Blue of Colors is the solo project of Punchline frontman Steve Soboslai. His debut album, Small Little Pieces, is out today, and you can stream it in the replies or on his AP.net profile. If you like what you hear, pick up a physical or digital copy. Punchline supporters are sure to be delightfully pleased, as will fans of Death Cab for Cutie and Rilo Kiley.
Punchline's first record ever, How To Get Kicked Out of the Mall, is now legally available for the first time ever in digital format for pay-what-you-want on Bandcamp. It's being released as part of the band's 15-year anniversary.
We are proud to announce that we will be one of the sponsors for this year's Midsummer Mayhem Festival taking place at the Trocadero in Philadelphia, PA on July 28th. Punchline will be one of the headliners with more bands to be announced. More info on the festival can be found in the replies.
Punchline are releasing a series of videos documenting their discography leading up to their 15th anniversary show in Pittsburgh on July 27th. Watch the premier installment, which discusses their first demo tapes, It's Gonna Be Shweet and Problems, in the replies.
Steve Soboslai admits that he's pretentious. As if fronting Punchline wasn't enough, he also releases his own music under the name Blue of Colors. He recently showed off his solo skills for our Backstage Sessions. Head to the replies to watch him perform acoustic versions of "Goodbye Stranger" and "Edward Norton."
Anthony Raneri of Bayside and Steve Soboslai of Punchline recently wrapped a brief tour together, and I captured the final date at T.T. the Bear's Place in Cambridge, MA on April 29 for our Live Sessions. Head to the replies to watch full acoustic sets from each musician.