ICYMI: December Edition

Here’s a list of things you may have missed this week in music:

  • Copeland announced a new album is set to release on Valentine’s Day which features single “Pope” which came out this week! In addition to the music update, the group shared a tour in 2019.

  • William Ryan Key announced a headline US tour in 2019. Accompanying him on “The Virtue Tour” are Selfish Things and Cory Wells. For tickets and tour information click here.
  • Marianas Trench announced a US tour (tickets and tour information can be found here.)
  • Universalis by Hammock via. Hammock Music released Dec. 7. The album has an 11 song track list including singles “We Watched You Disappear,” “Scattering Light,” “Cliffside,” and “Universalis.”
  • Still Can’t Kill Us: Acoustic Sessions by Icon For Hire via. Icon For Hire released Dec. 7. The singles released include “Demons,” “Too Loud,” “Supposed To Be,” and “”Get Well II.”
  • The Missing Man EP by AFI released Dec. 7. The 5 song EP features singles “Trash Bat” and “Get Dark.”
  • Capsize released “Blind.”
  • Picturesque released the video for “Pray.”
  • GroundCulture signed to Hopeless Records
  • Vagrants signed to Equal Vision Records.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

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The Release Of Upside Down Flowers

Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness released Upside Down Flowers via. Fantasy Records. The album has a 11 song track list. Here is the album track list:

  1. Teenage Rockstars
  2. Ohio
  3. Blue Vacation
  4. Monday Flowers
  5. Paper Rain
  6. This Wild Ride
  7. Goodnight, Rock and Roll
  8. House Of Trees
  9. Penelope
  10. Careless
  11. Everything Must Go

In addition to the album release, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness released the music video for “Paper Rain.”

Andrew McMahon posted on Instagram reflecting on Upside Down Flowers.

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I am a man with a family who lives in a town by a beach. At a young age, in the midst of some unpleasantness, I moved here, and for the first time felt like I was home. People often come to California because there are some things they would rather not go through in the cold. I suppose that’s how I ended up here too. I refer to this album as my land of Upside Down Flowers. In many way’s it’s a mirror to my world, an uncanny reflection but not quite the real thing. The songs held within it’s borders are about friends and loved ones, both real and imagined. The edges are blurred now it seems, but the sentiment remains. I didn’t write these songs to change the world, but they helped me to understand mine a little better. Of course I didn’t realize it at the time, but I guess that is the beauty of letting go. Self reflection can be painful, it can be blinding and it can be transformative. For me, the creation of this album was a little bit of all three. Enjoy – link in bio to listen.

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Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness is going on the “Upside Down Flowers” tour across the United States. For tickets and tour information visit www.andrewmcmahon.com/tour/

In other news Trophy Eyes released the music video for “Lavender Bay,” Emarosa released a new single “Givin’ Up,” nothing, nowhere released the video for “dread,” Never Loved released the music video for “Dead Inside.” The song is the first the group has released under Equal Vision Records since signing earlier this month. Dashboard Confessional released the music video for “Just What To Say” featuring Chrissy Costanza of Against The Current. Taking Back Sunday announced the bands who will be joining them at the 5th Annual Holiday Spectacular (see the announcement here.) Jesse Slachman, drummer of Modern Chemistry, announced via. Instagram he is leaving the group after playing with Taking Back Sunday at the 5th Annual Holiday Spectacular.  The Band Camino announced a US tour in 2019 (tickets and tour information can be found here.) Album releases include: This Too Won’t Pass by Can’t Swim, Can’t Kill Me by Unwill, Seasons Greetings from the Sandbar by We The Kings, Delta by Mumford & Sons, Windows Down & Dying by TONKS, and Broken by Memphis May Fire.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

***My apologies for the late posting. I was torn between featuring Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness and making an “In Case You Missed It” blog! Thanks for reading, and I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving (if you celebrate the holiday.)

The Release Of ‘Skinny Dipping’ by Stand Atlantic

Stand Atlantic released Skinny Dipping today via. Hopeless Records. This is the third album the Australian trio released but the first one under Hopeless Records.

The singles released prior to the album release include: “Lavender Bones,” “Skinny Dipping,” and “Lost My Cool.” Here is the album track list:

  1. Lavender Bones
  2. Bullfrog
  3. Skinny Dipping
  4. Speak Slow
  5. Cigarette Kiss
  6. Lost My Cool
  7. Toothpick
  8. Burn In The Afterthought
  9. Clay (Feat. Hannah Hermione Greenwood)
  10. Roses

Stand Atlantic is currently on the “Living Proof Tour” with State Champs, Seaway, and WOES across the UK and Europe until Nov. 11. Stand Atlantic is expected to be on the following tours:

Australia Tour w/ Neck Deep, Between You & Me, Stateside

11/29 – Perth, AUS @ Capitol

12/1 – Sydney, AUS @ Metro Theatre

12/ 2 – Brisbane, AUS @ The Triffid

12/4 – Melbourne, AUS @ 170 Russell

UNIFY Gathering (Australia)

January 12 – Gippsland, AUS @ Tarwin Meadows

Australia Headline Tour w/ The Dead Love

1/20 – Wollongong, AUS @ Rad Bar

1/25 – Sydney, AUS @ Landsdowne Hotel

1/27 – Brisbane, AUS @ Crowbar

2/1 – Adelaide, AUS @ Crown & Anchor

2/2 – Melbourne, AUS @ Northcote Social Club

In other news, Can’t Swim released “Sometimes You Meet The Right People At The Wrong Time,” AFI released “Get Dark,” I DON’T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME  released “Bleed Magic.” New albums released by Arlington, The Safety, The Struts, Boys Of Fall, and more. More information on things you may have missed can be found on my previous post What You Need To Know Wednesday.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

ICYMI: October Edition

Here are some things you may have missed this week in music.

  • Emarosa released information from the group’s upcoming album. Peach Club will release in February 2019 via. Hopeless Records. Bradley Walden, vocalist of Emarosa, tweeted his excitement for Peach Club.

  • Lynn Gunn, vocalist of PVRIS, tweeted that the group is working on new music for a bit. PVRIS is taking a break from touring after the release of All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell (2017).

  • Silent Planet released “The New Eternity.” The new single will be on the upcoming album When The End Began due out November 2, 2018 via. Solid State Records.
  • Ice Nine Kills released an official music video for “Stabbing In The Dark.”
  • What Did You Think When You Made Me This Way? by Nothing But Thieves and Anthem Of The Peaceful Army by Greta Van Fleet via. Republic Records released today.
  • The Band Camino released a new single “Know Me.”
  • The Stolen announced a North American Fall Tour (tickets and tour information can be found here.) In addition to the tour announcement, The Stolen shared single “Stuck” that can be heard here.
  • The 1975 announced a North American tour in support to the group’s release of A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. The tour will be accompanied by Pale Waves and No Rome. For tickets and tour information click here. In addition to the tour announcement, The 1975 released an official video for “Love It If We Made It.”
  • Cory Wells released an official music video for “Walk Away” and announced he is signed to Pure Noise Records.
  • The Maine announced the creation of “The Process” docu-series that will showcase the inside scoop of how album 7 from The Maine is being created. The Maine created The Maine’s “Miserable Youth” YouTube Series during the creation of Lovely, Little, Lonely. “The Process” series will have new segments of documentaries, photo journals, podcasts, live streams, and more every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3pm PST. The first segment of the series released today and you can see it below.

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

New Music (and Music Video) Friday!

Here are some new music and music videos you may have missed this week:

  • Sleep On It released a new single “Disconnected.” More information on the song and new music from Sleep On It can be found here.
  • Taking Back Sunday announced a new album Twenty is set to release January 11, 2019. In addition to the album announcement, Taking Back Sunday will be going on a world tour in honor of being a group for 20 years. Tour information and more information on Taking Back Sunday’s album can be found on www.takingbacksunday.com.

Taking Back Sunday tweeted me stating there will be a leg 2 to the tour (see the tweet here.)

  • CHVRCHES released the music video for “Graffiti.” The song is on CHVRCHES latest album Love Is Dead.
  • Weezer released the music video for “Can’t Knock The Hustle” which features Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy.

Additional new album releases include: Anon. by Hands Like Houses, New Levels New Devils by Polyphia, Mirror Master by Young The Giant.

In other news, Panic! At The Disco won Favorite Alternative Artist at the American Music Awards and Neck Deep’s cover of “Torn” has over 1 million views!

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria