Trophy Eyes Announce New Album via Hopeless Records
Australian natives, Trophy Eyes, will be releasing their debut full-length on November 4th. The album, titled Mend, Move On, will be released via Hopeless Records and is currently available for pre-order, by clicking here!
Below you can check out the album art and track listing for Mend, Move On.
Big Something Announce New Album
North Carolina band, Big Something, have announced their new album to be released on November 4th. The band’s third full length album, Truth Serum, has a “powerful sound that is both refreshingly original and yet classic in its approach.”
Below you can check out the album art and track listing for Truth Serum.
Cage The Elephant Fall Arena Tour
Cage The Elephant hit the road earlier this month on a nationwide arena tour with The Black Keys. The Kentucky rock band has had a huge summer playing almost every major US festival including Coachella, Bonnaroo, Firefly and Lollapalooza, always coming out the other side as one of the must-see acts at the festival - and the band is definitely a must-see act this fall as well!
Below you can find the remaining dates of the tour!
Track Premiere: Future Laureates – “Down”
The Future Laureates premiere a new song “Down,” off their upcoming album, ‘Here And After.’
CMJ.com premiered The Future Laureates’ new song, “Down,” just a few days ago! Frontman, Danny Surico explained the songs message by saying, “the song is speaking about the current gay rights movement and the shifting cultural landscape in our country. As a band, we have a lot of GLBTQ friends and family who are paving the way for social change, and specifically fighting for the right to marry. This is one small way of showing our support for marriage equality and the many brave people championing equal rights.”
We recently sat down with the guys and did an acoustic session including their track, “Sinners and Saints,” which you can watch here. Both tracks are off the bands upcoming EP, Here and After, which drops on September 23rd!
Interview With:: To Write Love On Her Arms
To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA) is currently out on the road presenting the Hope Revolution Tour featuring Hawthorne Heights and The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus. Last weekend our photographer, Caitlyn Willard, had the chance to cover one of the stops on the tour and chat with Chad Moses of TWLOHA about the organization, it’s message, and how they’re enjoying the tour! You can read Caitlyn’s interview below!