|Who: The Used with Support from Dragged UnderWhen: Wednesday, February 5th, 2020 – 7:00pmWhere: Rex Theater – 1602 E Carson St, Pittsburgh, PA 15203Tickets: Sold Out|
This up close and personal show will be unlike any other Used show you have seen and will be the band’s first time performing their new single “Blow Me (Feat. Jason Aalon Butler)” live. It is frenetic and explosive while showcasing the undeniable vocals of frontman Bert McCracken and will absolutely take these small rooms by storm. Check it out at https://theused.ffm.to/blowme.
The Used are kicking off 2020 with a very special tour. Starting in Solana Beach on January 21st, the band will be hitting intimate venues for the biggest fans throughout the United States. With these rooms being some of the smallest the band has played in over a decade, nearly every show is already sold out.
This up close and personal show will be unlike any other Used show you have seen and will be the band’s first time performing their new single “Blow Me (Feat. Jason Aalon Butler)” live. It is frenetic and explosive while showcasing the undeniable vocals of front man Bert McCracken and will absolutely take these small rooms by storm. The Used are currently finishing up their eighth full-length album due out next year on Big Noise. “They played me some songs and, no bullshit, I got that feeling I felt when I first heard ‘Box Full’ on that comp 17 years ago,” teases front man of Fever 333 Jason Aalon Butler “For any and all The Used fans – they’re back again. In a BIG fucking way.” This forthcoming album marks the return of John Feldmann to The Used family as he is producing the album and also the head of A&R at Big Noise. “I couldn’t be more honored or grateful to have one of my favorite bands of all time at my record label! They are one of the most influential bands of the last 20 years and we are making a career-defining album at the minute,” shares Feldmann. “They are one of the best live bands I’ve ever seen and Bert is quite possibly the best singer I’ve ever worked with. This has been a dream of mine since I met them in 2001.”Feldmann signed The Used to Reprise Records in January 2002, one short year after the band formed in Orem, Utah. He also produced some of the band’s most monumental albums including their self-titled debut, Maybe Memories, In Love and Death, Lies for the Liars, Vulnerableand Imaginary Enemy. The upcoming album will mark their first release on Big Noise.