If you're anxious to hear tunes from Yellowcard's upcoming album, you're going to have to catch the band on tour.
The pop-punk band is letting fans get a sneak peak of some of its new tunes on the road while also continuing to play songs from its July 2003 release, Ocean Avenue.
Yellowcard's is set to release its new but still untitled record on January 24th, but the disc's first single, "Lights and Sounds," will be released to radio on November 15th. The concept album, based on the band's extreme distaste for L.A., follows the story of a Ms. Holly Wood and her experiences in the city.
Besides "Lights and Sounds," other tracks include, "Space Travel," "Sure Thing Falling," and "Two Weeks From Twenty."
But if you can't wait till then, the band is touring all over Canada÷ oh÷ right now:
September 14, Toronto, ON - Phoenix Concert Theatre
September 15, Guelph, ON - Club Denim
September 17, North Bay, ON - The Wall
September 19, Thunder Bay, ON - Community Auditorium
September 20, Winnipeg, MB - Burton Cummings Theatre
September 21, Saskatoon, SK - Prarieland Park
September 22, Regina, SK - Doris Knight Hall
September 23, Edmonton, AB - Red's
September 24, Calgary, AB - MacEwan Hall
September 26, Vancouver, BC - Croatian Cultural Centre
Writer: Michelle Garcia