Equal Vision announced Backwards Dancer as its newest signing, and Good Charlotte announced some amazing tour support. Check out the news you might have missed today (Feb. 8) below.

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Pierce The Veil and Sleeping With Sirens are supporting Good Charlotte on their European tour.

The routing is scheduled for this June with more dates to be announced. Grab tickets here.

 

Chapel—who are heading out on tour with Waterparks, Too Close To Touch and Creeper—released a new song called “Fool's Gold.”

Chapel released their debut song last October. They're signed to Rise Records and are managed by Tyler Carter.

See the tour dates here.

Zao are the next band to released a beer. Their beer is called Burned At The Stake, which is a lyric from their song, “The Sun Orbits Around Flat Earth Witch Trials,” (via Lambgoat).

That song comes from the band's newest release, The Well-Intentioned Virus.

Zao partnered with a Louisville, KY brewery called Against The Grain. It's a smoked stout with chili peppers and also has specialty grains like Pale Chocolate and Roasted Barley.

Backwards Dancer are joining Equal Vision Records through Max Bemis' (Say Anything) imprint Rory Records.

To celebrate, they released a music video for their new track, “Breathe Life Into Beauty,” filmed and produced by Ugly Duck Studios.

Here's what vocalist/guitarist Zack Shaw says of the signing:
“Growing up and through much of my formative years, the music of Say Anything and Saves the Day were integral for me in sorting out my own path and I found solidarity in their passion and prolific work. The opportunity to be seen on the same plane and exist in the same realm as these bands was something incredible and surreal, (still is…) but felt extremely natural.
“The support and confidence that Max and the entire EVR/Rory team has shown us has been incredible, so working with them seemed like the perfect place for our music to live. We are looking forward to making our best art to contribute to this culture we have grown up around.”

Backwards Dancer's self-titled, debut full-length will drop on March 3. Catch them on tour with Eisley and Civilian this February and March.

Dates: Eisley w/Civilian and Backwards Dancer

Feb 16 Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall – Upstairs 
Feb 17 Dallas, TX @ House of Blues – Cambridge Room 
Feb 18 Waco, TX @ Common Grounds 
Feb 20 Nashville, TN @ Exit/In 
Feb 21 Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl 
Feb 22 Carrboro, NC @ Cat's Cradle – Back Room 
Feb 23 Vienna, VA @ Jammin Java 
Feb 24 Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage 
Feb 25 Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry 
Feb 26 Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun – Wolf Den* 
Feb 27 New York, NY @ Webster Hall – Studio 
Feb 28 Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall 
Mar 02 South Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground 
Mar 03 Ithaca, NY @ The Haunt 
Mar 04 Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room – Studio 
Mar 05 Pittsburgh, PA @ The Club at Stage AE 
Mar 06 Philadelphia, PA @ The Foundry at The Fillmore 
Mar 08 Columbus, OH @ The Basement 
Mar 09 Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop 
Mar 10 Detroit, MI @ Shelter 
Mar 11 Chicago, IL @ Subterranean 
Mar 12 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th St Entry 
Mar 13 Indianapolis, IN @ The HiFi 
Mar 20 Denver, CO @ Lost Lake Lounge 
Mar 22 Portland, OR @ Star Theater 
Mar 23 Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey 
Mar 25 San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill 
Mar 27 Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour 
Mar 28 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues – Voodoo Room 
Mar 29 Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues – The Parish 
Mar 30 Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar

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