SHARONE Releases Long Anticipated New Album, ‘Reflection’

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Denver, CO based dark rock artist SHARONE has released her hotly anticipated new album, Reflection.

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Advance Praise for Reflection

“This Denver based singer/songwriter showed that she was adept at harnessing the chaos on her previous couple of albums and she’s really turning the gothic-art-pop-rock up on her latest long-player. It’s packed with dark fairytales and swooping riffs as well as more theatrical invention that you’d find at the Royal Shakespeare Company.” – The Crack Magazine

“In summary absolute female power, which reminds of EVANESCENCE and TARJA TURUNEN. This talented singer makes you curious about her live performances! 4.5/5” – Stormbringer.at

Download / Stream “Closer to Love” Online:

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Track List:
1. Unspoken
2. Cold
3. Poisonous
4. Turn Back Time
5. Marionette
6. White Witch
7. Shatter
8. Filling The Void
9. Closer To Love
10. Final Reflection

Download / Stream Reflection Online:

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Channeling chaos into art, Sharone erupted onto the Denver music scene as a solo artist in 2014 playing local DIY venues; since then she has gone on to play venues such as Marquis TheaterBluebird Theater, and Gothic Theater, playing festivals, and opening for bands such as One-Eyed-DollThe Birthday MassacreFuelSaving AbelDavey SuicideTantricHell’s Belles, and Stitched Up Heart. The atmospheric and melodramatic music of Evanescence and the psychedelic blues of Black Sabbath inspired Sharone to start performing her music live, and to eventually release her 2017 demo album, Storm.

Despite sustaining a dark and nearly melancholy tone on recordings, the gothic artist’s live shows are nothing short of energetic, full of heavy piano riffs, pulsing rhythms, and enthralling theatrics. From emerging from a coffin to jumping off of monitors and captivating contortions, Sharone captures the interest of each audience member through her piercing stage chemistry with her live musicians, and her ever-growing theatrics.

In the spring of 2017, the singer left her mark on the Denver music scene with the release of her first rock album Storm. Following the release, underwent a complete lineup change in her band, and came back stronger than ever with the reincarnation of her dark sound: Enchiridion of Nightmares (2018).

“Like a series of dark fairy tales, Enchiridion of Nightmares the new album from dark [rocker] Sharone, captivates, seduces, and haunts. Each of its notes, let alone songs, comes with a shadow to [her] beauty, melancholy to [her] light, and intimacy to [her] grandeur with it all colluding in an adventure which just steals the imagination from everyday reality.

There is a rich cinematic and theatre-esque feel to Enchiridion of Nightmares which equally adds to its captivation; indeed its songs entwine an influence of horror movies, vintage and modern, into their personal nightmares. With just as richly layered and dramatic sounds to its exploration, the album is a persistent unveiling of new twists and shadows listen by listen. On our first meeting intrigue soaked the pleasure, through a couple more captivation, each subsequent listen leading to the inescapable bewitchment these words spring from.”
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Sharone followed up the release with three exhilarating summer and fall tours, reaching audiences across the western, central, and eastern United States, and is currently working on her third studio album. This unique rock artist is destined for success in the metal and goth rock realm.

Sharone’s third studio album, ‘Reflection’, is due out December 7th, 2019.

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WATCH ME BREATHE Release New Single,”Garden of Eden”

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Santa Cruz, CA – Progressive Pop-Rock Band WATCH ME BREATHE has released their new single, “Garden of Eden,” which is available NOW via The Label Group / INgrooves.

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“People have mistaken this for a religious song, but it’s really not. What the Garden Of Eden metaphor really means here is universal place of origin. Some 100,000 years ago, human beings still lived in the natural environment that our bodies and minds evolved to live in. Now, we don’t. We’ve spent the last 100,000 years creating a world that is progressively less and less like any of us. And despite the many ways in which that is a wonderful thing we should be grateful for, I sense there are other, easily underestimated ways in which it confuses and confines us at a primal level. I’m not sure what we do about it, but the song is here simply to pose the question.” – Jake Aaron Ward

Click to Download / Stream ‘Garden of Eden”

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From the very beginning, Watch Me Breathe has been all about honesty and authenticity. Lead singer Jake Aaron Ward formed the band in 2017 purely out of frustration. “As a solo artist, I just got fed up with trying to write music only to please other people. Watch Me Breathe is really an experiment that says: what would I write if nobody else was listening?”

The results of that experiment have been surprising. In the short time since the release of their debut LP “The Lighter Side of Darkness” in February 2018, Watch Me Breathe has already accrued well over 150K views on YouTube and over 50K streams on Spotify…and the numbers keep growing.

When it comes to making albums, this particular band has an unusual process not unlike that of Tame Impala or Bon Iver: Ward (a proficient multi-instrumentalist) writes, performs, records, mixes, and masters every song entirely by himself, in his own California home studio. He jokingly explains “I just kind of suck at collaborating.” He cites an eclectic range of influences, including Peter GabrielThe PoliceImogen HeapGoo Goo Dolls, and a whole slew of underground progressive metal bands that have helped shape his unique guitar parts and complex rhythmic patterns. In concert, the band performs as a power trio, with Ward covering guitar and lead vocals, while bassist Ryan Green and drummer/baby brother Carl Ward handle the rhythm section.

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WATCH ME BREATHE Release Live Performance Video for “Here and Now”

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Santa Cruz, CA – Progressive Pop-Rock Band WATCH ME BREATHE has released the live performance video for “Here and Now.” Shot and directed by Michael Jarrett at Siphon Media, “Here and Now” is the fourth single off of the band’s highly anticipated, new album, The Strange Pull Of What You Really Love, available NOW via The Label Group / INgrooves.

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“This is essentially step 2 in the adventure! This really has been a profound journey for me so far. We’ve wandered deep into unknown and uncharted territory. I didn’t know how this album would sound when I was writing each song, and it’s been really exciting and satisfying to see it come together as a cohesive portrait. I’m happy to say that I’m incredibly proud of what we’ve created and I can assure you there will much, much more to come in the future.” – Jake Aaron Ward

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Track List:
1. Pain
2. The Other Side
3. Nothing Else
5. Don’t Fade Away
6. Feel Alright
7. Don’t Think I Haven’t Thought About It
8. Moves Through Your Body
9. Alien

Click to Download / Stream ‘The Strange Pull Of What You Really Love’

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From the very beginning, Watch Me Breathe has been all about honesty and authenticity. Lead singer Jake Aaron Ward formed the band in 2017 purely out of frustration. “As a solo artist, I just got fed up with trying to write music only to please other people. Watch Me Breathe is really an experiment that says: what would I write if nobody else was listening?”

The results of that experiment have been surprising. In the short time since the release of their debut LP “The Lighter Side of Darkness” in February 2018, Watch Me Breathe has already accrued well over 150K views on YouTube and over 50K streams on Spotify…and the numbers keep growing.

When it comes to making albums, this particular band has an unusual process not unlike that of Tame Impala or Bon Iver: Ward (a proficient multi-instrumentalist) writes, performs, records, mixes, and masters every song entirely by himself, in his own California home studio. He jokingly explains “I just kind of suck at collaborating.” He cites an eclectic range of influences, including Peter GabrielThe PoliceImogen HeapGoo Goo Dolls, and a whole slew of underground progressive metal bands that have helped shape his unique guitar parts and complex rhythmic patterns. In concert, the band performs as a power trio, with Ward covering guitar and lead vocals, while bassist Ryan Green and drummer/baby brother Carl Ward handle the rhythm section.

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WATCH ME BREATHE Releases Official Music Video for “Feel Alright”

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Santa Cruz, CA – Progressive Pop-Rock Band WATCH ME BREATHE has released the official music video for their new single, “Feel Alright,” via TLG / INgrooves.

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“This was one of those tracks where I knew it was special right away. I was jumping and dancing around the studio like a lunatic because I could just clearly feel that we’d struck something new and exciting. The vibe of the song is somewhat unlike anything we’ve made before; there’s something about the wildness and the darkness of the whole thing that I’m extremely excited about and proud of.” – Jake Ward

Download / Stream “Feel Alright” Online:

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From the very beginning, Watch Me Breathe has been all about honesty and authenticity. Lead singer Jake Aaron Ward formed the band in 2017 purely out of frustration. “As a solo artist, I just got fed up with trying to write music only to please other people. Watch Me Breathe is really an experiment that says: what would I write if nobody else was listening?”
The results of that experiment have been surprising. In the short time since the release of their debut LP The Lighter Side of Darkness in February 2018, Watch Me Breathe has already accrued well over 150K views on YouTube and over 50K streams on Spotify…and the numbers keep growing.

When it comes to making albums, this particular band has an unusual process not unlike that of Tame Impala or Bon Iver: Ward (a proficient multi-instrumentalist) writes, performs, records, mixes, and masters every song entirely by himself, in his own California home studio. He jokingly explains “I just kind of suck at collaborating.” He cites an eclectic range of influences, including Peter GabrielThe PoliceImogen HeapGoo Goo Dolls, and a whole slew of underground progressive metal bands that have helped shape his unique guitar parts and complex rhythmic patterns. In concert, the band performs as a power trio, with Ward covering guitar and lead vocals, while bassist Ryan Green and drummer/baby brother Carl Ward handle the rhythm section.

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THIS CENTURY RELEASE HOTLY-ANTICIPATED POP-ROCK ALBUM, ‘BIOGRAPHY OF HEARTBREAK,’ TODAY

“This Century is the next big thing to look out for” – Idolator.com
they’re on deck to bust through the mainstream any day now” – MTV.com
Phoenix, Arizona pop-rock band This Century are on the cusp of major breakout success with the release of their highly-anticipated, sophomore album, Biography of Heartbreak, which is available today on iTunesAmazon and in a variety of cool bundles at http://81twentythree.com/collections/this-century.
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Forming back in 2007, This Century have quickly become one of the most exciting pop-rock bands to enter the scene.  Their unique combination of anthem pop and die hard grassroots fan base has led them to extensive tour dates with the likes of Good Charlotte, The Maine, The Ready Set, Breathe Carolina, Hey Monday among many others.  The band’s wildly popular debut album Sound of Fire set the stage in 2011, and now the band is ready to take on the world with their follow-up Biography of Heartbreak.
For Biography of Heartbreak, This Century teamed up with producer Colby Wedgeworth (The Maine, Austin Gibbs, Lydia) and the result is near magic.  Overflowing with hit-after-hit, the new album drips with confectious pop-rock anthems that could easily be heard on Top 40 radio.
Biography of Heartbreak features thirteen unforgettable songs like their new single “Slow Dance Night,” your new summer jam “Tip Toe,” whichPopCrush.com calls “dreamy, emotive and thoughtful pop,” the uber catchy “Fool’s Game” which Idolator.com says “if sharp electro-pop is your thing, this track will hit the sweet spot,” the “dance-until-your-body cries” track “Love Killer” that MTV.com says is “practically made for Top 40, and — dare we say it? — kind of sounds like a long-lost One Direction song” and finally the massive pop anthem “Deadly Weapon” that recently debuted on EW.com.
Listen to “Tip Toe” at Popcrush.com: http://bit.ly/12s2bgB
Listen to “Fool’s Game” at Idolator.com: http://bit.ly/102H7h3
Listen to “Love Killer” at MTV.com: http://on.mtv.com/16xcqV3
Listen to “Deadly Weapon” at EW.com: http://bit.ly/ZsJmqn
This Century will be hitting the road this summer for the 8123 Tour with The Maine, A Rocket To The Moon and Brighten.  Pick up your copy ofBiography of Heartbreak now and catch them live this summer!
This Century is Joel Kanitz, Sean Silverman, Ryan Gose, and Alex Silverman.
This Century Tour Dates:
June 4 – Tempe, AZ – Tempe Marketplace (Free Show)
June 7 – Anaheim, CA – House of Blues
June 8 – San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
June 9 – Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
June 11 – Seattle, WA – El Corazon
June 12 – Vancouver, BC – The Rio Theater
June 14 – Calgary, AB – The Den
June 15 – Edmonton, AB – Avenue Theater
June 18 – Winnipeg, MB – Garrick
June 20 – Minneapolis, MN – Varsity Theatre
June 21 – Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
June 22 – Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
June 23 – Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
June 25 – Detroit, MI – Crofoot Ballroom
June 26 – Toronto, ON – Phoenix Theatre
June 27 – Montreal, QC – La Tulipe
June 28 – Portland, ME – Port City Music Hall
June 29 – Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
June 30 – Wilton, CT – Trackside
July 2 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza
July 3 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts
July 5 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony
July 6 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
July 7 – Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar
July 9 – Cleveland, OH – Peabody’s
July 10 – Columbus, OH – A&R Bar
July 11 – Nashville, TN – 3rd & Lindsley
July 12 – Birmingham, AL – Workplay
July 13 – Atlanta, GA – The Loft
July 14 – Jacksonville, FL – Freebird
July 16 – Orlando, FL – Beachum Theatre
July 18 – New Orleans, LA – House of Blues
July 19 – Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s
July 20 – Austin, TX – The Parish
July 21 – Dallas, TX – Trees
July 24 – Denver, CO – The Summit Music Hall
July 26 – Tucson, AZ – The Rock
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REVIEW: Victory’s debut album “Victory Is Music” brings a little neon VHS retro to the party

‘Victory Is Music’ Track Listing:

1. Bad Man
2. This, That or This
3. Play It
4. Woman
5. Soothing Me So
6. Straight Line
7. Lazy Art
8. System Strange
9. Records
10. Dirty Jeans

Victory is the music project of Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist Robert Fleming who produces new songs that are at once fresh, familiar and focused.  ‘Demonstrations’ was the first offering from Victory, a 7-song EP self-released in September 2011 and his first full length is set to see the light in April 23rd, 2013.  Victory crafts a sound that is both a throw-back to psychedelic 60’s British rock as well as an homage to today’s thriving independent music scene.

In his freshman debut, Fleming comes out of the gate with a consistent release that is a unique approach to pop rock. With a gravelly blues tone in his voice, Victory’s mastermind brings a definitive swagger and charisma to his thumping party starters. Take for example his singe “Play It”, which was featured in a Cadillac XTS commercial. It’s got the vibe of a party-hopping late night bender fueled by the energy of gritty synth bass lines and LCD Soundsystem-esque vocal chanting.

There is something slightly retro, slightly Atari 2600, slightly Betamax, yet strikingly current about Victory’s style. Rhythmically there is a high level of sophistication present, and the percussive arrangements and production are distinctly modern in there approach. The album Victory Is Music as a whole is definitely an energetic ride throughout, stylistically maintaining a gritty blues electro pop vibe. Overall this is a strong entry for this LA-based newcomer who finds beauty in the everyday noise of the city, and art in the conflict of the day.

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REVIEW: The new Eric and Magill release Two Travelers is a testament to beauty in global collaboration

Globetrotters Eric and Magill have created an interesting new collection of music on their new EP Two Travelers. Ryan Weber and Eric Osterman are a testament that distance is no barrier to making beautiful music. Weber is in the Peace Corps in Kenya, while Osterman is settled in Brooklyn. With little more than Wi-Fi and laptops, they’ve developed a collaborative relationship across time zones and continents.

From the opener, “Tangled Up In Nets”, you can tell there is something unique about this music. Amidst a glimmering electro pop rock backdrop, they somberly and delicately deliver a mouthful of echo laden lyrics dealing with the potentially mind bending concept of universal interconnectivity. However, their song writing chops are so on point that they can lull you peacefully into their world of indelible cosmic melodies without you realizing the gravity of their lyrics.

Vocally the work on this EP is diverse, and there are times of distinct two-part harmonies and also times of vocal singularity. Both work to deliver the band’s lyrical message in coherence with their eclectic instrumentation and swirling pop rock rhythms. The lyrical delivery ranges from energetically urgent to discreetly whispering, and stays aesthetically relevant throughout. They have crafted a number of gems in true pop rock fashion and format, while at the same time peppering the soup with little surprises throughout.

Originally from Milwaukee, they first played together in Camden, an indie favorite with shoegaze flavor. After only a handful of EPs and one stellar full-length – the gorgeous Reel Time Canvas, produced by Chris Walla (Death Cab for Cutie) – they disbanded while on the brink of bigger things. After they disbanded, Osterman followed his heart to Michigan and Weber enlisted Camden alum William Seidel to form the indie-folk outfit Decibully while moonlighting with The Promise Ring. The two friends drifted apart as you do when life happens, but not so far that they couldn’t easily fall in with each other again.

In 2007, Weber took up a teaching post in Armenia for a year; it was in this faraway place where he began the initial sketches of a new project. Reaching out to Osterman was a natural step; writing together again was a matter of exchanging tracks over email. Taking the concept one step further, they invited myriad friends to participate, including members of ShearwaterDirty Projectors, Owen and a slew of hometown heroes like MaritimeHey Mercedes, and The Championship. The resulting record, All Those I Know, is a dream-pop composition marked at times by lush reverb and at others, by delicate folk melodies. Released first as a free download in the late winter of 2010, it was pressed in limited-edition vinyl (Ten Atoms) the following summer.

Forever traveling, in 2011 Weber joined the Peace Corps in Kenya while Osterman relocated to Brooklyn. Apart from the inherent challenges of place, little had changed in their creative process. Still the laptops, the Internet connection, the revolving cast of musicians – this time including (amongst others) members of The DelgadosSnailhouse, and Faunts. Night Singers builds on the framework of All Those I Know, building upon the band’s hallmark vocals flush with reverb. The end result is an album full of glittering, hushed moments juxtaposed against electro-pop gems.

The coming year will see the release of Night Singers (May) preceded by an EP, the aptly titled Two Travelers. At times reassuringly uplifting while at others worrisome and haunting, Two Travelers is the culminating creative outpouring of two individuals traversing the ever-changing simultaneous multiplicity of our modern landscape.

Praise For Eric And Magill:

“Aided by a sizeable supporting cast that includes members of Dirty Projectors, Shearwater, and Headlights, Decibully’s Ryan Weber and pal Eric Osterman have focused their electronic-folk project Eric & Magill on rectifying the divide between simple, earnest, nostalgic folk-rock and highly polished, manipulated pop..” — A.V Club

“I became instantly hooked to every note, every harmonic hum, and every cavernous sung word. “ — Tympanogram

“From it’s colorful and sweeping soundscapes down to it’s quiet whispers, ‘All Those I Know’ is an undeniably gorgeous record that will have you captivated from start to finish. Imagine that you’re on a road trip with your best friend, have a light conversation and enjoying the afternoon sun… ” –Sloucher

“lustrous bedroom pop and atmospheric folk” — Express Milwaukee

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‘Two Travellers’ EP Track Listing:

1. Tangled Up In Nets
2. Take On Too Much
3. I Feel Your Pain
4. Don’t Worry
5. Carried Away
6. Super Oso (Same Starry Sky)

Before You Exit Announce The Resolution Tour 2013: Live in Pittsburgh Feb 8

The pop/rock trio, know as Before You Exit, have announced that they will be joining Action Item’s ‘The Resolution Tour’ kicking off on January 4th, 2013. These young pop-rockers combine catchy hooks, charm, with the great musicianship to make an adorable group you will be seeing everywhere in 2013! See full tour dates below and watch the bands’ video announcement here:

The Orlando-based band began a few years ago with brothers Connor McDonough, 19, (Vocals/Guitar) and Riley McDonough, 17, (Vocals), only recently did the band bring in younger brother Toby McDonough, 14, on vocals. The trio gigs live augmented by Thomas Silvers (Drums) and Braiden Wood (Guitar). Unlike many bands of brothers, Oasis and The Black Crowes come to mind, the trio work harmoniously. “We actually get along really well. We all have our thing and work in categories by preference,” Connor says. “I write vocal melodies, Riley writes lyrics, and Toby helps with both. There are never fights because each of us can do our own thing, but also contribute to each other.”

Set to release their brand new EP in February 2013, the three brothers have crafted a soaring pop rock album of uplifting relationship songs that effortlessly blend sharp hooks with bright and buoyant rock. The album standout and first single, “I Like That”, is a tune with tenderly romantic lyrics and big pop-rock beat. Ryan Daly and Anthony Improgo, along with Connor McDonough, produced the new album. “They really listened to what we wanted to do and let us try out our ideas, no matter how crazy,” Connor says laughing. “Because of that, we feel really connected to the way the recording turned out,” Riley adds.

Before You Exit released their debut EP, Letting Go, in March 2011, which has been critically acclaimed by the likes of MTV, J-14, Seventeen, Just Jared, just to name a few. After the release, the band has been gaining great buzz from touring in support of Allstar Weekend and All Time Low.

Conjuring up the optimism in the band’s name-inspired by the sentiment “make a difference before you exit”- the band works daily to make their way to the top but they never fail to stop and appreciate what has got them thus far. “There’s no way we’d be anywhere without our incredible fans. They are behind us every step of the way and are a huge piece of this band,” states youngest brother, Toby. In light of the many short lived and fly by night artists, this young, singer/songwriting, brother driven band, is one to be around for a while.

Resolution Tour Dates:
w/ Action Item, Hello Highway & Paradise Fears on all dates
& Special Guests: Max Schneider, Outasight, Deleasa & GOLDHOUSE on certain dates.

Fri/Jan-04 Boston, MA Brighton Bar*
Sat/Jan-05 New York, NY Gramercy Theatre*
Sun/Jan-06 Philadelphia, PA TLA*
Tue/Jan-08 Washington, DCU St Music Hall
Wed/Jan-09 Greensboro, NC Greene St Club
Fri/Jan-11 Pompano Beach, FL Rocketown
Sat/Jan-12 Tampa, FL Orpheum
Sun/Jan-13 Orlando, FL The Social
Tue/Jan-15 Atlanta, GA The Loft
Wed/Jan-16 Nashville, TN Mercy Lounge
Fri/Jan-18 Dallas, TX Prophet Bar
Sat/Jan-19 Houston, TX House of Blues
Sun/Jan-20 Austin, TX Stubb’s Jr
Wed/Jan-23 Mesa, AZ Nile Theatre^
Thu/Jan-24 San Diego, CA SOMA^
Fri/Jan-25 W. Hollywood, CA The Roxy^
Sat/Jan-26 Anaheim, CA Chain Reaction^
Sun/Jan-27 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades^
Tue/Jan-29 Salt Lake City, UT Kilby Court
Thu/Jan-31 Minneapolis, MN Triple Rock~
Fri/Feb-01 Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge~
Sat/Feb-02 St. Louis, MO Fubar~
Tue/Feb-05 Grand Rapids, MI Pyramid Scheme
Wed/Feb-06 Cleveland, OH The Spot at Case Western
Thu/Feb-07 Columbus, OH The Basement
Fri/Feb-08 Pittsburgh, PA Altar Bar
Sat/Feb-09 Detroit, MI Pike Room @ Crofoot
Sun/Feb-10 Toronto, ON Annex Wreckroom
Tue/Feb-12 Montreal, QC La Sala Rosa
Wed/Feb-13 Danbury, CT Heirloom Theatre#
Fri/Feb-15 Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock#
Sat/Feb-16 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony#

* w/ Deleasa
^ w/ Max Schneider
~ w/ GOLDHOUSE
# w/ Outasight