In the upcoming weeks, there are many spring tours to get pumped for. Here are a list of some to check out:
Movements announced a headline tour across the United States with supporting bands Can’t Swim, Super Whatevr, and Gleemer. The tour begins March 3 in Sacramento, CA and travels along the United States until ending April 7 in Pomona, CA. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
Senses Fail announced a headline tour across the United States with special guests Reggie And The Full Effect, Have Mercy, and Household. The tour will be a month long starting at the end of February. For tickets and more information, click here.
Vesperteen and Vinyl Theatre announced a co-headline tour across the United States. Certain dates will feature Vinyl Theatre only. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
COIN will be headlining “The North American Tour” which features The Aces across the United States. The tour begins on February 1 in Fort Lauderdale, FL and wraps up March 17 in Denver, CO. For venue, ticket information and dates to the tour, click here.
The Dangerous Summer is touring across the United States in honor of The Dangerous Summer album release. The tour will begin January 24 in Nashville and continue until February 20 in Oklahoma City. For all information on the tour can be found here.
“The Loner Tour 2018” hosted by MISSIO travels across the United States from February until April 14. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
“North America Tour 2018” hosted Moose Blood features Lydia and McCafferty. The tour begins March 14 and commences April 19 in Montreal, QC. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
“Sick Tour 2018” will be hosted by New Found Glory and will feature Bayside, The Movielife, and Ryan Key (formerly in Yellowcard.) The tour begins in May. For tickets and information on the tour, click here.
“The Get Free Tour” will have Silverstein, Tonight Alive with guests Broadside, and Picturesque. The tour begins January 19in Ohio and finishes in March in Pennsylvania. Tickets and tour information, click here.
“The Peace And The Panic USA Tour” hosted by Neck Deep is across the United States and Canada from January 18-February 28. Accompanying Neck Deep on tour are Seaway, Speak Low If You Speak Love, Creeper, and Gardenside (selected dates). For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.
All Time Low announced a spring tour that will begin a month long starting in April. The tour will feature Gnash and DREAMERS. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
Which tour are you most excited for? Let me know by tweeting me @ovictoriamedia.
In other news, Fall Out Boy released Mania, The Maine is hosting a Fan Appreciation Day online on January 21, andHot Mulligan released the first single off of Pilot expected to be released March 23.
Here are some top headlines this week in the music scene:
Sir Sly published the music video for the song “&Run.”
Moose Blood released “Talk In Your Sleep” along with a headlining tour across the United States. Moose Blood’s headline tour will also have Lydia and McCafferty. Tickets, tour, and album information can be found here.
Story Of The Year is back and released Wolves, the group’s latest album,today.
Good Charolette debuted a Christmas EP A G.C. Christmas, Pt. 1.
Tiny Moving Parts released via. Twitter that the album Swell will release on Jan. 26.
August Burns Red announced a 15 year anniversary show in honor of the group celebrating 15 years as a band. The show will be on Saturday April 14 in Lancaster, PA. Tickets and tour information can be found at launchmusicconference.com.
Senses Fail announced a headline tour across the United States with Reggie And The Full Effect, Have Mercy, and Household supporting Senses Fail. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
Sleeping With Sirens announced a headline tour, “Gossip World Tour 2018 North America” with Set It Off, The Gospel Youth, and Southpaw accompanying the group. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness released that he will be travel across the United States on the “Pen and the Piano Tour” acoustic tour in 2018. The tour will be accompanied by previous members of Jack’s Mannequin: Allen Stone, Zac Clark, and bob oxblood. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
2018 is rapidly approaching, and with the new year comes new music. Here is a list of some bands that are releasing new albums in 2018.
Mania by Fall Out Boy is set to release Jan. 19 via. Uprising Records. Fall Out Boy originally had their album set to release Sept. 15, 2017 but cancelled their album release. Vocalist Patrick Stump wanted the album pushed back to perfect the album quality.
The Dangerous Summer by The Dangerous Summer is set to release Jan. 26 via. Hopeless Records. The single released off of The Dangerous Summer is “Fire.” The band is touring across the United States in January-February 2018, and the lineup has yet to be announced. Tickets and tour information can be found on their website.
Here Come The Runts by AWOLNATION is set to release Feb. 2 via. Red Bull Records. AWOLNATION released two singles “Passion” and “Seven Sticks of Dynamite.”
Crooked Shadows by Dashboard Confessional is set to release Feb. 9 via. Fueled By Ramen. The group released their single “We Fight” near the end of 2017 stating that a new album is releasing in 2018 under Fueled By Ramen.
Senses Fail is back with an upcoming album If There Is Light, It Will Find You which will release on Feb. 16 via. Pure Noise Record. Senses Fail released the news with the single “Double Cross.”
Moose Blood is teasing their third full length album that is set to release March 9, according to their website. The release date is not 100% confirmed with Hopeless Records, but the album can be pre-ordered on their website when purchasing tickets to their tour across the UK with The Dangerous Summer. Tickets and tour information can be found on Moose Blood’s website.
Music For Cars by The 1975 is set to release April 27 via. Dirty Hit Records. There has been no singles released for this album.
This Wild Life is teasing their upcoming record on social media. The third full length album does not have a released date and no singles have been released by the band.
Real Friends released their latest single “Get By” stating new music will be coming in 2018. There is no word yet when the album will be released or what the album will be titled.
Other bands that will release new music in 2018 are: Owl City, Breaking Benjamin, Black Veil Brides, The Wonder Years, Mayday Parade, Rarity, possibly Too Close To Touch, and more.
What albums are you waiting to hear? Let me know by tweeting me @ovictoriamedia.
There are new tours that are being announced within the next couple of months. Here is a list of tours to get excited for in the coming months in the United States:
“North American Tour 2017” starring PVRIS featuring Lights, Party Nails, and Flint Eastwood. The tour begin in September and ends a month later in October and travels across the United States. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
“Connect The Dots Tour” with Misterwives headlining and Smallpools and Vinyl Theatre opening. The tour begins Sept. 21 in Nashville, TN and finishes Oct. 27 in Washington, D.C. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
“Fall Of The Summer Gods” tour by Third Eye Blind. The upcoming tour has a large variety of dates that are announced throughout the United States. There is no word as to if there will be any supporting acts, but tickets and tour information can be found here.
“Paramore Tour Two” hosted by Paramore and Best Coast accompanying them. The tour will be a month long across the United States. For tickets and tour information, click here.
“USA 2017” headlined by Turnover featuring Elvis Depressedly and Emma Ruth Rundle that will begin in October and will continue until November. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
“Modern Nostalgia Tour” hosted by The Maine with DREAMERS and Night Riots. The tour is unique from prior tours because The Maine will be playing Lovely Little Lonely and American Candy in its entirety. Tickets and tour information can be found here and keep an eye out because more tour dates are TBA.
Touché Amoré released information on their “Fall 2017 Tour” that will begin in Phoenix, AZ in September and continue until Oct. 17 in Los Angeles, CA. Supporting Touché Amoré will be Single Mothers and Gouge Away. More information about this tour can be found here.
“Made In America” headlined by Waterparks accompanied by As It Is, Chapel, and Sleep On It. The tour was announced this week and will begin on Nov. 6 through Dec. 7. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
“Gone Now Era” announced by Bleachers who is bringing Bishop Briggs and Tove Styrke as supporting acts. Bleachers tour begins Sept. 8 in Lewiston, NY and wraps up in Nov. 20 in New York, NY. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
“Inside A Dream Tour” starring Echosmith supported by Banners. The tour will be across the United States between October and November. Tickets and tour information can be found here. (Check out Banner’s song “Someone To You,” it’s been my current jam.)
A tour was recently announced that is co-headlined between The Early November and The Movielife with Heart Attack Man as an opening band. Select dates for this tour and information can be found here.
“How Will You Know If You Never Try Part 2 Fall 2017” hosted by COIN will begin in September and end in November. Check out their tour dates here.
“Headspace Tour” headlined by Issues with Volumes opening. The tour will begin in Florida on Sept. 24 and continue until Nov. 2 in Louisiana. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
“USA Tour 2017” was recently announced on Knuckle Puck’s page. The tour begins in Oct. 11 in Minneapolis, MN and will convert to a European tour at the end of November. The opening bands for the US portion of the tour will be accompanied by Movements, With Confidence, and Homesafe and the tour in Europe will be accompanied by Tiny Moving Parts, Have Mercy, and Movements. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
A Day To Remember will be headlining a Fall tour supported with Moose Blood and Wage War. There are sporadic dates throughout August until October. Tickets and tour information can be found here.
If you can’t attend A Day To Remember’s tour, you can always check them out at their festival, Self Help Festival. The tickets and information of locations can be found here. The bands that have been announced include Silverstein, Real Friends, Mooseblood, and more depending on location). More bands will be announced in the future.
Riot Festival in Chicago will commence Sept. 15-17 with a variety of bands including: Taking Back Sunday, New Found Glory, The Orwells, and more. Band information for each day can be found here.
Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!
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Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness is an alternative music group that formed in 2014. The lead singer, Andrew McMahon, was previously the frontman of Jack’s Mannequin. This is Andrew McMahon’s second full length album released solo. On Feb. 10, 2017, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness released Zombies On Broadway via. Vanguard Records.
Here is their track list:
Brooklyn, You’re Killing Me
Don’t Speak for Me (True)
Dead Man’s Dollar
Shot Out Of a Cannon
Walking In My Sleep
Love and Great Buildings
There were five singles released, “Fire Escape,” “Brooklyn, You’re Killing Me,” “Walking in My Sleep,” “Don’t Speak To Me (True),” and “So Close.” This album is more pop than rock, but overall I enjoyed the album. I like the fact Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness has a pop and whimsical vibe that allows a listener to dance around singing their lyrics. I saw Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness open for Panic! At The Disco and Weezer in June of 2016, and I was pleasantly surprised on how great Andrew McMahon was live. He was very whimsical and his vocals were top notch. If you haven’t heard any of the songs off of Zombies On Broadway, I recommend you should.
Here are some other new stuff going on in music:
Rag’n’Bone Man released Human on Feb. 10 via. Sony Music Entertainment. Here is the track list:
Be The Man
Love You Any Less
As You Are
Relient K released a 3 song EP titled Truly Madly Deeply. Here is the track list:
BMI Valentine (Acoustic)
The Rocket Summer stripped down “FL, CA” and a video was released via. YouTube.