Make Do And Mend have secretly recorded a new full-length album called Don't Be Long, which will release on February 24 via Rise Records. The title track is streaming, amongst a length interview with the band, on Noisey, and you can also listen to it in the replies.
Loose Planes have released a new song called "Licking Cement," which can be streamed in the replies. The band is made up of Luke Schwartz (Make Do and Mend), Brent Mosser, Kyle O'Neil (Fireworks) and Teddy Roberts
The brand new 7" release from Make Do And Mend and The Flatliners is available today (you can purchase it here). We are exclusively streaming it on the site today, which you can check out in the replies or at each band's respective AP.net profiles (here and here).
Yelling out lyrics like “I’m finding new ways to burn” during “Disassemble” and being able to hear one of my favorite lines of last blasted in my ears as Carroll yelled, “You can click your heels until you wear holes in the floor / And realize that no place feels like home anymore” on the penultimate “Stay In The Sun”…these are moments you don’t forget. This is why live music is so incredible. This is why you need to see this band live, as it makes you appreciate their records even more – if you can even believe that.
This week I have two pairs of tickets to giveaway to the date of your choice on the upcoming Make Do And Mend and Cheap Girls' tour this summer. I'm giving away both pairs today - all you have to do is follow the instructions in the replies and I'll choose two winners at random later this afternoon. If you don't win today, don't fret - I have two more pairs to give away over the course of the next few weeks.
This week I have two pairs of tickets to giveaway to the date of your choice on the upcoming Make Do And Mend and Cheap Girls' tour this summer. I'm giving away the second pair today - all you have to do is tell me what your favorite song off of MDAM's Everything You Ever Loved is and why and I'll choose a winner at random later this afternoon. If you don't win today, don't fret - I have four more pairs to give away over the course of the next few weeks.
This week I have two pairs of tickets to giveaway to the date of your choice on the upcoming Make Do And Mend and Cheap Girls' tour this summer. I'm giving away one pair today - all you have to do is follow us on Twitter and retweet this tweet. I'll choose a winner at random later this afternoon. If you don't win today, don't fret - I have five more pairs to give away over the course of the next few weeks.
Anberlin just kicked off a primarily Canadian tour with Paper Route and Make Do and Mend so we're teaming up with Union Events to give away a pair of tickets to the Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary and Edmonton shows. Want to win? Just leave a post in the replies clearly stating which city you want a pair of tickets for. Entries will be put into a draw and winners will be notified through private message by April 19th.
Make Do And Mend released one of our favorite records last year, so we're stoked to announce the band's upcoming co-headlining tour with Cheap Girls this May. The two bands will be directly supported by Diamond Youth, making it one of the must-see tours of 2013. You can see all the tour dates and venues in the replies and stay tuned to the site for ticket information.
Dates for Anti-Flag's east coast 20th anniversary shows can be found in the replies. Support on the various dates includes The Swellers, Make Do and Mend, Hostage Calm, Lemuria, Code Orange Kids, This Is Hell and more.
Into It. Over It. will be doing a full band tour with Make Do And Mend, Owen, and Hostage Calm in October. Hit the replies for the announcement video, press release, and tour dates. No Sleep Records will also be pressing a 52 Weeks 4x12" vinyl book set (200 clear red, 300 white, 500 180 gram black) that can be pre-ordered for $50.
Too Long; Do Read is back, and our June feature highlights Make Do and Mend and its phenomenal new album, Everything You Ever Loved. Check out No Place Feels Like Home Anymore, the story of how life on the road helped Make Do and Mend write its best record yet, where vocalist James Carroll opens up about his struggles with heavy touring, the band's shift in sound, and what it's been like working with Rise Records. We've got some songs for you to stream in the article while you read.
Today, I could not be any more excited to bring you guys a stream of one of the very best records of 2012. Make Do and Mend has come a long way since 2010's End Measured Mile, and the release of Everything You Ever Loved provides validation that the band's struggles and triumphs have resulted in something fantastic. The album ranges from the aggression of MDAM's earlier music to more Jimmy Eat World and Foo Fighters-influenced sounds, as Drew noted in his great 9.5/10 review, and ultimately this is an album you don't want to miss out on. So head to their AP.net Profile to stream the whole record, and be sure to check back tomorrow or Wednesday for our Too Long; Do Read feature on the band.
Japandroids' Celebration Rock has been heralded around these parts lately, and Make Do and Mend's Everything You Ever Loved is highly anticipated as its June 19 release date comes nearer. I'll be chatting with both bands this week, so feel free to leave any questions you want to ask them in the replies!
We haven't had one of Eda's awesome Bored On Sunday discussions in a while, so I figured I'd whip one up for a discussion topic on a slow-moving Sunday. My question today is, which bands that we cover on AP.net should be on the radio today? Although it seems like a distant past, it wasn't all that long ago that pop-punk bands like All Time Low, Yellowcard, Fall Out Boy and many others graced the airwaves and MTV (when MTV played music videos). I've outlined a few songs that have come out recently that I think would have been on the radio back when these types of bands were more common. Take to the replies to discuss which songs and bands you think should be on regular rotation.
Preorders for Make Do and Mend's new record, Everything You Ever Loved, are now up on MerchNow. The vinyl options are a tri-color wedge, limited to 200 units, available in a $60 bundle with two t-shirts and a photo book, 300 ultra clear vinyl, 500 deep purple vinyl, and 500 gold vinyl. You can also see their music video for "Lucky" in the replies.
A brand-new Make Do and Mend song was premiered today on BBC Radio 1. Right now, you can stream the song right here if you fast forward to 1:26:05. The new track is titled "Lucky" and it's the eighth song on the group's Rise Records debut full-length, Everything That You've Ever Loved. If the link changes, we'll try to update it as soon as we can.
Make Do and Mendwill be releasing a new song on Daniel Carter's BBC Radio 1 rock show tonight. This will be the first track from the band's Rise Records debut full-length, Everything You Ever Loved. We'll post a link to the song when it is available to stream. You can also check out two acoustic song performances in the replies.
Check out Make Do and Mend's homemade music video for the acoustic version of "Unknowingly Strong" in the replies. The song comes from the band's Part and Parcel EP, which is available here. MDAM also recently finished recording its upcoming full-length for Rise Records.