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Jhariah And Pinkshift Go Head-To-Head On “Eat Your Friends”

The music industry can feel like a boxing match. Some days, you’re swinging with full strength, claiming every opportunity you can and being applauded by the public for your artistry. On other days, the crippling self-doubt that comes with grinding on the road and being on social media can knock you out faster than you came. This competitiveness, mixed with imposter syndrome, is a juxtaposition that the music business can make bands in the scene feel. These complex feelings are precisely what Jhariah’s new single, “Eat Your Friends,” is about.  Featuring his friends and Baltimore natives in Pinkshift, the track… Read more »


Pinkshift Announces “The Eat Your Friends Tour” With JHARIAH And Pollyanna

Pop-punk powerhouse Pinkshift is hitting the road this fall for a special North American headliner! Hilariously titled the Eat Your Friends Tour, the three-piece unit is bringing JHARIAH and Pollyanna along for the ride. The run will kick off on September 19 at Riot Fest in Chicago, IL, and end on October 21 in Miami, FL.  The Eat Your Friends Tour marks Pinkshift’s biggest headlining run to date. After an incredible summer opening slot for L.S. Dunes, along with their upcoming European appearances at Pukkelpop and Reading & Leeds, the band is excited to return home and perform for their… Read more »


L.S. Dunes Announce Summer Tour Support Including Pinkshift

As the summer season gradually ramps up with the excitement of festivals and massive tours, fans eagerly anticipate witnessing their favorite artists perform live. Building on this anticipation, L.S. Dunes has recently revealed an impressive lineup of supporting acts for their highly anticipated forthcoming summer headline tour. Across the span of the 17-show tour, L.S. Dunes will be joined by the immensely talented bands Pinkshift, Pony, and Teen Mortgage. Read more: Senses Fail Announce “LIFE IS NOT A WAITING ROOM” TOUR Taking to social media, the band expressed their excitement, sharing the news with their devoted fanbase. Their post says,… Read more »


Pinkshift Releases Compelling Love Song “to me”

Kicking into high gear during the pandemic, Pinkshift has taken tremendous strides forward as a unit with the release of their debut full-length album, Love Me Forever. Now, ahead of their forthcoming tour alongside Origami Angel and Sweet Pill, Pinkshift has launched into a softer, grungier side with “to me.” Produced by Will Yip, whom the band worked with on their debut LP, “to me” is a slowed-down love song with high peaks of grunge-soaked instrumentation. Showcasing the group’s more vulnerable side, “to me” also marks their first love song. Read more: The Return of Say Anything: Gear Up For… Read more »


News Flashed 09.21.22: PINKSHIFT’s New Single, The Maine’s Announcement, and The 1975 Drops New Music

— Today we talk about PINKSHIFT’s new single, The Maine’s big announcement, and The 1975 making us lose sleep over their new song. — PINKSHIFT Blows Us Away We are screaming over PINKSHIFT‘s single that they dropped today, off their new album that they’ll release on October 21st. We’re just one month out from getting to hear Love Me Forever—and “in a breath” is so incredible, we think it will tide us over until then. Ashrita Kumar wrote the song and said, ““in a breath” is from my heart. It’s a song I’ve held on to for years. it’s a… Read more »


News Flashes 08.25.22: The Umbrella Academy Renewed, PINKSHIFT’s New Single, and Barbie Ferreira Leaving Euphoria

— Today we talk about the fourth season of The Umbrella Academy, PINKSHIFT’s new single, and Barbie Ferreira leaving Euphoria — The Umbrella Academy Renewed Let’s all celebrate together because The Umbrella Academy has been renewed for a fourth and final season! Netflix and showrunner Steve Blackman announced today that the fan favorite series will be back. Blackman said, “I’m so excited that the incredibly loyal fans of The Umbrella Academy will be able to experience the fitting end to the Hargreeves siblings’ journey we began five years ago. But before we get to that conclusion, we’ve got an amazing… Read more »


News Flashes 07.27.22: The Grey Man Sequel, Pinocchio’s Trailer, The Wonder Years’ “Low Tide”, Pinkshift Goes on Tour, and a Shawn Mendes Update

Today we talk about The Gray Man sequel, Pinocchio‘s teaser trailer, The Wonder Years’ new single, Pinkshift’s upcoming tour, and an update on Shawn Mendes’ health. The Gray Man Grows Netflix‘s original movie The Gray Man has seen so much success since its release that they are ready to make it into an entire franchise. The movie, starring Ryan Gosling and directed by the Russo Brothers, is getting a sequel. Netflix has not yet released what it will be about but the story is based on a book series by Mark Greaney. The Russo Brothers said, “The audience reaction to… Read more »


Pinkshift in Carrboro

Pinkshift hit the road with Bayside and made a stop at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, NC. idobi photographer Austin Spruill captured the band’s energetic set in the gallery he provided below. Scroll through Austin’s photos to relive the night!


News Flashes 06.01.22: PINKSHIFT Joins Hopeless Records, Panic! At The Disco’s New Album, and The 1975’s Announcement

Today we talk about PINKSHIFT joining Hopeless Records, Panic! At the Disco’s Viva Las Vengeance, and The 1975 letting us in on their little secret. PINKSHIFT Joins Hopeless Records It’s a big day for the band PINKSHIFT! Not only was it announced that they have officially signed to Hopeless Records, but they dropped a brand new single and are headed out on a tour that will start in the UK tomorrow. Their single “nothing (in my head)” needs to be listened to immediately. When talking about their new song they said, “nothing (in my head) is a cry for help.… Read more »

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