Tag: "Brand New"
Brand New have added a handful of summer tour dates across the US, with more headlining dates and festivals to be announced later.
Travis Barker Did A Thing And I’m Happy About It This will be the thrilling sequel to the book series I decided to start last week. But no, Travis deserves all the candy and flowers in the world for finally saying what we’ve all been thinking… Tom Delonge uses pro-tools and needs to grow a […]
Just in case you missed anything while living under your rock, here’s all the insanity you can handle from February 23rd-March 1st.
Bunbury Music Fest has announced its lineup. The 2015 roster includes Brand New, Matt and Kim, Twenty One Pilots, Walk The Moon, Bleachers and more. You can check the lineup below. The festival takes place in Cincinnati, OH from June 5th-7th. Tickets are on sale now! This is the first announcement for the festival, and […]
Itâ€™s easy around this time of year to bury yourself in comfort food and sad songs, but you can only do that for so long before you need a change of pace. Once youâ€™ve gotten your fill of indulging your winter blues (which we talked about in last weekâ€™s Tuesday Ten), itâ€™s time to move on to curing themâ€”and weâ€™ve got the perfect playlist for that, too.
Brand New Give Us More… The most perfect band in life, Brand New, finally announced some more West Coast shows this spring with Circa Survive and Desaparecidos alternating on specific dates. Their news was the biggest of the week for me. Over the past couple of years Brand New have toured consistently, and they’ve fueled […]
Brand New have announced a handful of spring tour dates with Circa Survive, and both bands will be featured on this year’s Coachella festival.
Winter sucks. And some days, thereâ€™s just no point in trying to fight it; all you want to do is curl up under the covers and break out your favorite angsty music while preparing for hibernation. Thatâ€™s why our writers have prepared a two-part playlist dedicated to the winter blues; check out part one this week!
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.