Manchester Orchestra has a video update from their time with Kevin Devine in the U.K. Included is a cover of MGMT's "Time To Pretend" and the pilot episode of Andy Hull and Kevin Devine's new show Baby Time. Check out the video in the replies and see more cool stuff at Sounds of Buzz.
Kevin Devine has signed with Big Scary Monsters to release his latest album, Brother's Blood, abroad. The album will see a release date of July 20th overseas. Press release and tour dates are in the replies.
Our buddy Kevin Devine will release his lauded fifth album, Brother's Blood, on April 28th, but you can stream the entire record right now on his AP.net Profile. Our own Gregory Robson calls it "hypnotic" and "incendiary" in his review. Do you agree?
Last night, at Kevin Devine's CD re-release show in Brooklyn, Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra played a new song called "Wolves at Night: Part II." Says Hull of the song, which will appear on the band's next album, "I wish I was joking, because it'd be funny. But I'm not."
More complete and correct information has surfaced about the Kevin Devine, Dave Elkins (Mae) and The Jealous Girlfriends tour in early 2008. See all the information and all of the final dates in the replies.
Ace Enders has updated his ABSOLUTExclusiveAP Tour Journal in support of his current tour with Steel Train and Kevin Devine. See if the tour is coming near you here, and stay tuned for more ticket and CD giveaways.
If you win this contest, you will receive tickets to a date on the AP.net-sponsored Ace Enders and a Million Different People Tour with Steel Train, Socratic and Kevin Devine and a signed copy of The Mother, the Mechanic and the Path. Here is your task: Find a picture of the best The Early November,I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business, or Steel Train tattoo and post it in the replies.
EDIT: One picture per post, please. This contest is about finding the coolest tattoo not just posting all the ones you can find.
Today marks the first day of the Ace Enders and a Million Different People Tour with Steel Train, Socratic, and Kevin Devine (on select dates). AP.net is an official sponsor, and we will be giving away prizes and tickets throughout the dates of the tour - starting now. Be the first to answer this trivia question and win a signed copy of The Mother, The Mechanic and The Path, a signed copy of I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business, and a pair of tickets to any date on the tour: What do The Early November, Brand New, MxPx, The Juliana Theory, and Funeral For A Friend all have in common?
HINT: You will probably have more luck with this if you own a retail copy of The Room's Too Cold or...
Kevin Devine will be taking Pablo (Curb Appeal Records; Jim Suptic's label) out on tour in late January, along with Koufax and Jennifer O'Connor. Tour dates are below, along with a Pablo press release.
New names for Give It A Name Festival in London now include: The Pink Spiders, From First to Last, Say Anything, Kevin Devine, and there are rumors of a certain band recording a CD in London that will play their first UK show dates after a certain band member's illness caused them to pull out of a few tours. Who could that be?