Written by Carmen Mueller
A lot has been happening in the world of music; a bunch of new tour dates have been released from your favorite artists and music has been dropped. Get ready to write down this info, mark your calendars, set up alerts in your phones. Do it all, because here’s what you need to know.
All Time Low has announced multiple shows; the first is Emo Nite Day in Los Angeles with Dashboard Confessional on October 13rd. The second is on December 21st and the House of Blues in Chicago and the third is the Haunted Holidays Scary Little Christmas show. They’ll be playing with The Main and The Wrecks December 22nd.
More info and tickets can be found here
Bring Me the Horizon stirred up a lot of buzz with the release of their latest single “Mantra”. But not only is that being released, their album Amo is coming out January 11th of next year. If you need a BMTH fix soon though, they have announced a world tour including the USA, Canada, the UK, Europe, and Australia.
Tickets and more info can be found here
Silent Planet and Stray from the Path will be performing with Kublai Khan & Greyhaven from October 28th in California until November 31st.
Tickets can be found here
Bayside has announced an acoustic tour for the US starting in Chicago on November 24th until February 2nd in Nashville. They’ve also shared on that they are releasing an acoustic album “Acoustic Volume 2” set to come out on September 28th.
Find tickets here
The Story So Far released the singles “Upside Down”, “Take Me As You Please” and “Let It GO” from their upcoming album Proper Dose. They also announced a tour with Turnover, Citizen and Movements.
Preorder the album here
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Against the Current released singles “Personal”, “Almost Forgot” and “Strangers Again” from their next album Past Lives.
Preorder the album here
Chicago natives, Fall Out Boy, have also dropped projects surrounding their love of the Windy City. The Lake Effect Kid EP is out, along with a music video for their song "City in a Garden" which is off of the new EP. Not only are they performing at Wrigley Field with Rise Against and Machine Gun Kelly on September 8th, but they have even more treats in store! The band also set up #TheMANIAExperience which encompasses pop up shops, merch, and conceptual spaces that include unreleased FOB projects. The tickets for the events are free and will be available starting August 28th and the event will be open September 8th and 9th.
And finally, Waterparks released a new video for their song “Peach (Lobotomy)” which can be found on their YouTube. It’s a really fun, behind the scenes, stripped back sort of video. So if you adore these guys check the video out.