Time and Distance's long-awaited debut LP, The Way It Should Be, is officially out today. In celebration, the band has added "Up, Out & Over It" to their pureVOLUME.com page. The song is the first track on the new record, which you can pick up now over at Smartpunk.
Time and Distance's debut full length, The Way It Should Be, is now available for pre-order at Smartpunk for $11 (every preorder comes with a free pin and sticker). The Matt Squire-produced album will officially be released on August 15th. Time and Distance is currently on tour with And Then I Turned Seven on the East Coast (dates below). A full US fall tour with Southcott is in the works.
We now have a brand new track from The Distance streaming on their AP.net profile. The song is called "Inspired By You (For The Broken Hearted)" and is lifted from the bands upcoming Abacus Recordings release, The Rise, The Fall, & Everything In Between, which is due out on June 27th.
The debut LP from The Distance entitled The Rise, The Fall, and Everything In Between will be in stores everywhere on June 27th. There is a limited edition version of the album that comes with a DVD. The DVD features the video for "Inspired By You", a making of the video, and documentary about the making of the record. Long time friend of the band, Bert McCraken, of The Used recorded some guest vocals on the record as well. Listen for Bert on the song, "At Least I'm Good At Something". This record will be the soundtrack to your summer. Finally look for the band on the road this month and next with Love Hate Hero and The Smashup. Check the guys out on Myspace. Dates and album track...
Time and Distance reveals all! Click here to read the interview I recently conducted with Greg of Time and Distance; we talk about the band's new CD, Matt Squire, the band's situation with Rob Hitt and I Surrender Records, and lots of other cool stuff.
If you're in the New York / Pennsylvania area, then maybe you can help Time & Distance, Big City Dreams and Valencia. The tour had a show fall through that was scheduled for tonight. If anyone in the area wants to throw a basement show, or just provide a place for the bands to crash and hang out, please email email@example.com. Also, for those in the Ohio / Western Pennsylvania areas, if you'd like to put together a show for the tour on Saturday, March 11th, please do the same.
Some fancy schmancy label reps are gonna be at Time and Distance's show tonight at Hogue Barmichael's in Newport Beach, CA; tickets are $10 and the band goes on at 9PM. Here are the rest of the band's California dates:
Time and Distance have posted the first three songs from their Matt Squire produced debut LP, The Way It Should Be, on their pureVOLUME.com page. The two newest songs are a new version of "Lost in Me" (from the Blood Loss EP), and a new track called "Four to Go," which features Heath Saraceno of Midtown. The band will be posting a new song every night at midnight until all eleven tracks are posted, so keep checking back. The band leaves this week for a tour that will span the entire USA. Check out their site for all the dates.
Time & Distance has posted the first track from their debut full length, The Way It Should Be, on their pureVOLUME.com page. The band will be posting one new song from the album at midnight each of the next ten days.
Time and Distance will be playing a show this Sunday, November 13th @ Sin-e (150 Attorney St. At Staunton) in New York City, NY @ 8pm. The band would love to see anyone / everyone there. Rumor has it there may be some "important people" in attendance checking the band out, so they'd love to have some friendly faces around. The band is also playing two shows in New Jersey: 11/11 @ Bloomfield Ave. Cafe in Montclair, and 11/12 @ Hamilton St. in Bound Brook. Try to make it out if you can. So far the "Not My Town, Not My Shame" tour has consisted of: six shows, four states, two arrests, and an endless supply of bad jokes. Try to make it out to a show if you can. The band has also decided to...