Last week Turnover and mewithoutYou kicked off their tour with Circa Survive at House of Blues Boston. Alex ran around backstage with Turnover, interviewed fans, Danny met Anthony Green for the first time, and much more. Don't miss the rest of the tour (dates are below). All the shows so far have sold out very quickly, click the flyer and grab tickets.
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Elvis Depressedly will be hitting the road this March for a string of west coast shows with Joy Void recording artist Erik Phillips, formerly known as Cat Be Damned. Elvis Depressedly is touring in support of their 2016 release/re-release "Holo Pleasures / California Dreamin'" which is available on all formats here.
Although Modern Baseball leave later this month for a full tour of the UK and Europe, the band just announced they'll 'be hitting the road once again this March, this time in the US with Kevin Devine, Sorority Noise, and The Obsessives as support.
They also announced that they will be playing Shaky Knees Festival (the XX, LCD Soundsystem, Phoenix) in Atlanta Georgia this May, as well as Forecast Festival (Weezer, LCD Soundsytem, PJ Harvey) in Louisville, Kentucky in July. Tickets for all upcoming shows are on sale now.
We're excited to announce Pinegrove will be performing at Panorama Festival on Randall's Island, NY this June, alongside Nine Inch Nails, Solange, Tame Impala, Belle and Sebastian, Frank Ocean, MGMT and a Tribe Called Quest. Passes are available here.
In case you missed it, Pinegrove recently capped of an incredible year with an amazing Tiny Desk Concert for NPR. Check it out below.
The band will also be touring Europe and the UK in February, in their continued support of their incredible 2016 LP "Cardinal", which has been heralded by Pitchfork, Spin, AV Club, Vulture, NPR, Stereogum, and Paste. You can find the European + UK tour dates here.
The inaugural Something In The Way Festival last month was a resounding success. A huge thank you is due to Fred Perry, Webster Hall, APA, ADA Distribution, Sonos, Throne Watches, all the bands who played, and everyone who bought a ticket, resulting in two incredible, sold out shows. We invited our incredibly talented friend Reid Haithcock out to photograph the whole experience, from Citizen's acoustic show at Fred Perry, to the Sonos pre-party, the pre-show in Boston, and of course, the main event in NYC.
Something In the Way @ Webster Hall ~ NYC ~ 12/14/2016
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Something In the Way Pre-Show @ The Royale Boston ~ 12/13/2016
HORSEJUMPER OF LOVE
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HORSEJUMPER OF LOVE @ Boston Pre-Show
TURNOVER @ Boston Pre-Show
CITIZEN @ Boston Pre-Show
BASEMENT @ Boston Pre-Show
Citizen Acoustic Show @ Fred Perry Boston ~ 12/13/2016
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