Valencia have posted a live video from Warped Tour in Philly of "The Space Between" right here. An actual music video, directed by Ron Najor (Angels & Airwaves), will be unveiled in a few weeks. This Could Be A Possibility will be out September 19th (again) now that I Surrender Records has a new distro deal. You will now have no excuse not to check out one of the sleepers of 2005.
According to this article, the new Head Automatica single will be "Lying Through Your Teeth" and the video will be filmed sometime next month. Also, Daryl has a lot of music and lyrics ready for the next Glassjaw record; the band just needs a lot of time, money for recording, and to figure out who will release the new record.
Kevin Devine's new album, Put Your Ghost To Rest, will be released on October 17th. Also, he has announced a string of tour dates which he will be supporting Corinne Bailey Rae. Kevin will be performing solo at these shows, and the dates are as follows:
According to Wikipedia, hellogoodbye's video for "Here In Your Arms" will be directed by Fred Savage (The Wonder Years). The concept features a sleep away camp whose counselors, unbeknownst to the campers, turn into zombies at night that like to have dance parties under the stars.
Amber Pacific's new video for "Poetically Pathetic" can be seen at Fuse's website, an acoustic version of "Save Me From Me" can also be downloaded there. Amber Pacific will be playing the Vans Warped Tour this year and will be on every date until July 20th.
Here's the tracklisting for the new EP, Whale Songs to Kensington Garden, from Emerald Moon Records' Boy Crazy.The release will feature a full-length DVD, and will be available on April 18th. Listen to tracks 4 and 5 on their Purevolume and track 2 and a DVD preview on their Myspace.
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The Rakes will be playing at SXSW this year and also playing a short East Coast tour afterwards. No dates have been confirmed yet (well, besides SXSW). Their full length release will be out this spring in America via Dim Mak/V2.
Boys Like Girls has posted a new, rough demo (recorded on a laptop) titled "Me, You, and My Medication" on both their MySpace and pureVOLUME pages. Below are the band's upcoming shows, including a show on February 4th with hellogoodbye:
Below is slew of news from The Fold, in list format. The band's Tooth And Nail debut hits shelves on February 21st and you can find their upcoming tour dates with Spoken at the very bottom of the following text.
Well, it's short notice, but tonight (monday, nov.28th) on MTV2 at 9:00pm est, the 1st round episode of MTV's Dew Circuit Breakout featuring Hidden In Plain View and Pete Miser will air. The show will re-air at 1am, 4 am, 10:30 am and 2:30 pm on the 29th, all east coast times. The band's haven't seen it yet, so their first time watching will be yours as well. I believe this is the show that River City High won last year. Anyway, tune in, and if you like what you see, head over to MTV2.com and show HIPV some love! hollaaa
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...