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Bearings have announced their third album The Best Part About Being Human, due for release on August 18 via Pure Noise Records. Produced by Sam Guaiana (Silverstein, Between You & Me), the new album features the most tightly honed songwriting of Bearings’ near-decade career, instantly nostalgic for sweaty summer festivals and finger-pointed singalongs while serving as a clear indication of where the pop-punk genre is headed.
“The Best Part About Being Human is being alive and the second best part is writing an upbeat and exciting record with your brothers in a small house in North Hollywood,” says the band. “This record was us figuring out what we really wanted to play live, what got us excited, and I think we found that.
The Best Part About Being Human is available to pre-order now at https://lnk.to/Bearings
Alongside the announcement, Bearings have shared their newest single “Gone So Gone.” On the track, the band explains, “’Gone So Gone’ is about making fun of yourself and your situation. The song really is about heartbreak but by sort of creating it yourself. Sad but sort of funny, as with anything in life I think it’s good to laugh at yourself about it. Why else would I use the word fuss?”
“Gone So Gone” is available to stream now HERE or by clicking the image below.
By the time Bearings got the chance to properly tour their sophomore album, 2020’s Hello, It’s You, 16 months had passed due to, well, you know the story. But despite the false starts getting back onto the road, in a roundabout way the delayed gratification might have been the very best thing for the Ottawa-based pop-punk quintet and their passionate fans alike.
“I thought not being able to tour the record would be a death sentence, but it allowed people to sit with the album and connect to it in deeper ways,” says vocalist Dougie Cousins. “When we finally went and did our headline tour in 2022, crowds really knew the songs.”
In the end, Hello, It’s You solidified Bearings’ place as genre mainstays, elevating a tried-and-true pop-punk sound Alternative Press hailed as “dangerously catchy” that “could bring down a summer barbeque, if not a festival,” while their home and native land’s Exclaim! said Bearings had “entered the pop-punk big leagues.”
But as Cousins, guitarists Ryan Culligan and Ryan Fitz, bassist Collin Hanes and drummer Mike McKerracher began work on LP3 (their Pure Noise debut, Blue In The Dark, dropped in 2018) with producer Sam Guaiana (Silverstein, Between You & Me), they channeled their triumphant return to the stage in sweaty U.S. and Canadian clubs, opting for a more minimalistic approach to the songwriting process.
Centering the most elemental, essential qualities of their musicianship without falling into the kid-in-a-candy-store trappings that bog down so many artists, Bearings’ third album for Pure Noise, The Best Part About Being Human, is the sort of record that begs to be played loudly, the sounds of sunny SoCal filtered through the lens of the Great White North.
“We just wanted to make a fun record,” Cousins espouses. “Sometimes when an album is so thought out, it’s got to be as good as American Idiot or it comes off as trying too hard. I think we did new things without sending it into outer space. To me, this record sounds like how I felt when I was in grade 10 listening to blink-182: not too serious, just a good time and able to open up a little circle pit. I think we succeeded in writing songs we can play in a basement or in front of 2,000 people.”
The Best Part About Being Human is available for pre-order now at https://lnk.to/Bearings
Photo: Anthony Purcella
Southern California band MOVEMENTS -- Patrick Miranda, vocals; Ira George, guitar; Spencer York, drums; and Austin Cressey, bass — recently announced their new album, RUCKUS!, out 18th August 2023 via Fearless Records. Pre-order the album, produced by Will Yip, here.
Today, the band has shared the video for "Tightrope." Watch it here or by clicking the image below.
"Tightrope" shows off the dynamic and melancholic side of So Cal post-hardcore band Movements. The quiet, restrained opening verses, framed by Patrick Miranda's plaintive and emotive vocals, give way to the push and pull riffing that the band has built its sound on over the course of several albums. It shows off a different side of the band's musical personality with downright pretty parts sandwiched amongst all the storm and stress. It's a refreshing change of pace that still sounds like the band fans have come to know and love but with a twist!
"'Tightrope,' in some ways, can be seen as the furthest departure we've taken from our sound thus far," says Miranda. "It lives in a sort of 'sonic in-between' of alternative rock, emo, and ballad pop yet there's still a familiarity that rings true to Movements' bread and butter. We pulled inspiration from all over the place on this one —Justin Bieber-esque pop melodies, Snow Patrol ballad-y instrumentals, and even some drum 'n' bass style breakbeats. It's a weird mashup of shit that ended up turning into something really beautiful. At the end of the day, we're a band whose most popular song is a soft singalong. We're hoping 'Tightrope' might finally be the song to take its place at the top."
It's been a whirlwind few years for Movements as evidenced by the fact that band's 2020 album No Good Left to Give debuted at #3 on the Alternative chart and their streams have doubled since then with 200 million total streams in the U.S. alone. However, despite their success, the Southern Californian act have constantly reinvented themselves since forming in 2015 and the band's third full-length RUCKUS! sees the post-hardcore quartet taking their sound to expansive and sometimes unexpected places. Produced by longtime collaborator Will Yip (Circa Survive, Code Orange), the album fuses post-hardcore and punk influences with a healthy dose of pop songcraft to create an album that defies scene conventions in favor of something wholly unique. In order to accomplish this, the band made three extended trips to Yip's Studio 4 in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, to write and record the collection of songs that would end up as RUCKUS! "I truly don't believe that it could have been a more streamlined process and I don't think we've ever written music that's as good as what we put together for this record," Miranda explains. RUCKUS! sees the band integrating decidedly different influences such as Gorillaz and Strokes into their sound to challenge people's preconceptions.
New album, RUCKUS!, out 18th August via Fearless Records. Pre-order it here
Photo: Jonathan Weiner
Wednesday, April 19th, 2023 - Heavy music’s hottest band, Spiritbox, have announced the official release of brand new track, "The Void" and it's accompanying visualizer today. The track features the band's calling card of complex, multi-layered soundscapes and gloriously ethereal, hugely catchy vocals whilst also furthering their incredible ability to release music that is immediately recognizable as Spiritbox but simultaneously sounds unlike any of their previous releases.
Find "The Void" on streaming services HERE and watch the visualizer HERE or by clicking the image below.
Spirtbox are currently on the road for their first ever US headline run - the completely sold-out "Eternal Blue Tour", where the new track has been making its surprise live debut to much excitement from fans. Speaking on the official release of "The Void", Spiritbox vocalist, Courtney LaPlante shares
The Void is a song that came about very quickly. I didn’t have to fight with anything to write it, and when that happens, I don’t argue with it. It’s a type of song that I’ve been wanting to write for a long time, I’ve heard it hundreds of times now, and it makes me so happy every time I hear it. It’s been such an amazing experience playing this song on our tour, and watching people hear it for the first time, in real time.
The Eternal Blue Tour 2023, produced by Live Nation, began in Vancouver on April 10th and will culminate in Minneapolis on May 10th. For more information head to Spiritbox.com. Full routing below.
The history-making tour is in support of Spiritbox’s phenomenal, chart topping debut album of the same name, released in September of 2021 via Rise Records and Pale Chord. Since releasing Eternal Blue, Spiritbox have been conquering the live arena one mind-bending performance at a time. Prior to the Eternal Blue Tour, they played major festivals in the US, Australia, Europe and the UK, several sold-out, one-off headline shows in major cities such as London, Los Angeles and Munich and toured with the likes of Underoath, Ghost and Lamb of God.
Once done touring the US, Spiritbox will hit Europe for a run of shows with Ghost in France, Bring Me The Horizon in Budapest and Paris, two co-headline shows with Motionless In White in Germany, stand alone headline shows in Milan (ITA), Munster (GER), Haarlem (NL), Eindhoven (NL) and Helsinki (FIN), several major festivals and finally the UK, where they will play a run of headline shows supported by Loathe and Brand of Sacrifice. Tickets and full routing HERE.
Through Fire Release New Single + Visualizer "Over The Influence" From Upcoming New Album 'Devil's Got You Dreamin' Out April 21 via Sumerian Records
Photo: Christopher Tierney
Wednesday, April 12, 2023 - Omaha-based hard rock quartet Through Fire has unleashed their latest visualizer for "Over The Influence". The track can be found on the band's upcoming new album 'Devil's Got You Dreamin', set for release on April 21 (via Sumerian Records). Speaking about the influence behind the track, the band commented:
"End the toxic relationships in your life. Don't allow anyone or anything have a negative impact on you. Take back who you are as a person and say, "I will not live like this, I'm over the Influence".
Leading up to today, Through Fire has previously released visual accompaniments for "Karma Kills", "Lose It", and most recently "Devolution", which altogether have clocked up over 1 million views on YouTube and counting. Stream "Over The Influence" here, watch the visualizer at the thumbnail below, and pre-save 'Devil's Got You Dreamin' here.
WATCH: Through Fire's New Visualizer For "Over The Influence"
LISTEN ‘EVERYBODY NEEDS SOMEONE’ (FEAT. VANCE JOY)
LISTEN ‘THE HARDEST PART’ (DELUXE)
NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES
05/07 – Beachlife Festival – Redondo Beach, CA
09/04 – Alaska State Fair – Palmer, AK
09/06 – Ogden Twilight – Ogden, UT
09/10 – Moon River Festival – Chattanooga, TN
Today, GRAMMY® nominated, multi-platinum selling RECORDS/Columbia Records artist Noah Cyrus returns with a brand new single, ‘Everybody Needs Someone,’ a stirring duet with Vance Joy. Listen HERE.
‘Everybody Needs Someone’ is Cyrus’ first musical offering in 2023, following the 2022 release her critically acclaimed debut album, The Hardest Part [Records/Columbia Records], and special deluxe version that followed. Produced by Mike Crossey, the album features new songs ‘Set For Life’ (LISTEN) as well as alternative versions of ‘Noah (Stand Still)’ Ft. Billy Ray Cyrus, ‘Hardest Part,’ ‘Ready To Go,’ ‘Unfinished’ and ‘I Burned LA Down.’
Last year, Noah completed a SOLD OUT North American headlining tour, and will be making further live appearances with her band this year at Beachlife Festival in Redondo Beach, CA on May 7th (TICKETS), the Alaska State Fair on September 4th, Ogden Twilight in Utah on September 6 (TICKETS) and the Moon River Festival in Chattanooga, TN on September 10th (TICKETS). For more information go to: https://www.noahcyrus.com
Already, Cyrus has accumulated an impressive 4.8 BILLION combined streams to date, with songs from The Hardest Part already amassing more than 186 MILLION combined streams and counting. In a whirlwind of loss, heartbreak, and chaos, Noah Cyrus grabbed the reins, took control of her life, and has been able to finally tell her story like never before. Today, the Nashville-born musician, singer and songwriter uncovers the kind of strength you only find from within and has shared it with the world through this heartfelt and deeply personal body of work that is both timeless as much as it is of the now. “These songs all mean so much to me—they’re straight from my heart, my brain, and my body,” Cyrus states. “Every song is important to the story, and for the first time I’m revealing my complete and honest truth.” Described as “a compact yet emotionally resonant collection of Laurel Canyon-recalling pop” by Rolling Stone who gave the album 4/5 stars, as did American Songwriter. Variety praised that it “leaves the listener wanting more,” while Forbes hailed it“album of the year.” The album was also included on several end of year ‘Best Of’ lists, including spots on Rolling Stone’s ‘Best 100 Albums of 2022' List (at No. 20), as well as their ‘100 Best Songs of 2022’ List (‘I Burned LA Down’), Forbes’ list of the ‘Best Music of 2022’ and UPROXX list of the “Best Pop Albums of 2022” and more.
Stay tuned for exciting new updates from Noah Cyrus, coming soon.
‘Everybody Needs Someone’ (feat. Vance Joy) is out now.
Photo: Stephanie Cabral
Whitechapel has just unveiled the new music video for the song “I Will Find You” off their October 29, 2021 release Kin. View the video HERE: https://youtu.be/rbWFZMFlDIU
Kin is available on CD, vinyl, as a limited imported Box Set, digitally, and streaming HERE:
Opener "I Will Find You" takes place right after the last track off The Valley, "Doom Woods", which sees Bozeman entering into his life following the events characterized on that album. "I am being followed by my alternate reality/evil self. It's the part of me that can't let go and will go to any heights to find the real me and pull me back into the dark past that I want to move on from."
The video was shot and produced by David Brodsky of MyGoodEye Visuals and comes just as the band prepares to hit the road on a US headlining tour where the band will perform their critically lauded 2019 full-length, The Valley, in its entirety! The special month-long trek begins on April 14th in Atlanta, Georgia and runs through May 13th in Nashville, Tennessee. Support will be provided by Archspire, Signs Of The Swarm, and labelmates, Entheos.
Whitechapel’s upcoming tour marks the band’s first headline run in four years due to the pandemic. Supporting the band on the upcoming tour are Archspire, Signs Of The Swarm, and labelmates Entheos. Whitechapel will also play an extended encore of classic bangers in addition to The Valley so make sure you don’t miss it!
See all confirmed dates below.
In other news, Whitechapel will be performing at Louder Than Life Festival, held September 21-24 in Louisville, KY. Louder Than Life will feature performances from a spectacular list of rock artists including: Foo Fighters, Green Day, Tool, Queens of the Stone Age, Weezer, Rancid, Corey Taylor, Coheed and Cambria, and many more. Tickets and full lineup can be found here: www.LouderThanLifeFestival.com
Photo: Frank Fieber
Wednesday, April 5, 2023 - Hot Milk have today announced three special east coast dates in support of their upcoming debut album 'A CALL TO THE VOID' set for release 25th August 2023 on Music For Nations. The special run of shows, kicking off on Tuesday, May 23 in Boston, MA, will feature support from Lyell. Tickets will be available for purchase on Friday, April 7th HERE.
Fans can also listen to the most recent single "HORROR SHOW" HERE and watch the video HERE. Pre-order the album HERE. Stay tuned for more Hot Milk news coming soon.
Hot Milk have recently finished a tour of South America and will be playing a various festivals this Summer, including Download and Reading + Leeds festivals. They will be returning to the US for a set of 3 special East Coast shows ahead of Adjacent Festival in Atlantic City, NJ.
With 'A CALL TO THE VOID', Hot Milk will launch themselves into the upper echelons of the British rock scene.
For some, it might feel like a long time coming but Hot Milk always knew that when the time came to make their debut album, they had to be ready for it. It will be their loudest statement yet of who they are and what they stand for, an opportunity to show the world what they are made of.
The band have blossomed over the course of three self-produced EPs, this constant stream of releases has meant that Hot Milk were never away from the spotlight – or the stages they call home. Their rise kept accelerating, taking them to stadium support slots with Foo Fighters, the main stages of some of the best festivals Globally, an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel in the US to tours with bands like Pale Waves and their own headline sold-out shows to over 50 million streams of the EPs alone. Crucially, however, they were giving themselves space to find themselves as artists.
The band recorded the album between Manchester, Los Angeles and Stockholm with the bands very own Jim Shaw at the Producing helm for the majority of the record, much like all previous releases. An element that has become so important to the band and allowing them to control just exactly what they want to be as artists.
Tracks on the debut album walk on a tightrope between the humorous and the serious, brimming with what might be called positive nihilism. They’re not so much finding the light in the dark as they are laughing because if they don’t, they’ll cry.
The most important thing for the band, however, is that these songs are written to scream from the speakers of the stage, and for their refrains to be screamed back at them by the adoring, tight-knit community they’ve built. “Live is where I’m happiest, live is where it’s home,” says Han. “We wrote songs with the intention of people going off, making you feel good, opening the pit up, letting go, crying, getting on your mate’s shoulders. It’s church for us.”
Photo: Joshua Thompson
Tuesday, April 4, 2023 - Left to Suffer fans, rejoice! The Atlanta, GA nu-deathcore quintet have today made their triumphant return announcing their highly anticipated debut album, 'Feral' set for release on Friday, May 12. In celebration of the announcement, the band has dropped a new music video for the pummeling track "Disappoint Me" taken from the upcoming full-length. When asked about the inspiration behind the album, Left to Suffer shared:
“'Feral' is the culmination of everything that Left to Suffer as a whole has wanted to create since our inception. The visceral aggression is an overall theme throughout this record, and we have never been more proud of a grouping of music thus far in our journey. We all feel like we have strayed away from the norm at some point in our lives and become something that we can’t recognize, thus the birth of 'Feral'.”
Pre-save 'Feral' here, stream "Disappoint Me" here and watch the music video in the thumbnail below.
WATCH: Left to Suffer's New Music Video For "Disappoint Me"
Fans also have their chance to see Left to Suffer on the road starting next week with Chelsea Grin, Carnifex, and Ov Sulfur on the Suffer In Heaven // Suffer In Hell Tour. For ticket information, please click here.
Photo: Bryan Kirks
Monday, April 3, 2023 - If you have missed out on seeing Bad Omens's live show, now's your chance! The Los Angeles-based rock sensation has today announced their North American headliner, the CONCRETE FOREVER tour with support from ERRA and I See Stars. Artist presale starts tomorrow, Tuesday, April 4 at 10 am local through Thursday, April 6 at 10 pm local, and tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, April 7 at 10 am local. The headliner will also have a separate, limited availability of VIP upgrades which will go on sale this Friday, April 7 at 10 am local. Having swiftly sold out their previous North American and EU/UK headliners as well as their Knotfest sideshow Australia headline dates, these tickets are sure to go quickly so get them while you can at the link here.
Bad Omens slither through boundaries, only to ultimately choke convention in the process. The quartet--Noah Sebastian (vocals), Joakim “Jolly” Karlsson (guitar), Nick Ruffilo (bass), and Nick Folio (drums)—materialize with ghostly atmospherics, striking hooks, and the tingles of sensual high-register harmonies uplifted by cinematic production. Racking up over 250M worldwide streams to date and earning acclaim, the band presents an uncompromising and undeniable vision on their third full-length album, 'THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND' (Sumerian Records).
“Making the record changed us as songwriters and musicians. In many ways, I feel like it set me free as an artist because every decision made in the writing process was for myself, with no fear for anyone else’s expectations of what our third album should sound like. Be it our fans or our record label.”
They’ve always wielded this level of magic though…
The group’s 2016 self-titled debut, 'Bad Omens', yielded fan favorites such as “Glass Houses” and “The Worst In Me” which eclipsed 35 million Spotify streams. On its heels, 2019’s 'Finding God Before God Finds Me' spawned “Dethrone” (23 million Spotify streams) and “Careful What You Wish For”. Along the way, they toured with numerous marquee acts and received tastemaker praise.
After their first headline tour was canceled mid-way at the top of the global pandemic, the band found themselves at home in Los Angeles with plenty of time. Where they absorbed and imparted a different palette of unexpected inspirations. Channeling what the frontman describes at times as a “cursive sound” they embraced newfound confidence and boundlessly loose creativity. Anything went in the studio, and all “rules” were broken. Noah and Jolly wrote, produced, and engineered the music themselves while GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer and songwriter Zakk Cervini (Halsey, Grimes, Poppy, blink-182) lent his talents with the mix and master. Challenging himself, Noah decided to “make a track sampling items around the house, none of which were musical instruments”.
This ultimately became the framework for the first single “THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND”. Claps puncture the icy soundscape as his voice stretches from a breathy moan into an evocative and entrancing hook, breaking from a whisper into the seductive chant, “It wasn’t hard to realize. Love’s the death of peace of mind.” It culminates on a climactic scream uplifted by a distorted crunch.
“The whole record really details the loss of peace of mind,” he explains. “The lyrics in the title track are a little more specific in terms of the conflict at the heart of something more intimate and personal.”
By speaking it aloud, Bad Omens offer a level of comfort and empathy, with a sinister shroud. At the same time, they also give rock music a sexy new shape on 'THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND'.
“Sonically, we want to do something you can’t arrive late or early too,” he leaves off. “You can’t cheat your way to the final act. You have to get on the ride and process it until the end. The songs are meant to be heard from start to finish. We want you to take the whole trip with us.”
STREAM NEW SINGLE, “GOOD ENEMY” AVAILABLE NOW
Photo: Matty Vogel
PVRIS announces its most cinematic sonic and visual experience to date with the highly-anticipated fourth studio LP, 'EVERGREEN,' due 14th July 2023 via Hopeless Records. Over a near decade-long career, PVRIS’ ethos attracted the likes of a dynamic list of collaborators, from American hip-hop artist 070 Shake, to British pop-powerhouse Raye. As a multi-instrumentalist, producer, songwriter, and all-around creative behind the project, Gunnulfsen’s unorthodox creative abilities expand to new heights with her newest offering.
“EVERGREEN is a reclamation of control in our post-pandemic culture, posing a complex discussion on fame, technology, spectacle, and female autonomy.”
EVERGREEN dynamically showcases Gunnulfsen’s multifaceted artistry, evolving from guttural, electric delivery, to ethereal catharsis, with equal conviction and maturity. The result is an 11-track uncompromising body of work that is a testament to PVRIS’ intricate dedication to craftsmanship, resilience, and brutal honesty.
New single 'GOOD ENEMY' dropped today and powers through with conviction and self-awareness, propelled by its anthemic, dynamic energy signature to PVRIS.
Stream 'GOOD ENEMY' here
Over a period of eighteen months, Gunnulfsen disengaged from the public eye and focused on co-producing the album alongside a diverse selection of expertly enlisted production collaborators, from Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda, to American producers Y2K, JT Daly, Matias Mora and Carrie Karpinen. Meticulously crafting a balance of synthetic versus organic arrangements, Lyndsey beautifully weaves between creative textures in a highly-inventive and extremely cohesive listen. From the soaring infusion of live instrumentation in explosive opening track, 'I DON’T WANNA DO THIS ANYMORE,' to the arena-primed aggression in 'TAKE MY NIRVANA,' Gunnulfsen creates an invigorating experience that is met with a storyline that is as politically-charged as it is deeply introspective. Dissolving into a luscious, trance-like experience, tracks like 'LOVE IS A…', 'ANYWHERE BUT HERE,' and 'HEADLIGHTS' breathe in levity into an intimate atmosphere, with their softened ruminations and siren-like sensuousness. Themes of fear, existentialism, and consciousness that characterise today’s reality are expressed with deep conviction and poise, marking this album as PVRIS’ most triumphant, measured, and self-aware project to date.
“If you search the definition of ‘evergreen,’ you will find words like: enduring, timeless, fresh, unlimited, and renewal. In our modern culture where everything is online, algorithm-based, and instantaneous, it feels like timelessness, longevity and connection could someday become dying concepts. More than ever, PVRIS has, and always will be anti-formula, anti-virality, and anti-instant gratification.”
In a culture where nostalgic 2000’s alternative music has exploded in resurgence since PVRIS’ third LP, 'Use Me,' Gunnulfsen chose to remain faithful to PVRIS’ ever-evolving commitment to pursuing creative risks. “It’s not my job as an artist to cater to certain trends or people’s nostalgia, I have to follow what I feel compelled to follow and do my best to uncover what truths and messages I can find within that. I have to always embrace the risks of change and trust that each stage of my music’s life will resonate with whoever it’s meant to.”
PVRIS brings the EVERGREEN experience to the live stage later in 2023, beginning this May at the annual Slam Dunk Festival in Hatfield, England. Following up on PVRIS’ largest run in the United Kingdom and Europe earlier this year, a new live show begins with a 16-date amphitheatre run across the United States for the 2023 Sad Summer Festival and 17 massive arena dates overseas with Fall Out Boy this fall. Soon to announce will be additional summer dates which will be the largest North American shows of PVRIS’s career.
Pre-order EVERGREEN via Hopeless Records, and the new single GOOD ENEMY is available to stream now.
PVRIS Tour Dates:
Slam Dunk Festival, UK 2023
5/27 - Hatfield, UK - Slam Dunk Festival @ Hatfield Park
5/28 - Leeds, UK - Slam Dunk Festival @ Temple Newsam
Sad Summer Festival USA w/ Taking Back Sunday & The Maine and more
7/6 - Jacksonville, FL - Daily’s Place
7/7 - Clearwater, FL - Coachman Park
7/8 - Alpharetta, GA - Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
7/11 - Portsmouth, VA - Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion
7/12 - Baltimore, MD - Pier Six Pavilion
7/14 - Holmdel, NJ - PNC Bank Arts Center
7/15 - Philadelphia, PA - Skyline Stage @ The Mann
7/16 - Boston, MA - Leader Bank Pavilion
7/18 - Sterling Heights, MI - Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill
7/19 - Cincinnati, OH - Smale Riverfront Park
7/21 - Chicago, IL - Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
7/22 - Indianapolis, IN - TCU Amphitheatre at White River State Park
7/23 - Nashville, TN - Ascend Amphitheater
7/25 - Irving, TX - The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
7/26 - Del Valle, TX - Germania Insurance Amphitheater
7/29 - Irvine, CA - FivePoint Amphitheater
On Tour with Fall Out Boy UK + EU
10/17 - Poland, Warsaw - Cos Torwar
10/18 - Czech Republic, Prague - Sportovní hala Fortuna
10/20 - Italy, Milan - Mediolanum Forum
10/21 - Germany, Munich - Zenith
10/23 - France, Paris - Zénith
10/24 - Netherlands, Amsterdam - AFAS Live
10/25 - Belgium, Brussels - Forest National
10/27 - UK, Leeds - First Direct Arena
10/28 - UK, Glasgow - OVO Hydro
10/29 - UK, Manchester - AO Arena
10/31 - UK, Birmingham - Utilita Arena Birmingham
11/2 - UK, London - The O2
11/3 - UK, London - The O2
11/4 - UK, Cardiff- International Arena
11/6 - Germany, Oberhausen - Rudolf Weber-Arena
11/7 - Germany, Hamburg - Barclays Arena
11/8 - Germany, Berlin - Max-Schmeling-Hall