Happy Friday! LANY has released a new music video and the Maine announced their support for their upcoming spring tour. Check out all of the news you may have missed today below!
1. LANY release “ILYSB” video.
The LA-based band will start their US tour April 24 in Sacramento, CA. You can grab tickets here.
2. The Maine announce Beach Weather and The Mowgli’s as support for upcoming tour.
The bands will join the Maine on their Lovely, Little, Lonely Tour—which kicks off March 30 in Denver, CO. Access to pre-sale tickets started today with every order of The Maine’s new album, out April 7.
3. Pure Noise Records is auctioning off test presses for charity.
The record company’s auctions include albums from State Champs, Senses Fail, The Story So Far, For Year Strong and more. Proceeds will benefit the American Civil Liberties Union. Bid here.
4. Mayday Parade post new teaser video.
— Mayday Parade (@maydayparade) January 20, 2017
Their second teaser for their site, alessoninromantics.com, was released today via their Twitter. The 7-second footage shows a park scene and a flash of their infamous red umbrella and faceless man.The band is gearing up for their 10-year anniversary tour of their debut album, A Lesson in Romantics.
5. The Japanese House adds new tour dates.
In addition to her tour starting Feb. 21 in Columbus, OH, the Japanese House added additional dates in Dallas, SXSW Festival and VIVAPHX Phoenix to her upcoming headline tour. Buy tickets here.
21 – A&R Music Bar – Columbus, OH
22 – Grog Shop – Cleveland, OH
23 – Pike Room – Pontiac, MI
24 – Park Theatre – Hope College – Holland, MI
25 – Bottom Lounge – Chicago, IL
27 – Triple Rock Social Club – Minneapolis, MN
28 – Riot Room – Kansas City, MO
1 – Lost Lake Lounge – Denver, CO
2-5 – Okeechobee Festival – Okeechobee, FL
5 – Holocene – Portland, OR
6 – The Crocodile – Seattle, WA
8 – The Chapel – San Francisco, CA
10 – Teragram Ballroom – Los Angeles, CA
11 – VIVAPHX – Phoenix, AZ
14 – Curtain Club – Dallas, TX
15-19 – SXSW Festival – Austin, TX
20 – Exit In – Nashville, TN
21 – Aisle 5 – Atlanta, GA
22- Cat's Cradle Back Room – Carrboro, NC
24 – Rock & Roll Hotel – Washington, DC
25 – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA
26 – The Sinclair – Boston, MA
28 – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY
6. Imminence release “This Is Goodbye” video.
The Swedish alternative rock/metal band has also recently been signed to SharpTone Records and releasing an album March 31. You can preorder it here.
Eddie Berg, singer of Imminence, says: “The new album is about the prowess of leaving something behind in order to make room for something else. It can be anything from relationships, pride, reason, fears or faiths, a use or abuse. It symbolizes the sacrifices we make for our ambitions and emotions. For Imminence, it is also a direct reference to the changes we've gone through as a band and lifting the restrictions of genre definitions to create something out of pure passion and inspiration. The lyrical themes spring from my soul, my most inner thoughts and struggles and the emotive prison I built for myself.”