Coming off of the release of their latest record Vacancy back in August, Bayside have gifted us a special surprise less than two months later.

The New York rockers announced a 7-inch also titled Vacancy, which features an unreleased track called “This Could Be Our Lives”, as well as two acoustic renditions of songs from their seventh album, providing alternate versions of “The Ghost” (featuring Chris Conley of Saves The Day) and “Not Fair” (digital only).

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In addition to this announcement, the group will also embark on an acoustic tour around the Northeast, which will feature Hawthorne Heights as the opening act. The dates can be seen below.

December 16  Pawtucket, RI  The Met

December 17  Poughkeepsie, NY  The Chance

December 18  Lancaster, PA  Chameleon Club

December 20  Wilmington, DE  World Café Live

December 21  Baltimore, MD  Ottobar

December 22  Asbury Park, NJ  House of Independents

December 23  Brooklyn, NY  The Bell House

Those who are familiar with Bayside will remember that the group put out an acoustic album back in 2005, and speaking on the release of the 7-inch, frontman Anthony Raneri noted that an acoustic touch only adds versatility to Bayside’s sound.

“We have always set out to be a band that had many layers to our music,” explains Raneri.  “We’ve always considered ourselves a punk band that wrote pretty complex songs that really stray from the standard straight forward punk song. Ever since our acoustic record in 2005, acoustic versions of our songs have been a great tool in our arsenal to showcase the depths of our songs without the layers of distortion.”

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The digital version of the Vacancy 7-inch is available now on ITunes, Spotify and Apple Music, and a physical copy can be purchased online here.

Before showcasing their acoustic talents in the United States, Bayside will be touring around Australia.

November 3  Bunbury Wa, Australia  Prince of Wales

November 4  Perth, Australia  Amplifier

November 5  Adelaide Sa, Australia  Fowlers Live

November 6  Melbourne, Australia  Corner Hotel

November 9  Belconnen, Australia  The Basement

November 10  Newcastle West, Australia  Cambridge Hotel

November 11  Camperdown, Australia  Manning Bar

November 12  Brisbane, Australia  The Brightside

November 13  City of Gold Coast, Australia  Shark Bar 


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