Kulick Premieres Re-Worked Take Of His 2018 Song, ‘Colors’

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Alt-rock singer Kulick debuted an updated take of his most popular song to date this week.

The singer, a.k.a. Jacob Kulick, unveiled an updated take of his song, ‘Colors’ Friday. The original song, which premiered in 2018, has received more than 2 million streams in that time. The original composition has a distinct electronic leaning with a sound that is akin to works from Imagine Dragons while the updated take is a much more fiery song that leans more in the vein of his more recent works.

Kulick talked about the song’s update in a prepared statement.

“I decided to do an alternative version of ‘Colors’ because I have really been reflecting on my career lately, and this song has always resonated with me and is actually the most known song of mine,” Kulick said. “I also just released an alternative rock album Everyone I Know Will Die and thought it could be fun to remake colors in that style, if not a little bit heavier. It’s a great song to scream by yourself in your room or car, as well as a song to workout with!

“‘Colors’ has so many meanings to so many people. For me lately, it has been a song of self-love and acceptance, loving yourself and loving others for who they are. Self-love and identity has been difficult for me my whole life, and this song was written in a time where I was questioning many things about myself and my career. The artwork for the single represents that as well.”

Kulick talked in more depth about resurrecting his 2018 single in a documentary that debuted Friday along with the song’s update. The eight-minute discussion is streaming here.

More information on Kulick’s updated take of his song, ‘Colors’ and his latest album is available along with of all his latest news at:

Websitehttps://kulickofficial.com

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The Aquadolls Debut New Single, ‘Held (I’m Falling 4U And I Can’t Get Up), Video

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The Aquadolls debuted its latest single and video this week.

The trio premiered its new single, ‘Help (I’m Falling 4U And I Can’t Get Up)‘ and its video Friday. The song’s musical arrangement is a laid back, sultry composition that has an infectious bluesy vibe. That sense plays into the song’s lyrical theme, which front woman Melissa Brooks talked about in a prepared statement.

“This song tells the story of falling for someone and starting to obsess over them,” she said. “It’s about imagining all of the things we could do together, both romantic and twisted, showing the darker sides of having a crush and longing for more to come from it.

The video features the all-female group playing out the story told in the lyrics. One of the members is seemingly dreaming about so many certain situations as the song plays over the visualization.

In other news, The Aquadolls has a tour planned this summer with Sublime with Rome and Incubus. The tour is scheduled to launch July 24 in West Palm Beach, FL and to run through Sept. 3 in Bend, OR. It features stops in cities, such as Mountain View, CA; Rogers, AR; Bangor, ME.

The tour’s full schedule is noted below.

Incubus / Sublime With Rome / The Aquadolls Tour Dates

Sunday, July 24 West Palm Beach, FL iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre

Tuesday, July 26 Jacksonville, FL Daily’s Place

Wednesday, July 27 Atlanta, GA Lakewood Amphitheatre

Friday, July 29 Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion

Saturday, July 30 Doswell, VA AfterHours Concerts at The Meadow Event Park

Sunday, July 31 Wantagh, NY Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater

Tuesday, Aug 02 Syracuse, NY St. Joseph’s Heath Amphitheater at Lakeview

Wednesday, Aug 03 Mansfield, MA Xfinity Center

Friday, Aug 05 Camden, NJ Freedom Mortgage Pavilion (formerly BB&T Pavilion)

Saturday, Aug 06 Holmdel, NJ PNC Bank Arts Center

Sunday, Aug 07 Bangor, ME Maine Savings Amphitheater

Tuesday, Aug 09 Cuyahoga Falls, OH Blossom Music Center

Wednesday, Aug 10 Clarkston, MI Pine Knob Music Theatre

Friday, Aug 12 Bonner Springs, KS Azura Amphitheater

Saturday, Aug 13 Maryland Heights, MO Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis

Sunday, Aug 14 Tinley Park, IL Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Chicago

Tuesday, Aug 16 Rogers, AR Walmart AMP

Wednesday, Aug 17 Dallas, TX Dos Equis Pavilion

Friday, Aug 19 Houston, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

Saturday, Aug 20 Austin, TX Germania Insurance Amphitheater

Monday, Aug 22 Phoenix, AZ Ak-Chin Pavilion

Wednesday, Aug 24 Salt Lake City, UT USANA Amphitheatre

Friday, Aug 26 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre

Saturday, Aug 27 Irvine, CA FivePoint Amphitheatre

Sunday Aug 28 Chula Vista, CA North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

Tuesday, Aug 30 Reno, NV Grand Sierra Resort and Casino (Grand Theatre)

Thursday, Sept 01 Ridgefield, WA RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater

Saturday, Sept 03 Bend, OR Hayden Homes Amphitheater

More information on The Aquadolls’ new single, video, and tour is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Websitehttps://theaquadolls.bandcamp.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/theaquadolls

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Kulick Debuts ‘The People I Know (Don’t Like Me)’ Video

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Alt-rock/pop punk artist Kulick opened the new week with the video for his latest single.

Kulick (a.k.a. Jacob Kulick) premiered the video for his new single, ‘The People I Know (Don’t Like Me)’ Monday. The song is the third from his latest recording, Everyone I Know Will Die. The album has also produced its title track,  ‘Everyone I Know Will Die‘ and its video as a single, as well as ‘Time To Go,‘ and its video.

The song’s musical arrangement serves as its foundation.  Where the musical arrangement in the album’s title track was more alt-rock in its sound and stylistic approach, this song is much more defined in its pop punk approach.  Audiences can hear influence from the likes of Jimmy Eat World here.  That is due to the harmonies in the song’s instrumentation and in the vocals.  The song barely tops the two-and-a-half minute mark, but in that time, it will leave audiences feeling fulfilled.

The lyrical theme featured in the new single is clear cut, as Kulick pointed out in a prepared statement.

“This song is about growing up around people you don’t fit in with,” he said. “I felt like a was dropped in my hometown from some place in California, and I was looked at as if I was from another planet. I didn’t really respect what a lot of people were doing (or really not doing) with their lives, and I was being pushed down for having aspirations.”

The video for the new single echoes Kulick’s statement. That is because it features him singing to the song in various spots in a high school yearbook and in various other points in his youth.

Everyone I Know Will Die is available now through ENCI Records. More information on Kulick’s new album and single is available along with of all his latest news at:

Websitehttps://kulickofficial.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/kulickofficial

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/kulickofficial

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Kulick Impresses Again With His New Album, ‘Everyone I Know Will Die’

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Independent singer-songwriter Kulick (a.k.a Jacob Kulick) released his latest studio recording, Everyone I Know Will Die this week.  The seven-song record came Friday, less than two years after the release of his latest album, Yelling in a Quiet Neighborhood and less than a year after the release of its companion EP, Sitting in a Quiet Coffeehouse.  AS with those records, his latest studio recording was released through ENCI Records.  The 20-minute record offers more of what audiences have come to expect from Kulick musically and lyrically.  The album’s latest single/title track is just one of the songs that makes that clear.  It will be discussed shortly.  ‘The People I Know,’ another of the album’s singles, is another example of how the record offers plenty of familiarity from Kulick.  It will be discussed a little later.  ‘For Once in My Life’ is yet another example of what audiences have to look forward to from Kulick in his latest outing and will also be discussed later.  All three noted songs are key in their own way to the whole of the record’s presentation.  When they are considered along with the rest of the album’s entries, the whole makes Everyone I Know Will Die another engaging and interesting offering from Kulick.

Everyone I Know Will Die, is another interesting offering from Kulick.  His third studio recording in as many years, it is certain to appeal to his established audiences and even more casual listeners through its musical and lyrical content even being shorter than most albums in terms of content.  This is proven in part through its latest single, which is also the album’s title track. 

The song’s musical arrangement is a catchy alt-rock composition.  The simple, staccato approach of the guitar riff in the verses and almost percussive nature of Kulick’s vocal delivery therein combines elements of pop punk with the most subtle 80s pop influence for a work in whole that holds its own identity separate from the record’s other compositions.  The choruses, which are more energetic, present a sound that is oddly comparable to the choruses in so many pop punk opuses.  What is interesting about the song’s overall musical arrangement is that the mood that it will create in listeners’ minds is so positive, despite the fact that the song’s lyrical theme is so heavy.

The song’s lyrical theme is heavy in that is tackles the topic of acceptance of our mortality.  Nobody likes to think about their mortality, but it is a reality, and Kulick has done an impressive job of tackling the rarely handled matter.  He reminded audiences, in talking about the item, that the point of the song is to make the most of their lives while they are here. 

“We are here until we aren’t, and that’s okay,” he said. It has to be. Make it worth your time. Spread love. Have gratitude. You are loved and you are strong, even in moments you may not feel it.”

That comment in itself would explain the positive nature of the song’s musical arrangement.  It serves to help translate the positive mindset in the overall song despite its heavy nature.  He even goes so far as to write in the song’s second verse (after noting of all the negatives in the world), “I can’t go on complaining about everything/I’m gonna keep my pace/Forward ‘till my permanent sleep.”  That short statement speaks volumes.  It is a direct contrast to everything else in the song’s lyrical content and clearly translates the positive mindset that Kulick discussed.  Everybody has those moments of existentialism every now and then in life.  To that end, the positive approach that Kulick takes here is certain to help any listener get through those moments.  It makes this song just one example of what makes Everyone I Know Will Die successful.

Another notable addition to the album is ‘The People I Know,’ which comes early in the album’s run.  This is another song that, lyrically, will connect with so many listeners.  This will be discussed shortly.  The song’s musical arrangement serves as its foundation.  Where the musical arrangement in the album’s title track was more alt-rock in its sound and stylistic approach, this song is much more defined in its pop punk approach.  Audiences can hear influence from the likes of Jimmy Eat World here.  That is due to the harmonies in the song’s instrumentation and in the vocals.  The song barely tops the two-and-a-half minute mark, but in that time, it will leave audiences feeling fulfilled.  When that sense of fulfillment is paired with the sense of determination in the song’s lyrical content, the whole makes the song even more powerful.

“This is a song about not fitting in with who you’re around and being very aware of it,” said Kulick about the song’s lyrical theme. That message comes through clearly in the song’s lyrical delivery, too.  He openly attacks those other people right from the song’s outset, singing, “Your mother’s basement/Your father’s paycheck/You feel complacent/I know/You play your sad songs/And your video games/It’s no wonder we’ll never get along/That’s why I had to go.”  This is a clear indictment of those lazy, self-loathing people who would rather wallow in that negative mindset than do something with their lives.  The message continues in the song’s second verse, in which he sings, “You’re so damn negative/And there’s no one to blame for it/If you hate who you are/Then change it/But you won’t/You don’t/You’re in the same bar/On a different day/With the same friends/Out drinking again/It’s no wonder we’ll never get along/I’d rather be alone.”  Looking at all of this and everything in the song’s lead verse, what audiences get here is not a song of self-loathing, bur rather one of taking pride in one’s self for not fitting in with those who prefer to do the self loathing, the partying, and who have the sense of self righteousness.  That realization makes the song’s musical arrangement all the more infectious and enjoyable.  The two items together make clear why this song is another example of how much Kulick’s new album has to offer. 

‘For Once In My Life’ is yet another example of what makes Everyone I Know Will Die a success.  The song stands out in part because of its musical arrangement.  The arrangement boasts its own identity from its counterparts in this record because it while Kulick’s familiar alt-rock leanings are present once again, there are other influences at work alongside that element.  The verses’ guitar line pair with Kulick’s vocal delivery style to give the arrangement a subtle late 80s/early 90s pop rock sort of sound and stylistic approach.  The choruses meanwhile are more modern.  They are more comparable to works from the likes of Maroon 5.  That contrast is sharp to say the least at first consideration, but it works, thanks to the production that went into the song.  The two sides are so well-balanced that they ensure audiences’ maintained engagement and entertainment.

As much as the song’s arrangement does to make it stand out, the lyrical content that accompanies that musical content makes for its own interest.  The lyrical theme featured in this song comes across as a sort of contemplation within one’s self.  At the same time that contemplation comes apparently from a relationship issue of sorts.  This is inferred as Kulick sings in the song’s chorus, “Stuck between who I am and who you want to see/Maybe you grew out of you and I grew out of me/I’m all fight or all flight/It’s all black or all white/But I bleed blue.”  From there Kulick eventually goes on to ask himself, “Can I get it right for once in my life?”  This points even more, to the seeming theme of dealing with that inner battle of self-doubt.  What’s more, maybe the relationship in question is not that, but even more of the subject talking to himself, questioning whether he grew out of himself.  If in fact this is the case, then it further makes the song’s lyrical theme accessible to audiences across the board.  When it is considered along with the mood set by the song’s musical arrangement, the two elements join to make the song in whole yet another clear example of what makes Everyone I Know Will Die another successful offering from Kulick.  When it and the other songs examined here are considered along with the rest of the album’s entries, the whole will convince audiences that this album, while brief, still a successful new offering from Kulick.

Everyone I Know Will Die is another engaging and entertaining offering from independent singer-songwriter Jacob Kulick.  The record’s success is proven through its musical and lyrical content alike.  The songs examined here do well to make that clear.  When they are considered along with the rest of the album’s works, the whole makes this presentation another largely successful new offering from Kulick that his established audiences and casual listeners alike will enjoy. 

Everyone I Know Will Die is available now through ENCI Records. More information on Kulick’s new album is available along with of all his latest news at:

Websitehttps://kulickofficial.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/kulickofficial

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/kulickofficial

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Kulick Debuts New Album’s Title Track, Companion Video

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Independent singer-songwriter Kulick kicked off the weekend with the debut of the video for his latest single.

Kulick, (a.k.a. Jacob Kulick), debuted his new single, ‘Everyone I Know Will Die‘ and its video Friday. The song and its video are the second from Kulick’s new record by the same name. Kulick premiered the presentation’s lead single, ‘Time To Go,‘ and its video in September.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Everyone I Know’ is a catchy alt-rock composition. Alongside the song’s alt-rock leanings are touches of some pop punk and emo, too. The combination gives the arrangement a unique identity separate from Kulick’s existing works and from those of other acts similar to himself.

The song’s lyrical message is heavy, but ultimately meant to deliver a positive message, said Kulick.

“We are here until we aren’t, and that’s okay,” he said. It has to be. Make it worth your time. Spread love. Have gratitude. You are loved and you are strong, even in moments you may not feel it.”

The video for ‘Everyone I Know Will Die’ is meant to be a spoof of so many classic sitcoms. That includes an opening sequence that spoofs Family Ties. From there the video touches on shows, such as The Patty Duke Show and Leave It To Beaver.

Kulick’s new record is available now through ENCI Records. More information on Kulick’s new single and EP is available along with of all his latest news at:

Websitehttps://kulickofficial.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/kulickofficial

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/kulickofficial

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Dancing On Tables Premieres New Single, ‘Oh,’ Companion Video

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Alt-rock band Dancing on Tables is giving audiences their first preview of its forthcoming EP.

The band premiered its new single, ‘Oh‘ and the song’s companion video Friday. The band premiered the song’s video through Flood magazine. The song is featured in the band’s forthcoming EP, Play Play Play, which is scheduled for release Oct. 29 through ENCI Records.

The light, poppy sound and stylistic approach taken with the song’s musical arrangement makes the song infectious in its simplicity. It is comparable, to a point, to works from the likes of Modest Mouse and other similar acts.

The lyrical theme featured in ‘Oh’ is clearly about a relationship; that one person pining for the company of the other when that person is away.

The video for ‘Oh’ features the band performing its single together in an empty building and blends that with footage of nature scenes from across Scotland, the band’s home nation.

Co-lead guitarist and vocalist Callum Thomas talked about the song and its video in a prepared statement.

”Oh is a track written on our first-ever trip to the states, during a time where we were still getting used to being musicians,” he said. “This meant spending less and less time with the people and places we knew and loved and adapting to a new way of life, which is reflected throughout the track,”

Added Thomas, “Despite this, we still wanted the song to have an air of defiance to it to show that love conquers any amount of distance and time. When planning the video, we wanted to get across the beauty of Scotland to represent what we missed at the time but also show how, as a band, we still love playing the track that started our journey to this point. It makes it the perfect song to share with the world before we release our debut album in 2022 as, no matter where we end up, we’ll still relate to how we felt writing the track in the first place”

More information on Dancing on Tables’ new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: https://dancingontables.co.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dancingontablesmusic

Twitter: https://twitter.com/dancingontables

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Jeremiah Moon Premieres Lead Single, Video From Hus Debut EP

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Jeremiah Moon is giving audiences their first preview of his forthcoming debut EP.

The preview came Tuesday in the form of his new single, ‘Kinds of Light‘ and its companion video. The video made its premiere Monday through Week in Pop. The release date for Moon’s new EP was not announced in the press release announcing the premiere of the record’s new single and video.

The musical arrangement featured in Moon’s new single puts his talents on the cello front and center. His performance on the cello pairs with the equally subtle time keeping, guitar, and vocals to make the song appealing for fans of similar acts, such as Elliot Smith, Father John Misty, and Sufjan Stevens.

According to statements from Moon, the lyrical theme that accompanies the song’s musical arrangement is a deeply introspective existential type statement.

“‘Kinds of Light’ is about opposing selves, the way relationships with other people compel us to reckon with our own identity, the way our stories gradually become histories, and the things we choose – or don’t choose – to carry with us,” he said. “The underlying thread, like all 5 songs on the EP, is connection between people – the ways that we try to understand each other, and the ways we change each others’ orbits.”

The video for Moon’s new single features Moon inside a vacant building as the green of nature stands outside. He slowly makes his way to the building’s exit until finally he sits outside that door at the song’s finale.

More information on Jeremiah Moon’s new single, video, and EP is available along with all of this latest news at:

Website: https://www.jmmoon.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jmmoon

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Kulick Debuts ‘Time To Go’ Video

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Independent singer-songwriter Kulick kicked off the weekend with the debut of the video for his latest single.

Kulick premiered the video for his new single, ‘Time To Go‘ Friday. The video’s debut comes a week after Kulick debuted the song by itself. The song is the lead single from Kulick’s forthcoming EP, Everyone I Know Will Die, whose release date is under consideration.

The video for ‘Time To Go’ features what is meant to represent Kulick (a.k.a. Jacob Kulick) looking back on his teen and wondering, “What If…” while also looking forward, understanding and accepting his mortality.

Kulick talked about the video’s treatment and how it connects to the song’s lyrical theme in comments made in a prepared statement.

“This music video is by far one of my favorite music videos that I’ve ever done because I was able to tell my story and have a crew of really talented people execute it,” the statement reads. “I always wanted to have a younger version of myself in a video, and Aiden Cullen was absolutely perfect for the role, and an incredible person. Spencer Sease, the director, really took my idea and made it 100x better than I could have imagined.”

The statement continues, “The feeling of my teenage years and the nostalgia is so present in this video, and that was the most important thing to me. It portrays what my childhood would have been like, only if I grew up in California, which is a cool mind bending concept to watch play out while also listening to my very personal and autobiographical lyrics. ‘Time to Go’ is specifically about my own mortality, my upbringing, how I used to live life, and realizing how much control I have over my attitude and perspective on life. I really do love life and I don’t think I’ll ever be ready when it’s time to go.”

The musical arrangement featured in the new single is an upbeat, pop punk style composition. Its energy and the mood is interesting in that it helps to establish the mood in the song’s lyrical theme.

In other news, Kulick is scheduled to join The Spill Canvas on the road this fall. Tickets are available here. The tour’s dates are noted below.

Tour Dates

w/ The Spill Canvas

4-Nov Hamden, CT Space Ballroom Tickets

5-Nov Harrisburg, PA HMAC (Small Room) Tickets

6-Nov Rochester, NY Montage Music Hall Tickets

7-Nov Albany, NY Empire Underground Tickets

9-Nov Providence, RI Alchemy Tickets

11-Nov Portland, ME Aura Tickets

12-Nov Amityville, NY AMH Tickets

13-Nov Asbury Park, NJ House of Independents Tickets

14-Nov Easton, PA One Centre Square Tickets

16-Nov Richmond, VA Canal Club Tickets

17-Nov Charlotte, NC Amos Southend Tickets

18-Nov Nashville, TN The End Tickets

19-Nov Indianapolis, IN Emerson Theater Tickets

20-Nov Grand Rapids, MI The Stache Tickets

21-Nov Ann Arbor, MI The Blind Pig Tickets

Kulick released his most recent record, Sitting in a Quiet Coffeehouse. The EP was released early this year. It is the companion piece to Kulick’s album, Yelling in a Quiet Neighborhood, which was released last year.

More information on Kulick’s new single and EP is available along with of all his latest news at:

Websitehttps://kulickofficial.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/kulickofficial

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/kulickofficial

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Summer Years Offers Message Of Hope In New Single, Video

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Pop punk band Summer Years is offering a message of hope in its new single.

The band premiered its new single, ‘This Light‘ and its companion video last month through ENCI Records. The song is the lead single from the band’s forthcoming EP, You Can’t Live There Forever. The EP’s official release date is under consideration.

Front man Nick Lanari talked about the the EP’s creation during a recent interview.

“Moving forward with a project like this was intimidating because there was no clear future set before us, no shows or tours to work towards or any inkling of what the future of the music industry will be like,” said Lanari. “It was just us in there getting it done with a lot of uncertainty in our future. It was really cathartic at the same time because we felt really fortunate to be able to do what we love during these times and to be able to be creative and expressive is a healing force.  The word perseverance really comes to mind with this EP, and it’s really fitting for walking through the last year and a half.”

The song’s musical arrangement is a catchy, upbeat composition whose melodies and vocal delivery style lend themselves to comparison to works from bands, such as All Time Low, New Found Glory, and others of that ilk.

The lyrical theme that accompanies the song’s musical arrangement reminds audiences that they can make good things happen in their lives and to not give up, no matter what.

Lanari additionally discussed this detail during the noted interview.

‘This Light’ is about the idea that it’s not too late to pursue what you have always dreamed of, and battling the idea of ‘I’ll start working toward it tomorrow’ but tomorrow never seems to come,” he said. “Live your best life now. Today. Find your way to thrive. Failure is not eternal, pain is not eternal, your past doesn’t define you, you can’t live there forever.”

The video for ‘This Light’ pairs footage of the band performing its new single in what resembles a rehearsal space and footage of people (including the band) enjoying some time on a beach and its boardwalk.

Lanari also talked about the video during his interview.

“We filmed some drone shots at the very end of the day, and none other than Tom Delonge drove by us in his big Ford Raptor in Encinitas,” he said. “It was epic. A good omen even. We just wanted to kind of say, “Hey this is who we are, and this is what our world is like. This is Summer Years.” and I think we captured that really well.”

More information on Summer Years’ new single, video, and EP is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: https://www.summeryears.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/summeryearsband

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Beach Goons Announces New Tour Dates

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Independent rock band Beach Goons announced the information for its latest tour Monday.

The band announced through a news release, it will launch what it has dubbed the “From The Gora U.S. Tour” Sept. 11 in Los Angeles, CA. The nearly month-long tour is scheduled to run through Oct. 8 in San Diego CA and will feature performances in cities nationwide, such as Ferndale, MI; Fort Worth, TX and Baltimore, MD.

Senor Kino is scheduled to serve as support for the tour. Tickets go on sale at noon local time Friday. The tour’s schedule is noted below.

Tour Dates:

9/11/2021 Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre

9/13/2021 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court

9/14/2021 Denver, CO @ Hi-Dive

9/16/2021 St. Louis, MO @ Old Rock House

9/17/2021 Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest

9/18/2021 Lakewood, OH @ Mahall’s

9/19/2021 Ferndale, MI @ The Loving Touch

9/21/2021 Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck Bar

9/23/2021 Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery

9/24/2021 Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall

9/25/2021 Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory

9/26/2021 Philadelphia, PA @ Milkboy

9/28/2021 Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl

9/29/2021 Nashville, TN @ The End

10/1/2021 Houston, TX @ Satellite Bar

10/2/2021 Fort Worth, TX @ Tulips

10/5/2021 Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom

10/8/2021 San Diego, CA @ Observatory North Park

Beach Goons debuted the video for its latest single, ‘Hunny Bunnies’ Jan. 11.

More information on Beach Goons’ upcoming tour is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: https://beachgoons.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BeachGoons

Twitter: https://twitter.com/beachgoons

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