“”Karate School” is a song about a young boy in rural England. Whose parents were killed in an accident where they were playing around with dark magic. The boy is forced to live with his relatives and then he gets an invitation to dark magic school. He irresponsibly decides to go to dark magic school. Where he meets some other unfortunate kids. And they all take karate. And some ducks show up.”
Long running emo act Senses Fail will be heading on tour in support of their recently announced new full length, If There Is Light, It Will Find You, which is set to drop on February 16, 2018 via Pure Noise Records.
The band will be touring with Reggie and the Full Effect, Have Mercy, and Household. Pre-orders are live. Tour dates are below.
Queens pop punk band Bayside have announced a spring run of shows with LA’s Say Anything. The tour kicks off in April and will feature Reggie and the Full Effect (April 17th – May 14) and Hot Rod Circuit (May 16th – 27th) as support.
Bayside’s 7th studio album Vacancy was released last summer via Hopeless Records.
Check out the full list of tour dates below.
Philadelphia’s The Weaks have posted a video for Kick It, a track taken from their debut full length Bad Year, released back in April via Lame-O Records. The video tells the bizarre story of the band members being ousted and replaced by the lads from Modern Baseball and some guy eating a hot dog. Rather than trying to explain, it’s probably easier if you just go and check out the video for yourself!
The Weaks are also hitting the road alongside Reggie And The Full Effect and Pentimento, check out the video and the upcoming tour dates below.
Equal Vision Records labelmates Say Anything and Saves The Day have announced that they will be heading out for a full US co-headline tour this Winter. The tour will further celebrate the 10th anniversary of Say Anything’s …is a Real Boy(Doghouse Records) and the 15th anniversary of Saves The Day’s Through Being Cool (Equal Vision Records).
Reggie and the Full Effect will be offering support for the tour. Full dates and listings can be found below.
New Jersey’s Dads has announced upcoming tour dates including a slew of U.S. dates opening for Reggie and the Full Effect. The band will be supporting their 2013 EP, Pretty Good, available now on 6131 Records.
Tour dates are below.
In support of their new album, No Country For Old Musicians, Reggie & The Full Effect have announced a headlining tour with Dad’s and Pentimento.
Full dates are below and pre-sale tickets can be purchased here.
No Country For Old Musicians was recorded at Black Lodge Recording studios in Eudora, Kansas; it was the last album recorded at the studio before it shut down. The album features guest vocals from the likes of Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance), Adam Lazzara (Taking Back Sunday), Allison Weiss and Sean Ingram (Coalesce) while Ray Toro (My Chemical Romance) joined to play guitar on two tracks.
The album is due out November 19th. Read More…
Pentimento has announced that they will be supporting Reggie & the Full Effect as they tour early next year along with Dads. The tour will start in mid January and cut well into February. Pentimento continue to support their recent EP, Inside The Sea, which was released last month via Paper + Plastick Records.
Full tour listings can be found below.
Reggie and The Full Effect, side project from The Get Up Kids keyboardist James Dewees, has premiered a new song. The track is titled 37 and will feature on his upcoming kickstarter funded album, No Country for Old Musicians. For the album’s November 19th release, James teamed up with Pure Noise Records following his successful crowd sourcing venture.
You can check out the song here.