Hot Water Music will be heading out on its first headline tour in 8 years in early 2013, and the band is taking The Menzingers and La Dispute along for the ride. You can find pre-order details here and tour dates in the replies.
Today we've got something special from our friends on the Favorite Gentlemen Tour. All Get Out recently shot a video with Brad Vander Lugt of La Dispute, David Williams, and Joseph VanSpronsen for a new live session series. Head to the replies to watch the behind-the-scenes view of the filming shot by Jonathan Corley of Manchester Orchestra.
February's Shallow Water t-shirt can be purchased here. It was designed by Adam Vass of La Dispute and will benefit Mass Equality. These shirts are limited and the first three months sold out pretty quickly, so don't hesitate!
La Dispute is giving their entire discography away for free today (type in "0" on Bandcamp to download). Any money donated will be given to 826michigan, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting students aged 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and teachers who inspire their students to write.
You can read the second part of the interview with Jeremy Bolm (Touche Amore) and Jordan Dreyer (La Dispute) here. Head to the replies of the interview to see a follow-up with Dreyer discussing the new album.
Last year I dropped the ball on releasing an interview I had with Jeremy Bolm (Touche Amore) and Jordan Dreyer (La Dispute) discussing and questioning each other about their bands' work on last year's split, Searching For a Pulse/Worth of the World. You can now read the first half of the interview here and head to the replies to read a few follow-up questions from Bolm about the upcoming release of Touche Amore's Parting the Sea Between the Brightness and Me. Check back soon for the second half and a follow-up from Dreyer about the upcoming La Dispute album.