Following the release of their eighth studio album, 152, Taking Back Sunday has announced their massive 2024 North American tour. The tour, which kicks off on May 19 in New Orleans, LA, will feature Citizen as support across the run. “Man, just taking it all in. We’ve been on a whirlwind on finishing the record, getting everything ready to put it out, making all the plans,” the band shares of their forthcoming tour. “Now comes our other favorite part, getting to visit so many cities in North America and playing live. The set will be a good mixture of albums,… Read more »
Taking Back Sunday’s John Nolan and Gunz have one of the best sit down interviews talking all things TBS past, present and to come! It’s a must listen.
Throughout a remarkable journey spanning over two decades and marked by the release of eight full-length albums, Taking Back Sunday stands as an unwavering and highly sought-after presence, both for their devoted fans and within the rock music scene. With each new release, Adam Lazzara and Co. have consistently harnessed the same sonic enchantment that has become synonymous with their name. This magnetic quality, be it through Lazarra’s iconic mic swing or the group’s give-it-your-all stage presence, initially captured the hearts of fans during the golden age of MTV and VH1, cementing their place as a beloved fixture in the… Read more »
If you could ask for any gift on your wedding day, and I really mean anything… would you ask for a personal performance from Taking Back Sunday? Well, for newlyweds Sammi and Adam Seman, their wishes came true. On Friday, October 27, the quartet arrived to a reception at Trout Lake in Pennsylvania, dressed up in matching burnt orange suits. (Taking some fashion inspo from their friends in The Maine, perhaps?) At first, the couple did not believe it was them. After all, wouldn’t most people have to take a pause to make sure a surprise like this was real?… Read more »
As anticipation builds around the long-awaited album 152, their first new collection in a staggering seven years, Taking Back Sunday has shared their third preview pulled from the LP—a resounding anthem titled “Amphetamine Smiles.” The 10-track collection is slated for release on October 27, courtesy of Fantasy. “Amphetamine Smiles” emerges as a delightful, sun-soaked anthem that effortlessly invites listeners to join in for a sing-along moment. Within its harmonious notes and arrangement, the song’s allure lies in its ability to transport listeners to a carefree state of mind. With its infectious melodies and spirited instrumentation, “Amphetamine Smiles” exudes an irresistible… Read more »
Taking Back Sunday have announced the details of ‘152’, their first album in seven years and a celebration of how far they have come.
In the midst of their summer tour leading up to Four Chord Music Festival, Taking Back Sunday surprised fans with an incredibly special and beautifully intimate house show this past weekend. In a backyard in their hometown of Long Island, NY, the band performed to a small but insanely rowdy crowd. Videos have been circulating the internet for the last few days, racking up literally millions of views across different social media platforms. It is turning into somewhat of a phenomenon. Are house shows back? Did they ever go away? There are certainly smaller, up-and-coming bands playing in living rooms,… Read more »
Emo kings, Taking Back Sunday have returned today to give us a brand new single, “The One”. We are thrilled, obviously. The devastating and emotional track shows the band tugging at our heartstring, as well as their own. This new song comes after a batch of newer tracks included on their 20th anniversary reissue of Tell All Your Friends, titled Twenty. Before that, the band hasn’t released new music since their 2016 album, Tidal Wave. Does this mean we will be getting a new full-length soon? We sure as hell hope so. Speaking on the new song, the band shared:… Read more »
The Maine will be joining the Sad Summer Festival and we could not be more thrilled. Taking Back Sunday is headlining the event and they’ll both be joined by PVRIS, Hot Mulligan, Mom Jeans, Stand Atlantic, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Head Automatica, L.S. Dunes, and Motion City Soundtrack.
Come join one of the bands that helped bring emo/pop punk to the masses – Taking Back Sunday and John Nolan as they share memories of the band, as well as dish exclusive details on new TBS music! If that wasn’t enough – how about a Straylight Run return?! All the details and more in this interview that you NEED to listen to if you’re a TBS fan. Make sure to follow and subscribe to The Gunz Show podcast as well!