Yellowcard's AOL Sessions Under Cover are now available for viewing; the band goes acoustic and covers Radiohead's "High and Dry" in addition to performing their original songs "Light Up the Sky," "Keeper," and "Three Flights Down."
According to the video in the replies, Ryan Key, the lead singer of Yellowcard, is in the trailer for the film which has been given the working title Cloverfield (you know, the "mystery" ad before Transformers). We're not sure if he'll be in theatres on January 18th, 2008, but he's without a doubt in stores today with the band's new album, Paper Walls.
Yellowcard has launched a brand new website in support of their highly-anticipated, forthcoming full-length, Paper Walls, which has been slated for a July 17th release via Capitol Records. By selecting the audio player, fans can catch a glimpse of a handful of video stills from the group's upcoming music video for "Light Up the Sky."
Yellowcard will be performing at this year's annual National Hockey League pre-game draft party, which is scheduled to take place on Friday, June 22nd at Battelle Plaza in front of the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.
Track Listing 01) The Takedown
03) Shrink The World
05) Light Up The Sky
06) Shadows And Regrets
07) Five Becomes Four
09) Date Line (I Am Gone)
10) Dear Bobbie
11) You And Me And One Spotlight
12) Cut Me, Mick
13) Paper Walls
Yellowcard has posted a clip of a second new demo on their Myspace profile, along with ten other tracks from previous releases. According to the band's Myspace page, a new album is due out sometime this summer.
Yellowcard has been forced to postpone a string of early summer gigs due to vocalist Ryan Key's vocal cyst. Key will be undergoing surgery in the near future; click here to read more about the situation as well as to find out which shows have been postponed.
According to AcclaimedPunk.com: Yellowcard and Matchbook Romance will hit the road this summer for a string of festival and club dates. The tour kicks off in earnest May 7 at the Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis, Tennessee, and makes stops at radio festivals in Boston, Providence and Columbia, Maryland, before hitting its stride with the first club gig June 1 at the Marquee Theatre in Tempe, Arizona.
MTV2 will be airing a "Making Of The Video" for Yellowcard's "Rough Landing Holly" tomorrow (3/21) at 2:30 PM, Wednesday 3/22 @ 8:30am, and Friday 3/25 @ 7:30am. If you missed any of the show, head over to MTV2.com for more information.
Yellowcard's new video for "Rough Landing, Holly" will premier on MTV2 on March 20th; it will air at the top of every hour on "Unleashed." Yellowcard's feature on MTV2's "Makes a Video" will also air on the 20th. Airtimes coming soon.
Tonight's Yellowcard / Mae / Over It show at Slims in San Francisco, CA has been cancelled due to a band member illness in Yellowcard. Stay tuned for ticket exchange / refund information. Here's to a speedy recovery.
FUSE will be airing an exclusive Yellowcard concert tonight at 9PM ET, and will air an encore on February 11th at 9PM ET. Click here for performance clips, podcasts, interviews, downloads and other surprises you won't find anywhere else! Yellowcard will also be performing "Lights and Sounds" on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" tonight (Feb. 7th).
Yellowcard recently recorded a few tunes for Clear Channel's Stripped series, including "Empty Apartment," "Lights and Sounds," "Ocean Avenue," "Space Travel," and a cover of Ben Folds Five' s "Missing the War."
Do you live in the San Francisco / Bay Area and want tickets to the very sold out Yellowcard show on Wednesday, February 8th? Answer ALL of the following questions correctly and send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're the first to respond with all the correct answers and a valid mailing address (NO P.O. Boxes) - you will be sent a pair of tickets to the show. Good luck!
1. Who were the original, founding members of Yellowcard?
2. What was the name of Yellowcard's first release?
3. Yellowcard's current guitarist, Ryan Mendez, was in another band. What were they called?