Move Out West have officially entered the studio today to begin work on the follow up to On The Run. The band is headed to Boston, MA to work with producer Gary Cioffi, the man behind Transit's Listen & Forgive, at Maximum Sound Studios.
Tickets for the Glamour Kills tour featuring The Wonder Years, Polar Bear Club, Transit, The Story So Far, A Loss For Words (3/29-4/20) and Into It. Over It. (3/9-3/28) will go on sale at 3 pm. The direct link to the ticket purchase is here. Options to include the tour-only 12" (limited to 1,000) will be available, and you have to register an account before you buy tickets, so hurry up and do it! The artwork and tracklisting for the 12" can be seen in the replies.
For its entire life as a band, Transit has surrounded itself with a certain slug logo without really explaining what it means. Now, the band wants you to help spread the slug. Head to the replies to find out exactly what the slug is and go here for more info.
The Sheds posted a new song entitled "Heart" featuring Joe Boynton and Tim Landers of Transit on facebook. It will be on the band's new EP, Self/Doubt, due out early next year on Rite of Passage Records.
Nothing bad can happen when members of This Time Next Year and Transit get together to create music. So when Misser was revealed to the world as the brainchild of Tim Landers and Brad Wiseman, fans rejoiced. Today, we're streaming the band's EP Problems. Problems. Problems and offering you the first crack at the lyrics from the three song release. Head to the band's AP.net profile to stream the EP and the replies for the lyrics. You can purchase the EP on iTunes here.
Rise Records will be releasing a 4-way split 7" featuring Saves The Day, Bayside, Transit, and I Am The Avalanche. It will be available late October on their upcoming tour together. Head to the replies for the artwork and tracklisting.
Today we are beyond excited to bring you a brand new song from Transit. Taken off of their upcoming full-length Listen & Forgive, we have "All Your Heart" streaming on their AP.net Profile. The song, featuring Patrick Stump, features some scathing lyrical content towards those who have unfairly criticized Transit in the past. While you're giving the song a listen, check out our exclusive interview with the band as well, and leave your thoughts in the replies. Listen & Forgive, which you can preorder here, has been hailed by Jason Tate, myself and many others as one of the best releases of the year.
Today we are absolutely stoked to bring everyone the third episode of Transit's Listen and Forgive sessions, chronicling the group's making of their upcoming full-length by the same name. Head to the replies to check out the video, and if you missed it, there is a new song streaming here and preorders are here. Listen and Forgive will be out on October 4 on Rise Records - what are your expectations for it?