Simple Plan shows their ‘Balls’ during Ft. Lauderdale tour stop

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Growing up in the early 2000s, you couldn’t help but see how pop-punk bands were starting to infiltrate the radio and television airwaves. Music videos from artists like blink-182 and Good Charlotte were in high rotation on TRL while some of their biggest hits made their way onto top 20 radio. Almost 20 years since the pop-punk heyday, some bands have disbanded, others have gone on hiatus, and others have managed evolve and adapt with the times while still staying true to their roots. One of those with an ever-changing, but still truly pop-punk sound is Simple Plan.

On Sunday (March 19), the Canadian five-piece made their way to Revolution Live in Ft. Lauderdale to kick off their No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls 15th anniversary tour. The tour was announced to celebrate the release of the band’s debut album 15 years before. The record was released in the spring of 2002 and has been certified as double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. It also reached the number 35 spot on the Billboard 200 chart and the number eight spot on the Canadian Albums Chart. Not too shabby for a bunch of boys from Montréal.

Walking into Revolution Live, it was easy to see how the place was overrun by a bunch of twenty-somethings ready to revert to their teenaged selves for a couple of hours. The small night club was packed to the point that the sensation of body heat could be felt at the venue’s entry way. It didn’t matter how many people were crammed into the tight quarters because for those who were fortunate to get a ticket, they were happy just to be there.

Ontario five-piece Seaway began the anniversary celebration. The group released their second studio album Colour Blind back in 2015 and have been touring relentlessly behind its release. Their set included several tracks from their discography before treating the crowd to a cover of Fountain of Wayne’s “Stacy’s Mom.” The cover quickly turned into a spirited sing-along as almost everyone in the venue took part. Talk about a flashback to the 2000s.

After Seaway’s set came to an end, the crew quickly readied the stage for Tampa-based band, Set It Off. The Floridian four-piece took the stage and gave an energetic show playing some old tunes as well as newer songs from their recently released record, Upside Down. Frontman Cody Carson showed his high-energy spirit as he ran up and down the stage throughout the set. At one point, he climbed on top a tall monitor on the stage and jumped right off, sticking his landing. Following a few more songs, Set It Off’s set came to an end. What was surprising was how many people in attendance actually knew more than one song from either band. Usually, supporting acts do not receive the same type of love as headliners typically do. For Seaway and Set It Off, you could clearly see how many South Floridian fans they truly have.

While Simple Plan’s technicians hit the stage to get it prepared, the venue began playing songs that could have easily found a home on someone’s long-lost iPod classic. The playlist was an emo kid’s dream with songs from Panic! at the Disco, blink-182, Paramore, and even The Killers’ “Mr. Brightside” blasted through the speakers. The only non-emo song featured on the list was Will Smith’s “Getting’ Jiggy Wit It.” The catchy 1997 tune could have easily been that guilty pleasure that embarrassingly always plays at the wrong time

A little before 9 p.m., the speakers quieted, the lights dimmed, and the guys from Simple Plan ran on stage one by one to officially kick off the show and the North American tour. Jumping on a box at the foot of the stage was frontman Pierre Bouvier as he, and the rest of the guys, launched into the opening track of the evening and of No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls, “I’d Do Anything.” Midway through the song, confetti was blasted into the pit area with Bouvier, ever the teenager, standing over one of the four cannons so it would appear as if the confetti was blasted from his crotch area.

The band quickly played through several other tracks from the album including “The Worst Day Ever” and “You Don’t Mean Anything.” Following “You Don’t Mean Anything,” the band quieted and Bouvier took the microphone to speak to the crowd. He explained to the packed house how March 19 played a special role in the band’s history as it was the day No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls was released in 2002. With that, they launched into one of the many singles that made them a mainstream staple, “I’m Just a Kid.” They quickly played through several more tracks, but before beginning on track ten, “I Won’t Be There,” they talked about what the song was about. When they were teenagers, all they wanted to do run away from home and their parents. Bouvier joked how 15 years later, the tables were turned on them. Now, they were parents with homes and they still have the desire to run away which is the real reason they decided to go on tour. The crowd laughed along with the band before they began the tune.

During “One Day,” the band threw massive Simple Plan beach balls into the crowd for the concertgoers to play with. At the end of the song, it was nice to see that the guys still had their sick sense of humor. Between Bouvier and bassist David Desrosiers, they made several sexual innuendos including how it was hard to keep it [the balls] up and how much they appreciated the fans playing with their massive balls. As quickly as they started with the dick jokes, they quickly changed the topic. Bouvier told the crowd that they were nearing the end of the No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls tracks, but they didn’t want to finish the album quite yet. Instead, they played “Grow Up,” a track that was only featured on the Japanese version of the album. They may have thought their hardcore fans wouldn’t know the words to the song, but they were proven wrong when the crowd almost outdid the band.

One of the coolest moments of the show was when drummer Chuck Comeau and Bouvier decided to trade places. Comeau explained how he always wanted to be a singer while Bouvier wanted to be a drummer. Instead of holding onto those dreams, they decided to make it a reality. At the end of the song, Comeau surprised the crowd when he launched himself onto an unsuspecting audience. Thankfully, the pit area was so packed Comeau was caught in an epic trust fall test. The band ended the first half of their set with the album’s closer, “Perfect.” Considering the song is one of the band’s most emotional tracks, it wasn’t surprising when the crowd’s joint singing drowned out Bouvier’s vocals. At first, the singer appeared a little stunned, but quickly allowed the crowd to sing the first couple of verses of the song. After letting the crowd sing a little on their own, the singer rejoined until the final note.

Once the song wrapped, the group headed backstage for a quick pre-encore breather. As the stage went dark, the crowd began to chant “one more song.” Sadly, many concertgoers didn’t get the memo that the show wasn’t over quite yet and left. A short time later, the group re-emerged for their eight-song encore beginning with “Shut Up!” from their sophomore album, Still Not Getting Any

During the encore, Bouvier revealed that the group had encountered people who’ve asked them what they’ve been up to during the past 15 years and whether they went on hiatus during that time. “Come on guys, you have something called the internet,” joked the singer. It’s true. The group has released a total of four records since their debut including 2016’s Taking One for the Team.

Surprising, or maybe not, the encore consisted of more Still Not Getting Any… songs than any of their other albums. “Shut Up!,” “Jump,” “Crazy” and set closer “Welcome to My Life” represented their second album while “Your Love is a Lie” represented their self-titled, third record. The Natasha Bedingfield- assisted “Jet Lag” and Rivers Cuomo track “Can’t Keep My Hands off You” represented their fourth studio album, Get Your Heart On! Maybe the most surprising part of the set list came from the band only including one song (“Boom!”) from Taking One for the Team, an album that just celebrate it’s one-year release anniversary this past February.

Maybe it was intentional, because the band wanted to pay homage to nostalgia and give their fans what they really wanted; vintage tunes. Whatever their reason was, it was nice to see that pop-punk is still alive and kicking and that those who listened to it are no longer ashamed to proclaim it loud and proud.

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Seaway release music video for “Stubborn Love”

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Canadian pop-punk outfit Seaway has returned with a brand new video, just in time for the group’s upcoming spring tour. On Tuesday (April 5), the five-piece unveiled the official video for their song “Stubborn Love.” During a humorous interview between them and Knuckle Puck for Upset Magazine, the guys from Knuckle Puck asked about the song.

Knuckle Puck: Critics have called “Stubborn Love” one of the most heart demolishing, emo-rock-punk songs of this century. What was the writing process like for this god damn masterpiece?

Andrew Eichinger (guitar): Thanks guys. Patrick [Carleton, guitar/vocals] wrote the opening riff a long time ago and we jammed it on tour a bit, but it was never used. I always really liked it so musically, that was my starting point, and the rest of the song kind of naturally fell into place around dat riff. Lyrically, it’s your basic break-up song about getting out of a relationship that’s run its course. More super original content from Seaway here.

Check out the music video for “Stubborn Love” below while the funny interview can be read in full here.

Seaway will be hitting the road later this month on the “Pure Noise” tour alongside Hit The Lights, Boston Manor, Can’t Swim, and Casey Bolles. The complete list of tour dates can be seen below.

PURE NOISE 2016 TOUR DATES:

Apr 22 – Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups
Apr 23 – Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theatre
Apr 24 – St. Louis, MO @ Firebird
Apr 25 – Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th St. Collective
Apr 27 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
Apr 29 – Berkeley, CA @ 924 Gilman
Apr 30 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
May 1 – San Diego, CA @ TBA
May 2 – Henderson, NV @ Eagle Aerie Hall
May 4 – Phoenix, AZ @ Rebel Lounge
May 6 – Austin, TX @ Sidewinder
May 7 – Houston, TX @ Walter’s
May 8 – Ft. Worth, TX @ Tomcats West
May 10 – Nashville, TN @ The End
May 12 – Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
May 13 – Freehold, NJ @ Game Changer*
May 14 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall*
May 15 – Boston, MA @ Brighton*
May 16 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts*
May 17 – Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground*
May 18 – Buffalo, NY @ Studio Waiting Room*
May 19 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose*
May 20 – Chicago, IL @ Double Door*
May 21 – Lakewood, OH @ Mahall’s*

* includes Casey Bolles

Stream Seaway’s New Album ‘Colour Blind’

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Seaway are currently on tour with Knuckle Puck, Sorority Noise, and Head North in support of their upcoming new album Colour Blind. Now, the Canadian band are giving fans the chance to stream the new album a couple of days ahead of its release on Friday, Oct. 23. The complete record can be streamed below.

For those who are digging the record and would like to pre-order it, pre-orders for Colour Blind are still available on Seaway’s website. Colour Blind will officially be released this Friday through Pure Noise Records. Like it was stated before, the group is currently on tour in support of the album. The tour began last week and is currently ongoing. The up-to-date tour stops can be seen below.

Tonight, they don’t have a show, but tomorrow they will perform at the Marquis Theater in Denver.

KNUCKLE PUCK FALL 2015 TOUR DATES:

Oct. 21 – Denver, CO @ The Marquis Theater

Oct. 22 – Salt Lake city, UT @ In the Venue

Oct. 24 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon

Oct. 25 – Portland, OR @ Analog Café

Oct. 27 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill

Oct. 28 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy

Oct. 29 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction

Oct. 30 – San Diego, CA @ Monkier Warehouse

Oct. 31 – Mesa, AZ @ The Nile

Nov. 1 – Albuquerque, NM @ The Works

Nov. 3 – Dallas, TX @ Sons of Hermann Hall

Nov. 4 – Austin, TX @ Sidewinder

Nov. 5 – Houston, TX @ Walters

Nov. 6 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (Hell)

Nov. 7 – Tampa, FL @ Epic Problem

Nov. 8 – Orlando, FL @ Backbooth

Nov. 10 – Margate, FL @ O’Malley’s

Nov. 11 – Jacksonville, FL @ 1904

Nov. 12 – Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street

Nov. 13 – Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery

Nov. 14 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall (Marlin room)

Nov. 15 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Theatre of the Living Arts

Nov. 17 – Howell, NJ @ GameChangeWorld

Nov. 18 – Boston, MA @ The Royale

Nov. 19- Buffalo, NY @ The Waiting room

Nov. 20 – Pittsburg, PA @ The Altar Bar

Nov. 21 – Cleveland, OH – Agora Ballroom

Knuckle Puck Drop New Music Video, Fall Tour Dates

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Knuckle Puck is giving fans a lot of good news for a Monday.

To begin, the Chicago-based band has released the music video for one of the track off of their new album Copacetic, “True Contrite.”

When asked by Billboard, who exclusively premiered the music video earlier in the day, about how the music video was made, guitarist Kevin Maida revealed that it was a painstaking process, but well worth it in the end.

“The making of the ‘True Contrite’ music video was one of the most painstaking, rewarding experiences ever,” said Maida.

“We basically had to shoot two music videos, one with the walls blank, then manually tape all the Polaroids to the wall, and then shoot everything again with all the Polaroids on the wall. It took a long time, but the video came out perfect.”

Check out the group’s “perfect” video for “True Contrite” below.

In addition to the new music video, the band has also announced a month and a half long tour in the Fall in support of Copacetic which was released on July 31 through Rise Records. Heading on the road alongside them will be Seaway, Sorority Noise, and Head North.

“When putting together a lineup for the headline, it was basically a no-brainer to have Seaway on it,” explained Maida about the lineup for the group’s first headlining tour.

“Our first tour ever was with Seaway, so it only seemed right to put some of our greatest friends on our first headline tour. Head North and Sorority Noise are some of our favorite bands both consist of truly genuine people. It’s going to be a great fall.”

The Fall tour will kick off on Oct. 14 at the Hard Luck Bar in Toronto and wrap up on Nov. 21 at the Agora Ballroom in Cleveland.

Pre-sales for the tour are currently available on the band’s website. For the complete list of tour dates, scroll down.

KNUCKLE PUCK FALL 2015 TOUR DATES:

Oct. 14 – Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck Bar

Oct. 15 – Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot

Oct. 17 – Burnsville, MN @ The Garage

Oct. 18 – Iowa City, IA @ Gabe’s

Oct. 19 – St. Louis, MO @ The Firebird

Oct. 21 – Denver, CO @ The Marquis Theater

Oct. 22 – Salt Lake city, UT @ In the Venue

Oct. 24 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon

Oct. 25 – Portland, OR @ Analog Café

Oct. 27 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill

Oct. 28 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy

Oct. 29 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction

Oct. 30 – San Diego, CA @ Monkier Warehouse

Oct. 31 – Mesa, AZ @ The Nile

Nov. 1 – Albuquerque, NM @ The Works

Nov. 3 – Dallas, TX @ Sons of Hermann Hall

Nov. 4 – Austin, TX @ Sidewinder

Nov. 5 – Houston, TX @ Walters

Nov. 6 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (Hell)

Nov. 7 – Tampa, FL @ Epic Problem

Nov. 8 – Orlando, FL @ Backbooth

Nov. 10 – Margate, FL @ O’Malley’s

Nov. 11 – Jacksonville, FL @ 1904

Nov. 12 – Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street

Nov. 13 – Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery

Nov. 14 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall (Marlin room)

Nov. 15 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Theatre of the Living Arts

Nov. 17 – Howell, NJ @ GameChangeWorld

Nov. 18 – Boston, MA @ The Royale

Nov. 19- Buffalo, NY @ The Waiting room

Nov. 20 – Pittsburg, PA @ The Altar Bar

Nov. 21 – Cleveland, OH – Agora Ballroom

Seaway’s Van Broken Into, Again

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In what may feel like a sense of deja vu for the guys in Seaway, their van was broken into, again. This marks the second time in six months that the band’s van had been broken into (the first time was in San Francisco).

Taking to Twitter, they posted a picture of the busted window the crooks got in through and quickly assured fans that the only item taken from the van was their GPS system and that everyone was okay.

Back in November, the crooks who broke into their van taking their acoustic guitars, clothing, personal belonging among other things.

But before you start checking for GoFundMe or any of those funding campaigns, the band is not asking for anything. Instead, they do tell fans, and others alike, that if they would like to donate to them they could go ahead and buy something from their online merchandise store.

Check out their tweets below about the misfortune event.

Seaway are currently on tour with Bayside, Senses Fail, and Man Overboard for Bayside’s 15th Birthday Tour.

Tonight’s show is in Phoenix, AZ.

Listen to Bayside Call Out Certain People on “Dancing Like an Idiot”

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Bayside aren’t exactly shy when it comes to calling people out. We got to witness that first hand/ front row during Warped Tour last year when a large chunk of their audience decided it would be a lot more fun to crowdsurf and distract everyone, including the band members, rather than watch the show. (The eye rolls and frustrated looks were amazing.)

In honor of the band’s 15th birthday, they will be re-issuing 2014’s Cult with a new song titled “Dancing Like an Idiot” which they have now released for fans to stream and it’s not exactly a sweet as candy song; it’s scathing.

According to Bayside frontman Anthony Raneri, the song is a dig at all those artists that try to scam their fans just because they can. He makes reference to those who write “large curses on t-shirts and sell[ing] it to a kid cause they know the kid is stupid enough to buy it.”

“You’re telling them it’s cool to buy a t-shirt to piss their parents off. There’s nothing cool about that—that’s mall rebellion,” Raneri explained to Billboard.

“That’s not real rebellion. I grew up liking The Smiths, liking Nirvana…I fucking hated Guns N’ Roses. It was bullshit, misogynistic, it was fake rebellion—nothing is more corporate and commercialized. “

Check out the lyric video for the song below.

The Cult re-issue will be available on March 3 through Hopeless Records just in time for the band’s 15th Birthday Tour with Senses Fail, Man Overboard, and Seaway which starts on March 5 in Orlando.

Bayside Announce ’15th Birthday Tour’

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Bayside will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of the creation of the band and now, they have announced they will be heading out on tour next year to celebrate the milestone.

The band, who formed back in 2000 in New York, will be taking the celebration across the United States as well as one Canadian stop.

The “Fifteen Year Birthday Tour” will kick off on March 5 in Orlando and wrap up on Apr. 4 in Sayreville, NY.

But, if that wasn’t enough, Bayside have announced that Senses Fail, Man Overboard and Seaway will be hitting the road for the month-long trek alongside them.

Check out the tour dates as well as the official flyer below. Keep in mind, the only thing that has been revealed are the tour dates, the venues have yet to be announced.

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BAYSIDE’S FIFTEEN YEAR BIRTHDAY TOUR:

3/5 – Orlando, FL

3/6 – New Orleans, LA

3/7 – Dallas, TX

3/8 – Houston, TX

3/10 – Phoenix, AZ

3/11 – San Diego, CA

3/12 – Santa Ana, CA

3/13 – Las Vegas, NV

3/14 – Los Angeles, CA

3/15 – San Francisco, CA

3/17 – Portland, OR

3/18 – Seattle, WA

3/20 – Salt Lake City, UT

3/21 – Denver, CO

3/22 – Lawrence, KS

3/23 – St. Louis, MO

3/25 – Milwaukee, MN

3/26 – Chicago, IL

3/27 – Pontiac, MI

3/28 – Cleveland, OH

3/29 – Toronto, ON

3/31 – Baltimore, MD

4/1 – Boston, MA

4/2 – New York, NY

4/3 – Philadelphia, PA

4/4 – Sayreville, NJ

Line-Up for Glamour Kills Holiday Showcase Unveiled

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Last week, Property of Zack announced they would be working with Glamour Kills to present this year’s Glamour Kills Holiday showcase in honor of the music news blog’s fifth anniversary.

At the time of the announcement, the only thing that was known was the price ($25), that it would take place at all three stages at Webster Hall, and that the line up would be very special for fans of the pop-punk genre.

Today, the official line up for the annual event has been revealed which includes some heavy hitters from the aforementioned genre including The Wonder Years, Handguns, Transit, Man Overboard, State Champs, and more. Buddy Nielsen from Senses Fail has also been tapped to host the event.

Not too shabby. Check out the full line-up below as well as the official flyer which also reveals the date of the showcase (spoiler: it’s Dec. 14). To purchase tickets, head on over here before they sell out.

GLAMOUR KILLS HOLIDAY SHOWCASE LINE-UP:

Hosted by Buddy Nielsen (of Senses Fail)

The Wonder Years
State Champs
Have Mercy
Handguns
Transit
Candy Hearts
Man Overboard
Crime in Stereo
Front Porch Step
Light Years
No Good News
Seaway
Head North
The Sixties
Young and Heartless

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Listen to Transit’s ‘Joyride’ in Full

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Transit and Alternative Press teamed up to premiere one of Massachusetts band’s new song everyday for 12 days in support of the group’s second record. For the past 12 days, the publication has premiered a new song, and today the “12 Days of Transit” has come to a close with the final song, “Follow Me.”

But for those who have not been keeping a close eye (or is it ear?) to the music publication’s website, then don’t worry because the band have made the full album available on YouTube. All 12 new tracks from Joyride will be at the click of your finger as soon as you click on the little play button below.

In support of the Joyride, Transit will be hitting the road with Such Gold and Driver Friendly. That tour will kick off today in Poughkeepsie, NY at The Loft at The Chance. On Nov. 1 at the Bottom Lounge in Chicago, Driver Friendly will be replaced by Four Year Strong and Seaway for the rest of the tour which will wrap up on Nov. 21 in Buffalo at The Waiting Room.

Check out the full upcoming tour dates below.

TRANSIT FALL TOUR:

with Such Gold and Driver Friendly:

10/21/14 – Poughkeepsie, NY at The Loft @ The Chance

10/22/14 – Asbury Park, NJ at Asbury Lanes

10/24/14 – Hamden, CT at The Space

10/25/14 – New York, NY at Studio @ Webster Hall

10/26/14 – Amityville, NY at Amityville Music Hall

10/28/14 – Toronto, ON at Sneaky Dee’s

10/29/14 – Pontiac, MI at Pike Room

10/30/14 – Covington, KY at Legends

10/31/14 – Indianapolis, IN at Emerson Theater

with Four Year Strong, Such Gold and Seaway:

11/01/14 – Chicago, IL at Bottom Lounge

11/02/14 – Lawrence, KS at Granada Theatre

11/03/14 – Denver, CO at Marquis Theater

11/04/14 – Salt Lake City, UT at Murray Theater

11/06/14 – San Francisco, CA at Slim’s

11/07/14 – Los Angeles, CA at Troubadour

11/08/14 – Pomona, CA at Glass House

11/09/14 – San Diego, CA at SOMA Sidestage

11/11/14 – Mesa, AZ at Nile Theater

11/13/14 – Houston, TX at Walters Downtown

11/14/14 – Dallas, TX at The Door

11/15/14 – Austin, TX at Red 7

11/17/14 – St. Louis, MO at The Ready Room

11/18/14 – Columbus, OH at Skully’s*

11/19/14 – Pittsburgh, PA at Rex Theatre*

11/20/14 – Cleveland, OH at Grog Shop

11/21/14 – Buffalo, NY at Waiting Room

Four Year Strong to Head Out on Two Back to Back Tours

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Four Year Strong are currently in the tour state of mind because the band just announced plans to head out on another tour in early 205, just a month after wrapping up their upcoming Fall tour.

The Massachusetts-based band are set to begin a North American tour at the beginning of November and then pick things up with another North American tour.

The upcoming tour in November which will feature Transit, Such Gold, and Seaway for majority of the stops, is set to begin on Nov. 1 in Chicago at Bottom Lounge and wrap up on Nov. 21 in Buffalo, NY at the Waiting Room.

The second tour which will feature Comeback Kid as FYS’ supporting act, is set to begin on Jan. 6 in South Burlington, VT at Higher Ground and will wrap up on Jan. 24 in Amityville, NY at Revolution.

Check out the full tour dates for both upcoming tours.

FOUR YEAR STRONG with TRANSIT and SUCH GOLD

Nov. 1 – Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge

Nov. 2 – Lawrence, KS – Granada Theatre**

Nov. 3 – Denver, CO – Marquis Theater**

Nov. 4 – Murray, UT – Murray Theater**

Nov. 6 – San Francisco, CA – Slims**

Nov. 7 – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour**

Nov. 8 – Pomona, CA – Glass House**

Nov. 9 – San Diego, CA – SOMA**

Nov. 11 – Mesa, AZ – Nile Theater**

Nov. 13 – Houston, TX – Walter’s Downtown**

Nov. 14 – Dallas, TX – The Door**

Nov. 15 – Austin, TX – Red 7**

Nov. 17 – St. Louis, MO – Ready Room**

Nov. 18 – Columbus, OH – Skully’s

Nov. 19 – Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theatre

Nov. 20 – Cleveland Heights, OH – Grog Shop**

Nov. 21 – Buffalo, NY – Waiting Room**

**Days Seaway will also be on the bill

FOUR YEAR STRONG with COMEBACK KID:

Jan. 6 – South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground

Jan .7 – Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre

Jan. 8 – Toronto, ON – The Opera House

Jan. 9 – Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot

Jan. 10 – Louisville, KY – Vernon Club

Jan. 11 – Nashville, TN – Exit/In

Jan. 13 – Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle

Jan. 14 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade

Jan. 15 – Charleston, SC – Music Farm

Jan. 16 – Ybor City, FL – The Orpheum

Jan. 17 – Orlando, FL – The Beacham Theatre

Jan. 18 – Jacksonville, FL – Underbelly

Jan. 20 – Richmond, VA – The Broadberry

Jan. 21 – Baltimore, MD – Ottobar

Jan. 22 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza

Jan. 23 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer

Jan. 24 – Amityville, NY – Revolution