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Something Corporate Announces New Year’s Eve Shows

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[Photo by: Connor Lenihan]

Pop the champagne because we’re ringing in the new year with Something Corporate! Coming off of a spectacular reunion weekend at When We Were Young Fest in October, Something Corporate has announced “Two Nights with Something Corporate” on New Year’s Eve. The back-to-back performances will feature Something Corporate headlining City National Grove of Anaheim in Anaheim, CA, on December 30 and December 31. The group will be joined by special guest Winona Fighter as support, and tickets for the event will go on sale on November 13 at 12 PM PT.

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And that’s not all we have to celebrate from the Something Corporate camp! Leading up to When We Were Young Fest weekend, the illustrious group, headed by the legendary Andrew McMahon, performed an intimate sideshow at the House Of Blues on Friday, October 20. During the performance, which saw the band playing beloved tracks such as “I Woke Up in a Car,” “Konstantine,” and “Punk Rock Princess,” the band revealed a “show poster.” The poster in question was spotted by idobi Radio’s Patrick Walford of Rock The Walls and read, “Something Corporate, Jack’s Mannequin, and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness will be playing a weekend full of shows together in 2024.” You can check it out below.

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[Photo via Patrick Walford]

Additionally, Walford had the opportunity to speak with Something Corporate at When We Were Young Fest and discuss what it was like creating their reunion setlist. In the interview, McMahon reveals, “I think ‘Straw Dog’ kind of surprised me a little bit.’ We made a setlist that we were all excited about. And then I kind of went into my Type A brain, and I was like, ‘I want to see the Spotify stats on our music.’”

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He continues, So I actually ranked all of the songs. I was surprised that ‘Straw Dog’ was kind of a little further in our setlist of 20 songs—I remember this one crushing pretty good. And then last night, seeing people sing it, I was like, ‘Eh, maybe data isn’t the only thing.’”

Check out the full clip from Walford’s interview with Something Corporate below.

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