Set It Off announce supporting acts for North American ‘Midnight’ world tour

Set It Off’s upcoming North American tour just got a whole lot better. On Monday (Dec. 17), the Florida-founded band announced the addition of two bands to their early 2019 tour. Australian pop punk band With Confidence and California quartet Super Whatevr will hit the road with Set It Off during the months of February and March.

Taking to Twitter, Set It Off made their official announcement: “We’re thrilled to announce that With Confidence and Super Whatevr will be joining us for The Midnight World Tour in North America!”

Titled the Midnight world tour — after their upcoming new album — the North American trek will find the bands performing in cities like Portland, Salt Lake City, Denver, Chicago, Toronto, Baltimore, Atlanta, and more. The tour will begin on Feb. 15 at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas and conclude a month and a half later on March 24 at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, CA.

The tour is in support of Set It Off’s upcoming fourth studio album. Midnight is due out Feb. 1 through Fearless Records. The upcoming studio effort is the band’s first release via Fearless which they signed to earlier this year. Pre-orders for the album are currently available on the band’s website.

Back in July, several months before confirming the new album, the quartet released a song titled “Killer in the Mirror.” At the time, fans believed the song was a one-off single, but as it turns out, the track is the album’s opening song.

Since then, the group has released an additional three songs from the forthcoming album; “Lonely Dance” (see above), “Dancing with the Devil” and “For You Forever.”

The band is also giving fans the opportunity to select which of the two new songs will get the music video treatment. All fans need to do is follow the instructions here.

The complete list of upcoming tour dates can be seen below.

MIDNIGHT NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES:

Feb. 15 — Las Vegas, NV – Hard Rock Hotel
Feb. 16 — Pomona, CA – The Glass House
Feb. 17 — Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst
Feb. 19 — Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater
Feb. 20 — Seattle, WA – El Corazon
Feb. 23 — Salt Lake City, UT – In The Venue
Feb. 24 — Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
Feb. 26 — Chicago, IL – Metro
Feb. 27 — Pontiac, MI – Crofoot Ballroom
Feb. 28 — New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre
March 2 — Millvale, PA – Mr. Smalls Theatre
March 3 — Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
March 5 — Cleveland Heights, OH – Grog Shop
March 6 — Toronto, ON – Mod Club
March 8 — Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
March 9 — Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
March 10 — Greensboro, NC – Blind Tiger
March 12 — West Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
March 13 — Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
March 15 — Orlando, FL – The Abbey
March 18 — Dallas, TX – 2513 Deep Ellum
March 19 — Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
March 20 — San Antonio, TX – Alamo City Music Hall
March 22 — Mesa, AZ – The Nile
March 23 — West Hollywood, CA – The Roxy
March 24 — San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall

Set It Off announce new album, early 2019 tour plans

If you’re a fan of Set It Off, then the band has a lot of good news coming your way. On Monday (Nov. 19), the Florida-founded act announced plans to release their brand new studio album in early 2019. Titled Midnight, the record is due out Feb. 1, 2019 via their new record label home of Fearless Records. Pre-orders for Midnight are currently available on the group’s website here.

Midnight is the follow-up to the band’s 2016 release, Upside Down. The record, the act’s fourth studio album, was produced by Mike Green whose resume includes Panic! at the Disco, State Champs, and Neck Deep.

In addition to the new album announcement, the four-piece also unleashed the music video for the record’s latest single, “Lonely Dance.

“Welcome to ‘Lonely Dance,’ the anthem of the introvert, where we can all be content and not feel like a freak for just wanting to stay inside where we feel at home. We’re really excited about this song and the music video accompanied with it,” explains Set It Off frontman Cody Carson.

“It’s honestly my favorite music video of ours to date. As far as the concept, how can you get more isolated than space? It was an unbelievable experience to work on a set so intricate and beautiful as that spaceship and the team behind the camera were just amazing!”

Watch the music video for “Lonely Dance” above.

Back in July, several months before confirming the new album, the quartet released a song titled “Killer in the Mirror.” At the time, fans believed the song was a one-off single, but as it turns out, the track is the album’s opening song.

In support of Midnight’s forthcoming release, Set It Off have also announced plans to hit the road during the months of February and March of 2019. The upcoming excursion will begin on Feb. 15 at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas and conclude over a month later on March 24 at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. Support for the impending tour has yet to be announced.

For now, the complete track listing for Midnight and the full tour itinerary can be seen below.

MIDNIGHT TRACK LISTING:

  1. “Killer in the Mirror”
  2. “Hourglass”
  3. “Lonely Dance”
  4. “Different Songs”
  5. “For You Forever”
  6. “Dancing with the Devil”
  7. “Go to Bed Angry” [feat. Wayfarers]
  8. “Midnight Thoughts”
  9. “Criminal Minds”
  10. “No Disrespect”
  11. “Stitch Me Up”
  12. “Raise No Fool”
  13. “I Want You (Gone)” [feat. Matt Appleton]
  14. “Unopened Windows”
  15. “Happy All the Time” [feat. Skyler Acord]

SET IT OFF WINTER 2019 TOUR DATES:

Feb. 15 — Las Vegas, NV — Hard Rock Hotel
Feb. 16 — Pomona, CA — The Glass House
Feb. 17 — Santa Cruz, CA — The Catalyst
Feb. 19 — Portland, OR — Hawthorne Theater
Feb. 20 — Seattle, WA — El Corazon
Feb. 23 — Salt Lake City, UT — In The Venue
Feb. 24 — Denver, CO — Marquis Theatre
Feb. 26 — Chicago, IL — Metro
Feb. 27 — Pontiac, MI — Crofoot Ballroom
Feb. 28 — New York, NY — Gramercy Theatre
March 2 — Millvale, PA — Mr. Smalls Theatre
March 3 — Philadelphia, PA — Union Transfer
March 5 — Cleveland Heights, OH — Grog Shop
March 6 — Toronto, ON — Mod Club
March 8 — Boston, MA — Paradise Rock Club
March 9 — Baltimore, MD — Baltimore Soundstage
March 10 — Greensboro, NC — Blind Tiger
March 12 — West Columbia, SC — New Brookland Tavern
March 13 — Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade
March 15 — Orlando, FL — The Abbey
March 18 — Dallas, TX — 2513 Deep Ellum
March 19 — Houston, TX — White Oak Music Hall
March 20 — San Antonio, TX — Alamo City Music Hall
March 22 — Mesa, AZ — The Nile
March 23 — West Hollywood, CA — The Roxy
March 24 — San Francisco, CA — Great American Music Hall

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.

Listen to Set It Off’s new song ‘Upside Down’

With a handful of weeks left before the release of their third studio album, Set It Off has unveiled another new song from the upcoming record. On Monday (Sept. 19), the Florida-founded band posted their fourth song of off their upcoming record, Upside Down. The new tune is the title track from the impending release and can currently be streamed below.

“Upside Down” will join previously released tunes “Uncontainable,” “Something New,” and “Life Afraid” on Upside Down. Upside Down is set to be released on Oct. 7 through Equal Vision Records. Pre-orders for the upcoming release are currently available on the band’s website here. For those who pre-order the album ahead of its early-October release will be given instant download of all four previously released songs.

In support of the album’s release, Set It Off will hit the road for a short tour in early October to coincide with the record’s release. The short tour will kick off on Oct. 6 at the State Theater in St. Petersburg, FL and wrap up less than two weeks later on Oct. 16 at The Club at Stage AE in Pittsburgh, PA. The complete list of tour date can be seen below.

SET IT OFF FALL 2016 TOUR DATES:

Oct. 6 – St. Petersburg, FL @ State theater
Oct. 7 – Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits
Oct. 8 – Pensacola, FL @ Vinyl Music Hall
Oct. 9 – Birmingham, AL @ WorkPlay Theatre
Oct. 11 – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
Oct. 13 – Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506
Oct. 14 – Lancaster, PA @ Lizard Lounge
Oct. 15 – Howell, NJ @ GameChangerWorld
Oct. 16 – Pittsburgh, PA @ The Club at Stage AE

Upside Down is the follow-up to Set It Off’s 2014 release, Duality.

Set It Off unveil music video for new song

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Set It Off is currently in the middle of their co-headlining “Fight for Something” tour with Tonight Alive, but now the band is allowing their fans to heard the first single off of their much-anticipated new record. On Thursday (March 17), the Florida-based band released the lead single from their upcoming, still-untitled new record; a track titled “Uncontainable.”

“If there’s one thing Set It Off knows it’s struggle. We know nothing worth having in this life comes easy and there have been many instances and many people in our lives lately that try their best to bring us down. This is our message to those people that force their way into our lives to try and break us—you won’t,” explains Set It Off frontman Cody Carson about the new song.

“Bring it on, we’re Set It Off and we never back down from a fight. This is only the beginning, so turn up our new song “Uncontainable,” feel the energy, and take over the world.” Watch the music video for “Uncontainable” below.

While this is a move in the right direction, it appears that Carson is still mum on the name and release data for the upcoming album. It is projected that the new record will be released some time this summer. Instead, he teases that the new album might be the band’s best record to date.

“‘Uncontainable’ is just the tip of the iceberg. We’re very proud of this song and this video but as far as we’re concerned it’s just going to get better from here,” says Carson. “We can’t wait to show you all of our new songs, we’ve never had a team so excited about anything in our lives. So be patient and prepare yourself for the best record Set It Off has put together to date!”

“Uncontainable” will be available on iTunes and Spotify beginning this Friday, March 17.

REMAINING “FIGHT FOR SOMETHING” TOUR DATES:

03/17/16 – Phoenix, AZ @ Nile Theater
03/18/16 – San Diego, CA @ Soma
03/20/16 – San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
03/21/16 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace Of Spades
03/23/16 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
03/24/16 – Seattle, WA @ Neumos
03/26/16 – Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
03/27/16 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater

Tonight Alive Confirm New Album, Release Lead Single

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Back in July, Tonight Alive revealed they had finished recording their new album, the follow-up to 2013’s The Other Side. Now, several months later, the group has revealed not only the name of the album and the release date, but also the first single off of it.

The Australian band’s upcoming new album will be titled Limitless and is set to be released on March 4, 2016 through Fearless Records. The first single off of the impending release is a track titled “Human Interaction.” Watch the music video for the song below.

“Following an emotional reaction to our second record, The Other Side, and the healing of its touring cycle, we were allowed the clarity to explore a newfound, centered version of ourselves where creating something meaningful and everlasting was of the highest importance,” says frontwoman Jenna McDougall about the upcoming release.

“This record shares our journey of harnessing personal power and acts as the long-awaited answer to the questions of our previous records.”

Pre-orders for Limitless are currently available here.

In support of Limitless, the band will hit the road in 2016 for a joint tour with Florida’s Set It Off. The tour which has been named the “The Fight for Something Tour” will begin on March 1, 2016 at Chicago’s Bottom Lounge and wrap up on March 28, 2016 at the Marquis Theater in Denver, CO. The Ready Set and SayWeCanFly will hit the road with them as supporting acts.

The complete list of tour dates can be seen below.

THE FIGHT FOR SOMETHING TOUR DATES:

03/01/16 – Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
03/02/16 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave
03/03/16 – Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot
03/04/16 – Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room
03/05/16 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
03/06/16 – Boston, MA @ The Sinclair
03/08/16 – Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
03/09/16 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
03/10/16 – Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street
03/11/16 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
03/12/16 – Orlando, FL @ Beacham Theatre
03/14/16 – Houston, TX @ Walters
03/15/16 – Dallas, TX @ Trees
03/17/16 – Phoenix, AZ @ Nile Theater
03/18/16 – San Diego, CA @ Soma
03/20/16 – San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
03/21/16 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace Of Spades
03/23/16 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
03/24/16 – Seattle, WA @ Neumos
03/26/16 – Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
03/27/16 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater

Vans Warped Tour Day One to Stream on Yahoo

With a week until the 2015 Vans Warped Tour is slated to kick off their summer trek, organizers have revealed that the first day of the festivities are going to be broadcast live.

Those who might not be able to attend this year’s traveling rock show due to issues, will get the opportunity to watch 30 artists from this years line-up on four different stages from the comfort of their homes. The live broadcast will also feature backstage access as well as some behind-the-scenes footage.

The stream of the Pomona, CA stop on June 19 will go live at 11 a.m. PST (2 p.m. for those on the east coast) on Yahoo.

The list of artists who will be performing during the live broadcast can be seen below.

2015 VANS WARPED TOUR LIVE BROADCAST ACTS:

  • PVRIS
  • Attila
  • We Came As Romans
  • The Amity Affliction
  • Transit
  • Beartooth
  • Memphis May Fire
  • Black Veil Brides
  • August Burns Red
  • Bebe Rexha
  • Blessthefall
  • Mooseblood
  • Riff Raff
  • Neck Deep
  • As It Is
  • Night Riots
  • This Wild Life
  • Set It Off
  • Family Force Five
  • Metro Station
  • Never Shout Never
  • Mod Sun
  • Hands Like Houses
  • Motion City Soundtrack
  • Juliet Simms
  • Citizen
  • Man Overboard
  • Icon For Hire
  • The Wonder Years
  • Lee Corey Oswald
  • Miss May I

Set It Off Part Ways with Bassist Following Sexual Assault Allegations

UPDATE:

After several hours of quiet since he was publicly removed from Set It Off, Austin Kerr has finally responded with a statement of his own about the allegations against him.

“As of two days ago I became aware of some serious allegations against me. There are two sides of every story and then there’s the truth. Fact is, I’m a guy who hasn’t always considered the way people may perceive my actions and while never forceful, there’s situations where I’ve been too pushy in several matters. I am taking full responsibility for my actions and behavior. I am so sorry for the effects of my actions and I apologize to anyone who has ever been made to feel uncomfortable by me in any capacity. I promise you it was NEVER my intention and I never thought I was entitled to anything.

I will carry myself differently in every matter I’m a part of from this day on. Upon first hearing of these matters, I immediately stopped drinking anywhere near shows, and stopped doing anything that might make someone uncomfortable (i.e. hugging them, picking them up, etc.). I will continue for the rest of my life being fully observant of other people’s feelings. After talking with the band, we have all agreed that I should part ways as nothing in this this should be attached to them in any way. I got to live my dream for years. For all the times, lessons and memories, I am so grateful.

Unfortunately attached to these allegations are half stories, exaggerations and untruthful statements. Since the tumblr post was released I have been approached by multiple people by their own accord who were there and can varify that some statements made are fictional or have proof of their falsehoods.

The truth is I’ve made people feel uncomfortable and I’m sorry. I encourage everyone to read into things before they believe them or make judgements. In often cases a lack of proof means something.

Moving forward, I am actively working on improving and making better decisions so that I will never make anyone feel like this again.”


It seems like with each passing day, more and more musicians are being accused of disorderly conduct when it comes to their underage fans.

We’re not sure if it’s because they like to use their “celebrity” label more, or if it has to do with presence of social media, or maybe the bands that we grew up with were a little more respectful when it came to their fans, but the truth is, things are getting out of control.

Today another band has found themselves in hot water due to a band member and their alleged misconduct with an underage fan, this time, in the United Kingdom.

According to the alleged victim/writer of a Tumblr blog post, there were several instances in which she encountered (now former) Set It Off bassist Austin Kerr which resulted in awkward interacts that made her uncomfortable. Instances, according to her, included Kerr making sexual innuendos, inappropriately touching not only her but her friends, and sending her (screen shots are included in the post) weird messages online.

Instead of letting these allegations hurt the Florida-based band, who are slated to begin the Vans Warped Tour in July, they quickly and swiftly took to their Facebook to release an official statement on the matter.

In the post, which can be seen below, they do not cite the blog as the reason behind Kerr’s removal, but they do make reference to it by saying that rumors were brought to their attention and that their number one priority is the safety of their fans.

While we’re not going to post the specifics from the blog here, we will give the link to it (seen here) for those interested in reading what reportedly happened to the writer.

Like out disclaimer every time a story like this comes out, we’re not going to take any sides, but we will keep this updated when new information about it becomes known.

As to what Set It Off are going to do now that they are down a member, we’re not sure. They have an upcoming tour stop this Friday (May 22) at the Bullingdon Club in Oxford, UK and have confirmed any and all upcoming shows will remain in full effect; no cancellations.

It’s also a good time to point out that Kerr has not made a statement about the accusations against him either. His last post on Twitter was from yesterday.

Slam Dunk Fest Announce Complete 2015 Line-Up

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The United Kingdom’s Slam Dunk Festival has now revealed the complete line-up for this year’s festivities.

In the final unveiling, the annual festival revealed that Set it Off, Finch, Cartel, Architects, This Wild Life, and more have been added to its previously announced list.

Check out the flyer for the festival below which includes the new additions as well as acts like Taking Back Sunday, The Wonder Years, and major headliner You Me at Six.

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Slam Dunk Festival will once again take place at three different locations including the Leeds Civic Centre, The Forum in Hatfield, and Wolverhampton Civic Centre during the May bank holiday (the weekend of May 23-25).

Tickets are currently available on the festival’s website.

Glamour Kills Announces Spring Break ’15 Tour

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The weather might be frightful for all of the United States with the exception of the southern point of Florida, but Glamour Kills is already planning for those warm, Spring days for their Spring Break tour.

The clothing company has announced that the Glamour Kills Spring Break ’15 Tour will be happening this year beginning in late February (though some places might still be under snow at that time) and closing out in early April.

Against the Current, Set it Off, As It Is, and Roam will all be playing the almost-two-month-long tour which will begin its trek on Feb. 27 a the State Theater in St. Petersburg, FL. After visiting the majority of the country, the tour will wrap up on Apr. 8 at the Greene Street club in Greensboro, NC.

Check out the full list of tour dates below.

GLAMOUR KILLS SPRING BREAK ’15 TOUR:

Feb 27 – St Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
Feb 28 – Orlando, FL @ Backbooth
Mar 01 – Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theatre
Mar 02 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Mar 04 – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
Mar 05 – Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theatre
Mar 07 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
Mar 08 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Loading Dock
Mar 10 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
Mar 11 – Portland, OR @ The Alhambra Theater
Mar 13 – Orangevale, CA @ The Boardwalk
Mar 14 – San Diego, CA @ The Epicentre
Mar 15 – Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
Mar 17 – Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock
Mar 22 – San Antonio, TX @ Korova
Mar 24 – St. Louis, MO @ Firebird
Mar 26 – St. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam
Mar 27 – Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
Mar 28 – Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot Ballroom
Mar 29 – Lakewood, OH @ Mahall’s
Mar 31 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
Apr 01 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
Apr 02 – New York, NY @ Marlin Room at Webster Hall
Apr 03 – Howell, NJ @ Gamechanger World
Apr 04 – Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
Apr 06 – Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery
Apr 07 – Vienna, VA @ Jammin’ Java
Apr 08 – Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street Club