The Hoodies' new album, What's To Come, is set for an August 15th release date and is now available for pre-order in two packages. One package includes an autographed copy of the album for $4.99, the other includes a limited edition shirt and autographed copy for $12.99. The album was mixed by Mark Trombino (Jimmy Eat World, The Starting Line).
The Hoodies have wrapped up recording their new 5 song EP, which will be titled What's To Come. Mark Trombino (Jimmy Eat World, Blink 182, The Starting Line, etc) will be mixing the EP, which is slated for an early to mid-August release date. The band also has a few dates coming up in July on The Audition and The Higher's summer tour (July 14th in NYC, 15th in Vineland NJ, and 16th in Baltimore).
The Hoodies took part in "Taylorgeddon" this past weekend (the band challenged Taylor Swift to show up and play her song better than them). The band has officially declared themselves the winners and have created a video to document the cease and desist process from start to finish, head to the replies to watch.
The Hoodies will be on Fearless Radio this Saturday, March 14th, from 2-3PM CST. To get in touch with The Hoodies while the band is on the air, either call 312/224-8273 or send an AIM message to fearlessradio00. The band will be playing that night at Beat Kitchen with Mark Rose of Spitalfield.
Colour Academy and The Hoodies are heading out on an East Coast tour in mid February. The tour has an open date on Thursday, February 26 and the bands are looking to do a house party in the NYC, Scranton, Newark, or Philadelphia region. Anyone interested in hosting the party can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hoodies have posted their cover of Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" for free download on their myspace profile. Additionally, the band is running a merch sale where everything in their store is $10 and comes with an autographed 4x6 photo and personalized video; the sale will run through Christmas.
The Hoodies are giving away 100 tickets to their show next Thursday, September 18th, at Blender Theatre in New York City; simply message the band on myspace with your first and last names, and how many tickets you wish to receive (maximum 4).
The Hoodies have posted a new song titled "Retina" on purevolume (the song was produced by Mark Trombino), and have made their song "Elegy" available for free download on myspace. Additionally, the band has posted a video of their time in Los Angeles working with Trombino, started a youtube contest, posted new pictures, announced new tour dates, and launched a new merch store - check it all out on myspace.