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The Spill Canvas Announce 20th Anniversary Tour With Ace Enders, Have Mercy, & More

We’re all over this tour announcement because we’re not over you, Spill Canvas! But we are feeling mighty old as the legendary act has announced their 20th Anniversary Tour run, which will feature setlists spanning their entire discography. Is anyone else scratching their heads and wondering how 20 years went by so quickly? In the group’s official announcement to socials, they write, “To call this announcement surreal is a vast understatement. 2024 marks the anniversary of two decades since the gears in this machine officially began churning. In honor of your love and support after all this time, we invite… Read more »


Brian Swindle Reflects On Have Mercy & The Band’s Growth On ‘NUMB’

Have Mercy may have released a self-titled EP last year, but with the release of their Rude Records debut full-length album, NUMB, the trio is officially back. In 2019, the announcement of Have Mercy‘s farewell tour initially felt like the closing chapter of an era—a victorious lap coming to a poignant conclusion. This emotional goodbye was only worsened and cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic. These unforeseen setbacks added an extra layer of emotion to what was already a deeply sentimental farewell, leaving fans grappling with uncertainty about the band’s future and the possibility of bidding them a proper goodbye.… Read more »


Have Mercy Find Themselves Stuck In The “Middle” On New Song

Ahead of their full album release, Have Mercy is sharing a bouncy new song and accompanying music video with retro visuals for “Middle.” You can catch this new track, as well as their October release “Alive” on NUMB, their full-length record arriving December 8 via Rude Records. So, if you have been waiting for new Have Mercy since their August 2022 self-titled EP, your time is almost here. In the meantime, here’s one more track to enjoy before December arrives. Check out “Middle” below. Vocalist Brian Swindle says, “‘Middle’ is about being in between two places. Knowing you want or… Read more »


Have Mercy Feel “Alive” On First New Music Of 2023

Marking their first new music since August 2022’s self-titled EP, Have Mercy has unveiled their soul-stirring new single, “Alive.” This captivating track is a sneak peek of what’s to come on their upcoming album, NUMB, which is scheduled to arrive via the group’s new label, Rude Records, on December 8. Embarking on a journey back to their roots, “Alive” is an examination of feeling ensnared in a toxic relationship with nowhere to turn or escape to. The song unfurls in an array of meticulously constructed drum fills and guitar work, creating a powerful backdrop for vocalist Brian Swindle’s  gut-wrenching opening… Read more »


Sundressed Tackle Anxiety Head-On With Have Mercy On New Single “Fuck It Up”

Following the release of “Bad Drugs” featuring City Mouth earlier this year, Sundressed has delivered their follow-up single “Fuck It Up” via Rude Records. The latest effort from the indie-punk four-piece also features legendary label mates Have Mercy. “Fuck It Up” sees vocalists Trevor Hedges of Sundressed and Brian Swindle of Have Mercy confronting anxiety when everything in life seems to be going too well and facing the lingering feeling that you’ll inevitably fuck it up. “This one is about the anxiety of screwing things up when everything is going so well,” Hedges shares in a press release. “We had… Read more »


idobi Acoustic: Have Mercy – Pete Rose and Babe Ruth

Brian Swindle of Have Mercy was kind enough to play an acoustic version of “Peter Rose and Babe Ruth” for us when the Zero Platoon Tour stopped in Long Island — and it turns out the song is just as powerful when stripped down to its rawest form.

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