of June. Some dates will feature only A Day To Remember and some will not have Knocked Loose open.


Taking Back Sunday announced a second leg to their North America tour starting in September 2019. The second leg of the tour still honors Taking Back Sunday’s 20 years as a band. No word yet who is accompanying Taking Back Sunday on tour.

Tickets for both Taking Back Sunday and A Day To Remember will be public on Friday Mar. 1. For ticket and more information about “Raisin’ Hell In The Heartland Tour” click here and ticket and tour information about Taking Back Sunday’s Twenty Tour, click here.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria