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Dropkick Murphys Release Video for New Single, “UNTIL THE NEXT TIME”

As they prepare for the launch of their From Boston to Berkeley Tour, Dropkick Murphys released a new music video yesterday for “Until Next Time.” The single comes from the band’s most recent record, 11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory. The song is a change of pace for the Boston punk band — a slowed down jam which evokes a closing-time bar sing-a-long among friends. The video showcases excited fans as well as fun behind the scenes clips of the band touring. A masterful kazoo solo proceeds the start of the song in the (strangely fitting) opening clip, embracing the lighthearted and intimate vibe of the song. Check out the video for Until Next Time below.

From today’s press release:

In the midst of European festivals and headlining shows, Dropkick Murphys have released a video for “Until The Next Time,” from their 11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory album.

Dropkick Murphys’ Ken Casey explains, “The music video for ‘Until The Next Time’ was directed by our longtime friend and amazing photographer Gregory Nolan during our 11 Short Stories of Pain & Glory Tour in both Europe and the U.S. This song is about our relationship with YOU, the best fans on the planet. It’s about the memories and the great friends we’ve made along the way…about the pleasure of coming to so many cities that we feel we can almost call home, and the bittersweet moments of having to say goodbye and move on to the next town every night.”

According to drummer Matt Kelly, “Until The Next Time” is “a song about having to put the good times on hold temporarily. We were glad to come, so sad to go, so while we’re here we’ll have us a real good time! See you out on the ice!”

Gregory Nolan, tour videographer and director of the video said, “There are two kinds of shots I love with the Dropkicks: hijinks between band members and moments of connection between the band and fans. The awesome thing about putting together this music video is that I got to shape the story that puts these relationships at the center, with music as the method of connection. It’s the perfect song to celebrate the good times, and to get the sense that the friendships we share will always come back around again.”

Dropkick MurphysAl Barr, Tim Brennan, Ken Casey, Jeff DaRosa, Matt Kelly, James Lynch—return to the U.S. in July for their co-headlining From Boston To Berkeley Tour with Rancid.The month-long trek kicks off July 27 in Bangor, ME and wraps August 26 at the It’s Not Dead festival in San Bernardino, CA, near Los Angeles. Each night of the tour will culminate with Rancid and Dropkick Murphys on stage together for a joint encore.

The Bouncing Souls and Jake Burns open the July 27 – August 9 shows and The Selecter and Kevin Seconds open from August 11 – 26.

Tickets are on sale now at www.DropkickMurphys.com.

Rancid and Dropkick Murphys have a long and important history together. Back in 1997, Rancid’s Lars Frederiksen came across a copy of Dropkick Murphys’ original EP at a friend’s house. He turned it over to his bandmate and Hellcat Records president Tim Armstrong, who quickly snatched up the band for his new label.

Dropkick Murphys are touring in support of their 11 Short Stories Of Pain & Gloryalbum, released through the band’s own Born & Bred Records earlier this year. The album debuted at #8 on the Billboard Top 200 and was the #1 independently released album. There’s a feeling of purpose throughout the album, influenced by the band’s work with The Claddagh Fund, a charity the band established in 2009 to help support addiction recovery as well as children’s and veterans’ organizations. Dropkick Murphys are hands-on in raising funds, mentoring, and lending a helping hand with veterans, youth sports, and drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Many of the songs reflect these experiences, and the band’s sadness, anger and dismay at the opiate epidemic ravaging the country – in particular, Boston and New England — and also their feeling of pride and optimism at the sight of those who have turned their lives around.Dropkick Murphys have become ambassadors for their city. In Boston, it seems like everybody knows someone connected to the band whether by blood, friendship, or the time they shared a brew at a Bruins game. They’ve built a legacy that does Beantown proud.

Current Dropkick Murphys tour dates are as follows:

European Tour Dates

6/23/17 – Grafenhainichen, Germany – With Full Force

6/25/17 – Pilton, UK – Glastonbury Festival

6/26/17 – Nottingham, UK – Nottingham Rock City

6/27/17 – Dunfermline, UK – Alhambra Theatre

6/28/17 – Liverpool, UK – O2 Academy

6/29/17 – Bournemouth, UK – O2 Academy

7/1/17 – Munster, Germany – Vainstream Rockfest

7/2/17 – Werchter, Germany – Rock Werchter

7/3/17 – Saint-Etienne, France – Le Fil

7/4/17 – Zurich, Switzerland – Volkhaus

7/6/17 – Lugo, Spain – Resurrection Festival

7/8/17 – Belfort, France – Les Eurockeennes de Belfort

7/9/17 – Weert, Netherlands – Bospop

7/11/17 – Milan, Italy – Carroponte

7/14/17 – Carhaix-Plouguer, France – Festival Des Vielles Charrues

7/16/17 – Dublin, Ireland – The Iveagh Gardens

 

From Boston To Berkeley Tour With Rancid & Dropkick Murphys

7/27/17 – Bangor, ME – Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion

7/28/17 – Montreal, QC – Montreal ’77 Festival

7/29/17 – Toronto, ON – Echo Beach

7/30/17 – Cleveland, OH – Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

7/31/17 – Sterling Heights, MI  – Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill

8/2/17 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE

8/3/17  – Philadelphia, PA – Festival Pier

8/4/17 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Summer Stage

8/5/17 – Boston / Brockton, MA – Brockton Fairgrounds

8/6/17 – Brooklyn, NY – Ford Amphitheatre at Coney Island Boardwalk

8/8/17 – Chicago, IL – Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

8/9/17 – Milwaukee, WI – BMO Harris Pavilion

8/11/17 – Denver, CO – Sculpture Park

8/12/17 – Salt Lake City, UT – Saltair

8/13/17 – Nampa, ID – Idaho Center Amphitheatre

8/15/17 – Vancouver, BC – Thunderbird Arena

8/16/17 – Seattle, WA – WaMu Theater at Century Link Field Events Center

8/18/17 – San Luis Obispo, CA – Avila Beach

8/19/17 – Sacramento, CA – Memorial Auditorium

8/20/17 – Berkeley, CA – The Greek

8/22/17 – Chandler / Phoenix, AZ – Rawhide Event Center

8/24/17 – San Diego, CA – Petco Park, Park At The Park

8/25/17 – Las Vegas, NV – Downtown Las Vegas Events Center

8/26/17 – San Bernardino, CA – Glen Helen Amphitheater, It’s Not Dead Festival

 

For more information on Dropkick Murphys, visit:

Website: www.dropkickmurphys.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/DropkickMurphys

Twitter: https://twitter.com/DropkickMurphys

Instagram: @dropkickmurphys

YouTube: www.youtube.com/dropkickmurphys

San Diego’s Killing The Messenger Kick Off Tour Later this Month

San Diego, CA metalcore staples Killing The Messenger will be touring this summer with special guests Avoid and Redeem/Revive. The tour kicks off June 24 and runs through July 8. See dates/cities below.

Killing The Messenger’s latest LP “Fuel To The Fire” is out now and available on all major digital platforms. The album serves as the follow-up to their widely successful self-released “What Matter Most”, which brought the band to the forefront of the San Diego metal scene, earning them a spot as a top draw since it’s release in 2014.

Dates:

6/24/17 – Bremerton, WA – The Charleston
6/25/17 – Seattle, WA – El Corazon
6/26/17 – Roseburg, OR – Funktion
6/27/17 – Chico, CA – TBA
6/28/17 – Fresno, CA – TBA
6/29/17 – Upland, CA – Gideon’s Hall
6/30/17 – San Diego, CA – SOMA San Diego
7/02/17 – Tempe, AZ – 51 West
7/03/17 – Albuquerque, NM – The Co-Op
7/04/17 – Pueblo, CO – Bull Frogs Bar & Grill
7/06/17 – Colorado Springs, CO – Black Sheep
7/07/17 – Salt Lake City, UT – Nirvana
7/08/18 – Elko, NV – Silver Dollar

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“Fuel To The Fire” video

“Savior” video

Emily Bell & The Talkbacks Are Coming to LA Next Month For Summer Tour

Emily Bell & The Talkbacks will be heading out on tour this summer. The tour kicks off in San Antonio, TX and continues throughout the west including cities like Las Vegas, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Austin. Check out the full list of tour dates below –

Emily Bell & The Talkbacks recently released their new EP Kali on April 21st, 2017. The 5-song EP is packed with unapologetic female anthems, each with its own message of empowerment. To quote Lemonade Magazine “This epic 5-song EP is a nonstop emotional bombshell.” Fans can now stream Kali on Spotify or download from Apple Music, here.

The explosive music video for “Can’t Talk Back” was released earlier this year. Fans can watch it now here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjCLhWz4iJ8

Over the past few years, alt-rock artist Emily Bell has been on a path of glorious destruction, moving away from industry artistic paradigms to follow the music yelling at her from within. Kali, is in reference to the Hindu Goddess of Destruction. Like its moniker suggests, Kali is a boldly expressive release. Impose Magazine calls the EP “an album of five ferocious rock n’ roll tunes from one of Texas’ most talented songwriters.”

Bell’s debut, In Technicolor, garnered rave reviews from press and radio. In Austin, she was awarded “Best New Artist” by the Austin Music Awards. Select highlights during that album cycle include performances at SXSW, CMJ, and Float Fest.

Upcoming Shows
July 20th – San Antonio, TX @ The Mix
July 21st – El Paso, TX @ The Perch at Tricky Falls
July 22nd – Scottsdale, AZ @ Rogue Bar
July 26th – Las Vegas, NV @ Beauty Bar
July 27th – San Diego, CA @ Bar Pink
July 29th – Fresno, CA @ Tioga Sequoia
July 30th – San Francisco, CA @ Hotel Utah
July 31st – Los Angeles, CA @ School Night @ Bardot
August 4th – Seattle, WA @ Funhouse
August 5th – Boise, ID @ Reef
August 7th – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
August 8th – Denver, CO @ Lost Lake Lounge
August 10th – Dallas, TX @ Double Wide
August 11th – Austin, TX @ Stubb’s Jr.

Follow Emily Bell & The Talkbacks:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EmilyBellMusic/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/emilybellmusic
Instagram: http://instagram.com/emilybellmusic

Swervedriver Performing ‘Raise’ and ‘Mezcal Head’ Albums In Entirety For The First Time In North America

Tour Begins September 7th
Tickets On Sale Friday June 9th 10am ET
Go To Swervedriver.com For Details
In 2013, Swervedriver performed their debut album, Raise, in its entirety in Australia and the UK and then went on to record the band’s highly acclaimed fifth album, I Wasn’t Born To Lose You, released in March 2015. This September, Adam Franklin, Jimmy Hartridge, Mikey Jones and Mick Quinn will be reprising the performance of Raise shows – for the first time in the USA – but with one large difference: they will also be performing their much loved second album, Mezcal Head, from front-to-back. The show will comprise of two sets. A new (sixth) album has been penciled in for a 2018 release – stay tuned for more details.

 

NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES:
September 7th – Chicago, IL – Metro
September 8th – Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace
September 9th – Allston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
September 10th – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
September 11th – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
September 12th – Washington D.C. –  Black Cat
September 14th – Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
September 15th – Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
September 16th – Orlando, FL – The Social
September 17th – New Orleans, LA – Siberia
September 18th – Dallas, TX – Trees
September 19th – Austin, TX – 3Ten Austin City Limits Live
September 21st – Tucson, AZ – 191 Toole
September 22nd – San Diego, CA – Casbah
September 23rd – San Francisco, CA  – Bimbo’s 365 Club
September 24th – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom

 

TIMMY’S ORGANISM “Eating Colors” Album Out September 15th on DMT Records, On Tour With Black Lips This Month

Since setting the scuzz-punk gutter a blaze with the first 1997 release of the EPILEPTIX, then the increasingly influential (and downright killer) crew, the CLONE DEFECTS and HUMAN EYE!  In the last 20 years , Detroit’s TIMMY VULGAR has continued to release obscure-o, underdog music. Backed up by two mental ward escapees, Jeff Giant and Blake “Bovver” Hill, this new record is heavy and mean. Raw-as-ever acid glam, punk, psych, stomp, rock’n’roll! Aware of the evil world around them, this is the soundtrack for the apocalypse! – Eric Davidson
 
TIMMY’S ORGANISM “Eating Colors” Album out September 15th on DMT Records (Detroit Magnetic Tape Company)
Also available on SCREAMERS RECORDS (France/Europe)
European Tour September 26th – October 17th
 
 
JUNE TOUR DATES (w/ BLACK LIPS):
 
6/13/17 w/ BLACK LIPS
Great American Music Hall
San Francisco, CA
6/14/17 w/ BLACK LIPS
The Holland Project
Reno, NV
6/15/17 w/ BLACK LIPS
Metro Music Hall
Salt Lake City, UT
6/16/17 w/ BLACK LIPS
Gothic Theatre
Denver, CO
6/17/17 w/ BLACK LIPS
Sister Bar
Albuquerque, NM
6/18/17 w/ BLACK LIPS
The Crescent Ballroom
Phoenix, AZ
6/20/17 w/ BLACK LIPS
The Observatory
Santa Ana, CA
6/21/17 w/ BLACK LIPS
Belly Up Tavern
Solana Beach, CA
6/22/17 w/ BLACK LIPS
The Regent Theater 
Los Angeles, CA
6/23/17 w/ BLACK LIPS
Pappy & Harriet’s
Pioneer Town, CA
 
“...colossal raw energy.Stereogum
“How has Timmy Lampinen escaped being a household name in households that love all types of grimy rock n roll? He’s been killing it since the 90’s with bands such as the Clone Defects, the prog leaning Human Eye and this band, which merges psyche, hard rock and proto-punk into one ripping sound.”New Noise Magazine
…”a magnetic frontman with a lengthy discography to his name.”Pitchfork
Watch the  ‘Back In The Dungeon‘ video, taken from ‘Heartless Heathen‘ (Third Man Records/2015)
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Sweet Crude Confirmed for BONNAROO and High Sierra Festival, Set to play Levitt Pavilion in Pasadena, CA June 23rd

Louisiana bilingual pop project, Sweet Crude, have added new dates in June and July to their headline tour. Additionally, the band is confirmed to play Bonnaroo, and High Sierra, among other festivals. A current list of cities they will hit can be found below. Tickets for all shows are on sale today and can be purchased at https://goo.gl/0j4eML

Sweet Crude recently released their new album Créatures through Rhyme & Reason Records on April 21st. It is now for purchase on vinyl and CD here and digitally here. Fans can also stream the album in full on Spotify.

Sweet Crude is a young 6-piece composed of New Orleans musicians creating a sound that sets English and Louisiana’s native French dialect to decidedly non-Cajun music. The band, boasting surnames like Marceaux and Chachere, seeks to reconnect with their lineage in the context of 5-part harmonies, tribal rhythms, and pop hooks.

Sweet Crude debuted in Spring 2013 and have hit the ground running. Music from their EP Super Vilaine can be heard in FX’s American Horror Story and the band has been receiving generous amounts of plays nationally and internationally on public, satellite and internet radio.  Sweet Crude has tested their frenetic sound on the road, packing venues across the country. They have been praised and featured with publications such as Consequence of Sound, Washington Post, Marie Claire, Brooklyn Vegan, FUSE, PopMatters, and more.

Upcoming Sweet Crude shows

June 10@ Hampton Park, Charleston, SC
June 11 @ Bonnaroo Music Festival – Manchester, TN
June 13 @ South On Main – Little Rock, AR
June 14 @ Spirits – Alexandria, LA
June 15 @ White Oak Music Hall: Upstairs – Houston, TX
June 16 @ The Rustic – Houston, TX
June 17 @ Solstice Festival – Austin, TX
June 20 @ Valley Bar – Phoenix, AZ
June 21 @ Soda Bar – San Diego, CA
June 23 @ Levitt Pavilion – Pasadena, CA
June 27 @ Lagunitas Brewing Company – Petaluma, CA
June 29 – 30 @ High Sierra Music Festival – Quincy, CA
July 9 @ Hartwood Acres – Pittsburgh, PA
July 11 @ World Café Live Downstairs – Philadelphia, PA
July 13 @ Summer Concerts on The Square – Storrs, CT
July 14 @ 3S Artspace – Portsmouth, NH – SOLD OUT
July 15 @ Celebrate Brooklyn! Performing Arts Festival – Brooklyn, NY
July 16 @ The Ballroom at Outer Space – Hamden, CT
July 18 @ Roxy & Dukes Roadhouse – Dunellen, NJ
July 19 @ Museum of Fine Arts – Concerts in The Courtyard – Boston, MA
July 20 @ Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY – SOLD OUT
July 21 @ Songbyrd – Washington, DC – SOLD OUT