Tag: "A Rocket To The Moon"
Carly Rae Jepsen’s smash summer hit, “Call Me Maybe”, is taken on by two bands in this week’s (Un)Covered.
Ah, modern love. Long gone are the delicate romanticisms of ye courtships of olde, replaced with a shockingly complex system of digital signalsâ€”both literal and figurativeâ€”to express your feelings for someone in the 21st century.
Even if you’re convinced that a band changing their sound is the worst thing that’s ever happened to you, it’s perfectly natural for someone’s music to develop and shift from album to album. But every once in a while, those shifts are so dramatic that the early work ends up sounding like it was released by an entirely different band than the more recent material.
idobi managing editor Eleanor Grace checked in with Nick Santino at the Toronto date of this summerâ€™s Vans Warped Tour to talk about going solo, his former band A Rocket To The Moonâ€™s beginnings and eventual end, the importance of fan connection, and much more.
A Rocket to the Moon have announced that their summer tour with The Maine, This Century, and Brighten will be their last.
A Rocket To The Moon have released a music video for the track “Whole Lotta You”. The track stems off the band’s upcoming album Wild & Free, which is due out early 2013 on Fueled By Ramen Records.
The All-American Rejects returned to the Metro in Chicago with a vengeance, touring in support of their newest release, Kids in the Street.
The All-American Rejects will be heading out across North America this spring in support of their upcoming album Kids In The Street, due out March 26th.