Post Season (ex Handguns) will release their debut 7", Restless Nights, on Broken Rim Records. The 7" will be hand numbered, on 2 limited colors, and include a digital download. You can listen to it here and pre-orders will be posted soon.
Handguns will be touring with State Champs, Veara and City Lights in March. The tour is a revised line-up from the recent announcement with Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! as headliners. Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! will instead be touring with A Day To Remember. You can find the dates in the replies.
Post Season (ex-Handguns, Nothing to Prove) will release their debut EP, Restless Nights, on December 18th via their own IDGRE (I Donít Give A Recordings). A 7" will later be available from Broken Rim Records. The band's upcoming tour dates with The Tired & True can be found in the replies.
Handguns performed an impromptu acoustic session in a motel in NY during the Today's Mixtape Festival weekend. The room was limited to 30 people due to space restrictions. You can watch the band perform "A Year In Review" in the replies.
One of the hardest working bands in pop-punk today, Handguns, is set to release their debut full-length Angst in late September. Today we're streaming "Song About You" and my personal opinion confidently says this is the best song the band has ever written. Handguns has taken leaps forward in their song-writing abilities, breaking out of their comfort zone to do things I've never heard them do before. Head to the replies to listen to "Song About You" and leave your thoughts there as well. You can buy the single on iTunes here.
Handgunswill release their full length debut, Angst, on September 25th via Pure Noise Records. The artwork can be seen in the AP.net gallery.
1. Porch Light
2. Drag You Out
3. Long October
4. Stay With Me
5. Early Retirement
6. Song About You
8. The War At Home
9. Nice Choice, Nice Life
10. Still Running Away
11. Fade Away
12. Where I Belong
Handguns recently played The First Unitarian Church in Philadelphia, PA, where they sold a sweatshirt to a fan whose parent deemed it offensive, demanding a refund. What do you think? Can a band name be offensive? Hit the replies to check out the band's response.
Stay Strong Kid has decided to help out Handguns with their van troubles. The group desperately needs a new van, so any of the profits seen from the Stay Strong Kid online store beginning at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, September 14, and continuing until Thursday September 15 at midnight, will be donated to the band.
Handguns and Forever Came Calling will release a split 7" in September on Pure Noise Records. It will include three new songs from each band and will mark vocalist Taylor Eby's final appearance in Handguns.