EP Preview: “alright, whatever” – King Neptune

We all need a little something to brighten our days while we’re quarantined and staying safe at home. Long Island bred King Neptune are set to release their brand new EP “alright, whatever” on April 17th and that’s the best news we’ve heard in a while!

The EP is a small, 4 song collection and it packs a relatable punch.  King Neptune kick off the EP with a very pop hook on “backbone” that bounces along making you want to dance until “i don’t care” floats on and on, getting stuck in your head in the best way.  “No, that’s never gonna change” and “made me sick” sampling harmonies and gang vocals we’ve come to know and love from King Neptune.

If you’re in the mood for soaring vocals, choruses, and sick guitar riffs for days, “alright, whatever” is a small taste of what King Neptune are capable of and hopefully what the future holds!

Listen to “backbone” on Spotify now!

Stream the EP when it drops on Friday, April 17th on your favorite platform. 

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Silverstein Sell Out Webster Hall

Celebrating 20 years as a band is a milestone many dream of and even fewer achieve.  Canada’s own alt rockers Silverstein have been packing in the fans for two decades and hope to continue rocking for another 20 years!  They celebrated their 20 year anniversary and the release of their new album, “A Beautiful Place To Drown” with a sold out show at Webster Hall in NYC.

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Ottawa bred and road tested, Silverstein laid everything they have on stage playing three sets – one set full of new and classic hits, one acoustic set, and finally a full album set for “Discovering The Waterfront.”  Feeding off the high octane energy of the sold out NYC crowd, the band gave the fans a greatest hits run including new favorites like “Burn It Down” and “Infinite” from their new record, “A Beautiful Place To Drown,” as well as classic favorites like “The Afterglow,” “A Great Fire,” and a medley of their record “This Is How The Wind Shifts.”

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As he strummed the opening chords of “Massachusetts,” for the stripped down second set of the night, lead singer Shane Told exclaimed to the NYC audience, “Boston thought that was the end of the show and left so thanks for sticking around!”

Silverstein hit all of the bittersweet spots with tracks like “Toronto,” “Still Dreaming,” and the emotional “Aquamarine.”  We definitely shed a few tears when he spoke about how difficult it was coming back to certain tracks like “Aquamarine” that was written at one of the darkest points in his life.

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Picking it back up, they dove right into the reason we gathered together on Friday night, the full album play through of their sophomore record, “Discovering The Waterfront.” You could tell what the album meant to everyone in the room and the sing along reached a fever pitch during “My Heroine” with the crowd drowning out the band at one point.

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The energy in the room was off the charts, the band and crowd both feeding off each other was such a treat.  Silverstein are proving that you can have a decades spanning career and still churn out new hits and old favorites in the same show without alienating anyone.

Silverstein’s 9th studio record, “A Beautiful Place To Drown” is now available on streaming platforms worldwide and are in the midst of an extensive 20 year anniversary tour with I The Mighty, and Four Year Strong.  Grab your tickets to the remaining tour dates HERE while they last!

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Sam Hunt Announces New Album And Summer Tour 2020

Sam Hunt just announced a huge Summer tour kicking off May 28th with his buddies Kip Moore, Travis Dennind, and Brandi Cyrus called “The Southside Summer Tour!”  Sam also dropped the news that his hotly anticipated new album, Southside, will be released April 3rd.

Presales start Tuesday, February 11th at 10am local time and general on sales begin Friday, February 14th at 9am local time.  Check out all of the dates below and make sure you get your tickets while they last!

“Southside Summer Tour 2020” ft. Sam Hunt, Kip Moore, Travis Denning, & Brandi Cyrus
May 28th – PNC Music Pavilion – Charlotte, NC – Buy Tickets 
May 29th – Coastal Credit Union Music Park @ Walnut Creek – Raleigh, NC – Buy Tickets 
May 30th – Jiffy Lube Live – Bristow, VA – Buy Tickets
June 11th – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre – Alpharetta, GA – Buy Tickets
June 12th – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre – Tampa, FL – Buy Tickets
June 13th – iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre – West Palm Beach, FL – Buy Tickets 
June 18th – Budweiser Stage – Toronto, ON – Buy Tickets
June 19th – DTE Energy Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI – Buy Tickets 
June 20th – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Tinley Park, IL – Buy Tickets 
June 25th – Soaring Eagle Casino – Mount Pleasant, MI – Buy Tickets
June 26th – American Family Insurance Amphitheatre – Milwaukee, WI – Buy Tickets 
June 27th – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Maryland Heights, MO – Buy Tickets 
July 10th – Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion – Bangor, ME – Buy Tickets 
July 11th – Bank Of New Hampshire Pavilion – Gilford, NH – Buy Tickets
July 12th – Bank Of New Hampshire Pavilion – Gilford, NH – Buy Tickets 
July 17th – BB&T Pavilion – Camden, NJ – Buy Tickets 
July 18th – Xfinity Center – Mansfield, MA – Buy Tickets
July 19th – Xfinity Theatre – Hartford, CT – Buy Tickets
July 24th – Northwell Health @ Jones Beach Theater – Wantagh, NY –Buy Tickets 
July 25th – Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD – Buy Tickets
July 26th – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheatre – Virginia Beach, VA – Buy Tickets
Aug 6th – The Walmart AMP – Rogers, AR – Buy Tickets 
Aug 7th – BankPlus Amphitheater @ Snowden Grove – Southaven, MS – Buy Tickets 
Aug 8th – Oak Mountain Amphitheatre – Pelham, AL – Buy Tickets 
Aug 11th – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – The Woodlands, TX – Buy Tickets
Aug 14th – PNC Bank Arts Center – Holmdel, NJ – Buy Tickets 
Aug 15th – S&T Bank Music Park – Burgettstown, PA – Buy Tickets 
Aug 16th – Riverbend Music Center – Cincinnati, OH – Buy Tickets
Aug 20th – Blossom Music Center – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – Buy Tickets 
Aug 21st – Ruoff Home Mortgage Center – Fishers, IN – Buy Tickets
Aug 22nd – Iowa State Fairgrounds – Des Moines, IA – Buy Tickets 
Aug 27th – Darian Lake Performing Arts Center – Darien Center, NY – Buy Tickets 
Aug 28th – St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater @ Lakeview – Syracuse, NY – Buy Tickets 
Aug 29th – Hershey Park Stadium – Hershey, PA – Buy Tickets
Sept 10th – Austin360 Amphitheater – Austin, TX – Buy Tickets 
Sept 11th – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – The Woodlands, TX – Buy Tickets 
Sept 12th – Dos Equis Pavilion – Dallas, TX –Buy Tickets 
Sept 17th – Toyota Amphitheatre – Wheatland, CA – Buy Tickets
Sept 18th – Shoreline Amphitheatre – Mountain View, CA – Buy Tickets 
Sept 19th – FivePoint Amphitheater – Irvine, CA – Buy Tickets 
Sept 24th – North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre – Chula Vista, CA – Buy Tickets 
Sept 25th – AK Chin Pavilion – Phoenix, AZ – Buy Tickets 
Sept 26th – Isleta Amphitheater – Albuquerque, NM – Buy Tickets

Pre-orders of Sam Hunt’s new album “Southside” are available on all platforms now. Watch the official visual for “Hard To Forget” below!

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Neverkept Release New Single, “Complicated”

Philly based pop-rock quartet, Neverkept just announced that they signed with Epitaph Records and dropped a new single and music video for “Complicated.”

“Incredibly grateful to say we’re a part of the Epitaph family,” says the band. “To find a home within a team that truly supports all of our visions has become a dream turned reality. Excited for this beginning.”

The new single comes just before they hit the road across North America with Sleep On It on the “The Pride And DisasTour” kicking off at the end of February.  Check out the dates and grab your tickets while you still can!

“The Pride And DisasTour 2020” ft. Sleep On It, Bearings, & Neverkept
Feb 28th – Hard Luck Bar – Toronto, ON – Buy Tickets 
Feb 29th – The Symposium – Lakewood, OH – Buy Tickets
March 1st – Pike Room – Detroit, MI – Buy Tickets 
March 3rd – Thunderbird Music Hall – Pittsburgh, PA – Buy Tickets 
March 4th – Metro Gallery – Baltimore, MD – Buy Tickets 
March 6th – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA –Buy Tickets
March 5th – Asbury Park Brewery – Asbury Park, NJ – SOLD OUT
March 7th – ONCE Ballroom – Boston, MA – SOLD OUT
March 8th – Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, NY – SOLD OUT
March 10th – Soundbar – Orlando, FL – Buy Tickets 
March 11th – The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA – Buy Tickets
March 13th – Big Room Bar – Columbus, OH – Buy Tickets 
March 14th – Hoosier Dome – Indianapolis, IN – Buy Tickets 
March 16th – Marquis Theater – Denver, CO – Buy Tickets 
March 19th – Holy Diver – Sacramento, CA – Buy Tickets 
March 20th – 924 Gilman – Berkeley, CA – Buy Tickets 
March 21st – Chain Reaction – Anahaeim, CA – Buy Tickets
March 22nd – Pub Rock – Phoenix, AZ – Buy Tickets
March 24th – Paper Tiger – San Antonio, TX – Buy Tickets 
March 25th – Deep Ellum Art Co. – Dallas, TX – Buy Tickets 
March 27th – Red Flag – St. Louis, MO – Buy Tickets
March 28th – Beat Kitchen – Chicago, IL – SOLD OUT
March 29th – Beat Kitchen – Chicago, IL – Buy Tickets

Watch the brand new video for “Complicated” now.

Grab a copy of “Complicated” on your favorite platform so you can sing along on tour!

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5SOS Announce “No Shame 2020 Tour”

5SOS just announced a HUGE headlining tour hitting major cities across North America kicking off in August and wrapping up in early Fall. Ashton, Calum, Luke, and Michael also announced that every ticket to the tour comes with a physical copy of their new album when it’s released!

Check out all of the dates below.  Tickets for the “No Shame 2020 Tour” go on sale February 7th.

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Aug 12th – Palacio de los Deportes – Mexico, MX – Buy Tickets
Aug 14th – Auditorio Telmex – Guadalajara, MX – Buy Tickets
Aug 16th – Auditorio CitiBanAmex – Monterrey, MX – Buy Tickets
Aug 19th – The Fillmore – Denver, CO – Buy Tickets 
Aug 21st – Fam Bureau – Indianapolis, IN – Buy Tickets
Aug 22nd – Freedom Hill – Detroit, MI – Buy Tickets
Aug 23rd – Budweiser Stage – Toronto, ON –Buy Tickets
Aug 25th – Armory – MInneapolis, MN –Buy Tickets
Aug 26th – Huntington Bank Northerly Island – Chicago, IL – Buy Tickets 
Aug 28th – Anthem LIVE – Washington, D.C. – Buy Tickets
Aug 29th – Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, CT – Buy Tickets
Sept 2nd – Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion – Boston, MA – Buy Tickets
Sept 3rd – Bank Of New Hampshire Pavilion – Gilford, NH –Buy Tickets
Sept 5th – PNC Bank Arts Pavilion – Holmdel, NJ – Buy Tickets 
Sept 6th – Allentown Fair – Allentown, PA – Buy Tickets
Sept 9th – Coca Cola Roxy – Atlanta, GA –Buy Tickets 
Sept 10th – Daily’s Place – Jacksonville, FL – Buy Tickets
Sept 12th – Charlotte Metro Credit Union – Charlotte, NC – Buy Tickets 
Sept 13th – Ascend Amphitheater – Nashville, TN – Buy Tickets 
Sept 15th – Toyota Music Factory – Irving, TX – Buy Tickets 
Sept 17th – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Woodlands, TX – Buy Tickets 
Sept 21st – Arizona Federal Theatre – Phoenix, AZ – Buy Tickets 
Sept 23rd – Five Point Amphitheatre – Irvine, CA –Buy Tickets 
Sept 26th – Concord Pavilion – Concord, CA – Buy Tickets

Watch the official tour announcement below!

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MCR Announce North American Tour Dates

MCR ARE BACK!  They just dropped a short film leading up to the reveal of their HIGHLY anticipated 2020 North American Tour!  Tickets go on sale Friday, January 31st at 12noon local time. Watch the short film and check out all of the dates below.

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Sept 9th – Little Cesar’s Arena – Detroit, MI – Buy Tickets 
Sept 11th – Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul, MN – Buy Tickets 
Sept 12th – Riot Fest – Chicago, IL –Buy Tickets 
Sept 14th – ScotiaBank Arena – Toronto, ON – Buy Tickets 
Sept 15th – TD Garden – Boston, MA – Buy Tickets
Sept 17th – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY – Buy Tickets
Sept 18th – Wells fArgo Center – Philadelphia, PA – Buy Tickets 
Sept 20th – Music Midtown Festival – Atlanta, GA – Buy Tickets
Sept 22nd – Prudential Center – Newark, NJ – Buy Tickets 
Sept 26th – BB&T Center – Sunrise, FL – Buy Tickets
Sept 29th – Toyota Center – Houston, TX – Buy Tickets
Sept 30th – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX – Buy Tickets
Oct 2nd – Pepsi Center – Denver, CO – Buy Tickets
Oct 4th – Tacoma Dome – Tacoma, WA – Buy Tickets 
Oct 6th – Oakland Arena – Oakland, CA – Buy Tickets
Oct 8th – The Forum – Los Angeles, CA – Buy Tickets 
Oct 10th – Aftershock Festival – Sacramento, CA – Buy Tickets 
Oct 11th – T-Mobile Arena – Las Vegas, NV – Buy Tickets 

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Hot Chelle Rae Announce “The Tangerine Tour”

Hot Chelle Rae are officially BACK!!! We’ve waited a long time to say that but we are so excited for new music and most of all, a brand new tour. HCR announced “The Tangerine Tour” which kicks off in March seeing Ryan, Nash, and Jamie criss cross the US hitting cities like NYC, Dallas, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

Pre-sales begin Thursday January 16th at 10am, and general onsales start Friday, January 17th at 10am local time. Make sure you get your tickets because this tour will sell out fast! Check out the dates below.

“The Tangerine Tour” ft. Hot Chelle Rae
March 12th – The Parish @ House Of Blues – Anaheim, CA – Buy Tickets 
March 13th – House Of Blues – San Diego, CA – Buy Tickets 
March 15th – Regent Theater DTLA – Los Angeles, CA – Buy Tickets
March 16th – Crescent Ballroom –  Phoenix, AZ – Buy Tickets
March 18th – Paper Tiger –  San Antonio, TX – Buy Tickets 
March 20th – House Of Blues –  Dallas, TX – Buy Tickets
March 21st – White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX – Buy Tickets
March 24th – The Abbey – Orlando, FL – Buy Tickets
March 26th – Buckhead Theatre – Atlanta, GA – Buy Tickets 
March 27th – Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN – Buy Tickets 
March 28th – Music Farm – Charleston, SC – Buy Tickets
March 31st – The Underground – Charlotte, NC – Buy Tickets 
April 2nd – Union Stage – Washington, D.C. –Buy Tickets 
April 3rd – Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA –Buy Tickets 
April 6th – Gramercy Theater – New York, NY – Buy Tickets 
April 9th – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA – Buy Tickets 
April 10th – Rex Theater – Pittsburgh, PA – Buy Tickets
April 11th – Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY – Buy Tickets 
April 13th – House Of Blues – Cleveland, OH –Buy Tickets 
April 14th – A&R Music Bar – Columbus, OH – Buy Tickets 
April 16th – El Club – Detroit, MI – Buy Tickets 
April 19th – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL –Buy Tickets 
April 20th – Majestic Theatre – Madison, WI –Buy Tickets
April 21st – Varsity Theater – Minneapolis, MN – Buy Tickets 
April 23rd – Marquis Theater – Denver, CO – Buy Tickets
April 24th – The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT – Buy Tickets 
April 26th – Neumos – Seattle, WA – Buy Tickets 
April 29th – Holy Diver – Sacramento, CA – Buy Tickets 
April 30th – August Hall – San Francisco, CA – Buy Tickets

Watch the officiallyric video for “I Hate L.A.” below.

Grab a copy on your favorite streaming platform so you can sing along on tour!

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We are all fangirls at heart.