[Photos by: Mt. Eddy/Stove Rowe, Jeff Rosenstock/SideOneDummy Records]
Hear an acoustic cover from Mt. Eddy—plus, catch Jeff Rosenstock on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!
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1. Jeff Rosenstock announced a U.S. tour.
Yeah bud we're touring, tickets on sale Friday, all shows with bands we love including Martha from the UK who hasn't been here in years. ALL SHOWS ALL AGES $15 OR LESS TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY AT 10 AM https://t.co/gsdPQm90u5! HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON!! pic.twitter.com/Onl5DOclCy
— Jeff Rosenstock (@jeffrosenstock) January 3, 2018
He’ll be hitting the road with multiple different artists along the way, including Lemuria and Roar, Laura Stevenson and Chris Farren, and Martha and Bad Moves.
2. Mt. Eddy covered the Cure’s “In Between Days.”
The acoustic cover is seriously stunning—you’ll love it as much as we do.
3. Locals Only released an acoustic version and accompanying music video for “The Loop.”
The track is taken from their acoustic EP, out now.
4. Punk Rock Bowling and Music Festival has announced additions to the main stage lineup.
The Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival 20 Year Anniversary Lineup is HERE!
☠️3 Day Passes on Sale NOW! Includes Presale Access Code if purchased by 2.2.18
☠️Single Day Tickets On Sale 01.23.18 10am PSThttps://t.co/netRRAisAT #punkrockbowling @Xtheband @OFFICIALSTIG @Slaves pic.twitter.com/tVb134L7DD
— Punk Rock Bowling (@PunkRockBowling) January 3, 2018
For the first time ever, X, Suicidal Tendencies and Svetlanas will be performing at the festival.
5. AJJ announced an epic party: Desert Trash 2018.
We're throwing a party next month!
Desert Trash 2018
AJJ (that's us!)
Xiu Xiu (solo)
Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra
Hosted by Kevin McDonald (from Kids In The Hall!)
and more TBA!
— AJJ (@AJJtheBand) January 3, 2018
It’s set to take place Feb. 3 in Phoenix, and Chris Farren, Sundressed and more will be taking part.
6. Bogues and Safe Bet announced a handful of March tour dates.
— Bogues (@boguesdude) January 3, 2018
The tour is in support of Bogues' second EP, Life, Slowly, due out March 2.
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