Edit: The chat is now over. Thanks a lot to the band for spending over an hour answering questions. Be sure to check out Southern Air tomorrow and Yellowcard's tour this fall with The Wonder Years and We Are The In Crowd.
Yellowcard will be chatting in this thread at 1pm (PST) today. They'll have blue names and you can join them by heading to the replies and posting questions, comments, etc. The band's great new album, Southern Air, hits stores tomorrow. Make sure you've pre-ordered on iTunes as I'd love to see these guys hit the top 10. Also, don't forget they're heading out on tour soon - so, you can check out all the dates and get tickets, here.
Just wanted to remind everyone that Yellowcard will be chatting on the website today at 1pm (PST). There will be a thread on the homepage around that time where you can talk with the band about their awesome new album, Southern Air, which comes out tomorrow.
I'm going to be sitting down with Ryan from Yellowcard shortly to talk about the new album and all that -- I also wanna include some questions from you guys, so if you've got anything you want me to ask -- drop a note in the replies.
We are happy to announce that our friends Yellowcard will be chatting here on the website on August 13th at 1pm PST. Stop by to hang out in a thread (it'll be here on the homepage) and ask them about their new album, Southern Air, their upcoming tour, and anything else you can think of.
Check out Yellowcard's first single from Southern Air, titled "Here I Am Alive," here. It features Tay Jardine from We Are The In Crowd on it, and this is the song that Patrick Stump had a hand in writing. The phenomenal record comes out August 14.
FUSE will be streaming some Warped Tour sets tonight beginning at 7:40 EST. The schedule is below, and you should be able to watch it in the replies when it goes live...but if streams don't work when embedded, the link is here.
There's a video interview with Yellowcard's Ryan Mendez in the replies, where he teases a fall tour. He says the opening bands are already locked in, but doesn't say who they are. Who do you want to see Yellowcard hit the road with in support of Southern Air?
Yellowcard violinist Sean Mackin was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in December 2011, and has undergone surgeries and radiation to help fight it. He's getting stronger every day and plans to perform with Yellowcard throughout the entire Warped Tour. Sean wrote a message to the band's fans, which you can read below. Yellowcard is a favorite among the AP.net community, and I personally consider Sean to be one of the most genuinely nice, and wholeheartedly optimistic, people I've met in this industry. We wish him the best of luck moving forward in his treatments, hope he finds the strength and support he needs moving forward, and pray for only the best in the coming months.
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.
Today we could not be happier to bring you the brand new single from Yellowcard. The new song is called "Always Summer" and comes from the band's upcoming full-length album due out in just a few months. You can head to the replies to stream the new song and check out the single artwork -- or it's also on the band's AP.net profile. The violin solo loudly declares it's time for the weather to get warm ... and time to turn up some Yellowcard. Enjoy!