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Games We Play Shares Ethereal “Girl Shaped Crater” Music Video

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Games We Play released a new single and music video for “Girl Shaped Crater,” a track set to appear on the forthcoming record Life’s Going Great. The solo project from Emmyn Calleiro, Games We Play offers refreshing pop-punk sounds across recent singles including “too young.” and “All My Untalented Friends (Ooo La La).”

The full album will be available on March 1 via Fueled By Ramen. Check out the Romeo And Juliet-themed “Girl Shaped Crater” music video below as we wait for the full record.

“It’s about the most amazing person in the world who doesn’t see herself as you do,” Calleiro says of the song. “This girl is irreplaceable, and it’s like she came from another planet. There’s a hole in the earth, since she arrived so fast and crashed so hard.”

In an Instagram video, Calleiro confirmed that the song is about his wife, Dani Calleiro (Cimorelli), and he played the track for her. While they broke up in 2023, they “decided to work on things” and appear to be on good terms. She also seemed to be shedding a few tears while listening to the love track.

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[Life’s Going Great Artwork]

Life’s Going Great Tracklist:

  1. The End
  2. Typical Me
  3. Girl Shaped Crater
  4. Oh So Blue
  5. Petty Enemy
  6. Interlude (ft. Pete Wentz)
  7. too young.
  8. So Bad
  9. Pretty Boy
  10. Round & Round
  11. Interlude (ft. My Mom)
  12. Naked
  13. She’s The Girl
  14. All My Untalented Friends (Ooo La La)
  15. Life’s Going Great

Games We Play will play a few shows supporting Fall Out Boy and Jimmy Eat World in March. Later in the spring, he will be headlining the Life’s Going Great Tour with support from House Parties and Zoe Ko. Check out the full list of dates below and grab your tickets here.

Tour Dates:

  • March 15—Orlando, FL @ Amway Center ^
  • March 16—Jacksonville, FL @ VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena ^
  • March 19—Raleigh, NC @ PNC Arena ^
  • March 20—Baltimore, MD @ CFG Bank Arena ^
  • March 22—New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden ^
  • March 24, Albany, NY @ MVP Arena ^
  • March 26—Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena ^
  • March 27—Detroit, MI @ Shelter *
  • March 29—Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge *
  • March 30—Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry *
  • April 2—Denver, CO @ Meow Wolf *
  • April 3—Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court *
  • April 5—Vancouver, BC @ Wise Hall *
  • April 6—Seattle, WA @ Barboza *
  • April 7—Portland, OR @ Mission Theatre *
  • April 9—Los Angeles, CA @ El Cid *
  • April 10—Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar *
  • April 13—Austin, TX @ Empire Control Room *
  • April 14—Dallas, TX @ HOB- Cambridge Room *
  • April 16—St. Louis, MO @ Old Rockhouse *
  • April 17—Nashville, TN @ Eastside Bowl *
  • April 19—Orlando, FL @ The Social *
  • April 20—Atlanta, GA @ Purgatory The Masquerade *
  • April 23—New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre *
  • April 24—Washington, DC @ The Atlantis *
  • April 25—Philadelphia, PA @ The Church *
  • April 27—Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground *
  • April 28—Columbus, OH @ A&R Bar *
  • May 1—Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall *

^ Supporting Fall Out Boy
*Headline Show

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