Third Eye Blind launches nail polish line, donates “Jumper” proceeds to LGBTQIA+ charity
True Colors United combats homelessness in LGBTQIA+ youth.January 25, 2022
Third Eye Blind will celebrate the 25th anniversary of their self-titled debut with two special shows, one in Los Angeles and the other in New York City. They have also collaborated with Smith & Cult to create a cruelty-free nail polish line inspired by songs on the album.
Third Eye Blind‘s first-anniversary show is on Jan. 25 at the Troubadour in Los Angeles. Their second will take place on Jan. 27 at Irving Plaza in New York City. Both shows already sold out in minutes.
”I think I’m most struck by our state of vibrancy,” says Stephan Jenkins in a press release. “Twenty-five years down, and all of us are focused and excited on what comes next. Still, these shows give me an opportunity to make a setlist that takes stock of the road so far. It excites me to play a few shows at these intimate venues where I know so many of the fans by name, and I know that everyone will be tucked into every moment together.”
Although the anniversary shows already sold out, you can still get your hands on Third Eye Blind’s nail polish collab. The colors are titled “Jumper,” “London,” “God of Wine,” “Semi-Charmed” and “The Background.” A portion of the proceeds from “Jumper” will benefit True Colors United in an effort to combat homelessness in LGBTQIA+ youth. Buy “Jumper” here and check out the rest of the collection on Smith & Cult’s website.