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The Menzingers Get Emotional On “Come On Heartache”

The Menzingers have unveiled the latest taste of their upcoming new album in the form of “Come On Heartache“. The album that they are about to release is called Some Of It Was True, and will be dropping on October 13 via Epitaph. It feels like a different record for the band in all the best ways, reflecting where the members are in their lives. With the fans of the band also growing at the same rate, it feels like they are writing in a way that reflects their whole community. That’s an incredibly special place to be in your career, and even more so when the songs are so incredible.

So far, there’s been opener duo “Hope Is A Dangerous Thing” and “There’s No Place In This World For Me“. But with this new track, they slow things right down and get to the center of what it means to feel a certain way.

Come On Heartache” feels like the sort of song that gets sung around campfires. A heartfelt and honest account of how it feels to have your emotions thrown around and be absolutely over it. That moment when you feel like you are going to catch a break and have a lick of happiness and peace. When such a sentiment is presented by a band like The Menzingers, it hits that little bit harder.

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The band had this to say about the track:

“Our third single, “Come on Heartache”, is out now! This one felt extra special from the get go, it’s one of our favorites off the album and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Thanks to Britain Weyant & co for crushing the video, and extra thanks to Lynnewood Hall for allowing us to film at their unbelievable location.” 

And what a location it is. Showing off the band playing their instruments in various spots of such a gorgeous estate, it’s a wonderful accompaniment to the track. You can check it out below.

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The Menzingers will be celebrating the release of Some Of It Was True with a tour this Fall.

They will be joined by MicrowaveCloud Nothings and Rodeo Boys as well, and here are all the dates:

  • Nov 09 – Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall 
  • Nov 10 – Boston, MA @  Roadrunner 
  • Nov 11 – New York, NY @ Knockdown Center 
  • Nov 12 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall 
  • Nov 14 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade 
  • Nov 15 – Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works 
  • Nov 16 – Cincinnati, OH @ Bogarts 
  • Nov 17 – Richmond, VA @ The National 
  • Nov 18 – Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore 
  • Nov 19 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Roxian Theatre 
  • Nov 24 – Columbus, OH @ The Athanaeum Theatre 
  • Nov 25 – Chicago, IL @ The Salt Shed 
  • Nov 26 – St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant 
  • Nov 28 – Dallas, TX @ Southside Music Hall 
  • Nov 29 – Austin, TX @ The Far Out 
  • Dec 01 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Nile 
  • Dec 02 – San Diego, CA @ The Observatory 
  • Dec 03 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco 
  • Dec 05 – Berkeley, CA @ The UC Theatre 
  • Dec 06 – Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall 
  • Dec 07 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo 
  • Dec 08 – Vancouver, BC @ Harbour Convention Centre 
  • Dec 09 – Eugene, OR @ McDonald Theatre 
  • Dec 10 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades 
  • Dec 12 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Rockwell at The Complex 
  • Dec 13 – Denver, CO @ Mission Ballroom 
  • Dec 14 – Lawrence, KS @ Liberty Hall 
  • Dec 16 – Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre 
  • Dec 17 – Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall 
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