There For Tomorrow will be heading out this fall with Hit The Lights, check them out in your town:
w/ Hit The Lights (HTL), Fireworks, Sparks the Rescue, This Time Next Year]
10/08 Toledo, OH – Frankie’s
10/09 Pontiac, MI – ilounge
10/10 Grand Rapids, MI – Mixtape Café
10/11 Chicago, IL – Subterranean
10/13 DeKalb, IL – The House Café
10/14 Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock
10/15 Des Moines, IA – House of Bricks
10/16 Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
10/17 Salt Lake City, UT – In The Venue
10/18 Boise, ID – The Venue
10/20 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
10/21 Portland, OR – Satyricon
10/22 San Francisco, CA – Bottom Of The Hill
[w/ HTL, Fireworks, Sparks the Rescue, I Rival]
10/23 Orangevale, CA – The Boardwalk
10/24 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
10/25 Hollywood, CA – Knitting Factory
10/27 San Diego, CA – Soma
10/28 Tucson, AZ – The Rock
10/30 Dallas, TX – The Door
10/31 San Antonio, TX – White Rabbit
11/01 McAllen, TX – McAllen Creative Incubator
11/03 Houston, TX – Meridian
11/04 Metairie, LA – The High Ground
[w/ HTL, Vinnie Caruana, Sparks the Rescue, I Rival]
11/07 Jacksonville, FL – Jack Rabbits
11/08 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room
11/10 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
11/11 Raleigh, NC – The Brewery
11/12 Richmond, VA – Canal Club
11/13 Baltimore, MD – Ottobar
11/14 Phila., PA – 1st Unitarian Church
11/15 Syracuse, NY – Lost Horizon
11/17 Allston, MA – Harper’s Ferry
11/18 NYC – Highline Ballroom
11/19 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance
11/20 S. Hackensack, NJ – School of Rock
11/21 Hartford, CT – Webster Theater
11/22 Buffalo, NY – Mohawk Place
11/23 Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar
11/24 Columbus, OH – The Basement
11/25 Cleveland Hts., OH – Grog Shop
For the latest and greatest visit their MySpace page: www.myspace.com/therefortomorrow
Our video of the week is from Sick Puppies for their song “You’re Going Down”
Their new album just came out this month and the band is currently on tour so check them out! You can also check out our recent interview with lead singer/guitarist Shimon Moore here.
With their first single “Champagne” off of their debut major label album “Bright Nights * Dark Days” Cavo has experienced some quick success, but getting to this point wasn’t an overnight affair for these guys. The band, together almost nine years, was rocking the St. Louis music scene long before hitting the airwaves with ‘Champagne.” None of it is taken for granted though, the band is relishing the moment and savoring each new opportunity that comes their way to share their music with the world.
The band went through a bit of a rebirth a few years ago when they lost one guitar player and bassist Brian Smith joined the band. The loss of one member allowed guitarist Chris Hobbs to take the lead role and really shine and the addition of Smith took the band’s sound to a whole new level. He gave them a shot of pure energy, a bit of new found aggression, and helped steer the band towards a more collaborative writing process where everyone is involved.
Currently rocking the second stage on the Crue Fest 2 tour the band jumped at the opportunity to get out there and reach out to new fans. Once Crue Fest 2 wraps up Cavo will be hooking up with Sick Puppies and Shinedown on the road and then on to an arena tour with Daughtry.
Lead singer Casey Walker recently took some time to talk to TWRY about their debut album, how he’s been inspired by Eddie Vedder as a musician, and the band’s next single!
Interviewed by: Mary Ouellette | August 2009
Reviewed by: Sally Feller
Jonas Bjerre: vocals and guitar
Bo Madsen: guitar
Silas Utke Graae Jorgensen
Danish indie alternative rock sensation Mew played to a packed Paradise Rock Club last Saturday and had the whole place dancing. Despite some sound issues that seemed to swallow Bjerre’s vocals, Mew kept the concert alive and kicking. Helping to pull together the ethereal feel of their music was a projector screen depicting some otherworldly, trippy visuals. I was vaguely reminded of Nine Inch Nails shows by the escapism element of the show…you really felt like you were being transported to some mythical place, a not altogether wholesome place, but one with dark caves and valleys amidst the utopian landscape. Mew also brought to my mind the likes of Sigur Ros, New Order, and a mix of “The Neverending Story” and Guilllermo del Toro-style movie soundtracks. Adding to the feeling of concert astral projection was Bjerre’s unnerving, but captivating voice.
Color me surprised to find that Mew’s music translates over to the American audience. That’s not to put down their sound, by any means (in fact, I’d argue that American listeners need to be jangled out of their musical comfort zone as often as possible), but I feel that it likely startles some listeners that are used to the typical alternative music they hear on their radio stations. However, the venue was full of an interesting mix of both Americans and Danes. The latter group holding their home flag up like a pride banner and singing every single word along with Bjerre. Their energy, combined of course with Mew’s electric performance, fed the more reclusive crowd of concert-going Americans.
Mew is currently on tour with Nine Inch Nails and Jane’s Addiction in Europe alongside doing their own tour to promote their latest album: No More Stories/Are Told Today/I’m Sorry/They Washed Away//No More Stories/The World Is Grey/I’m Tired/Let’s Wash Away. I didn’t make that title up, I swear. Crazy album title aside, Mew can count me in as a new fan. I highly suggest that if you find Mew coming to your town this summer/fall that you get your butt in line for tickets on their musical voyage.
Heaven & Hell
August 28, 2009
Bank of America Pavillion – Boston, MA
Photos by Mary Ouellette
We are happy to announce the launch of Weezer Radio today on the iheartradio application for the BlackBerry, iPhone and online at www.iheartradio.com! Weezer’s own Rivers Cuomo programs the station with some of his favorite songs, musical influences, interview segments with the band as well as Weezer music! This is a 24 hour a day radio channel available exclusively on iheartradio.
For more Weezer (including photos, music videos, an embeddable Weezer Radio widget and more) please visit: http://www.iheartradio.com/cc-common/news/sections/special/weezer.html
The Foo Fighters have announced they will release their first ever greatest hits compilation titled Foo Fighters Greatest Hits on November 3 on Roswell/RCA.
Foo Fighters Greatest Hits will feature two brand new tracks–“Wheels,” which made its live debut at President Obama and the USO’s July 4 barbeque at the White House honoring military heroes, and “Word Forward”–both recorded especially for this collection at the band’s own fabled 606 studio complex with producer Butch Vig. The new tracks will accompany “The Pretender,” “All My Life” and “Learn To Fly” and Foo favorites “Best Of You,” “Times Like These,” “My Hero, “Everlong” and more.
Our friends over at RUFKM.net recently hit up the bands on Crue Fest 2 with their “13 Stupid Questions” feature.
John Allen from Charm City Devils and Ryan Mccombs of Drowning Pool were game (and good sports!) Check them out for a giggle or two and tune into RUFKM.net regularly for additional “13 Stupid Questions”.
American Idols Tour 2009
(Featuring Adam Lambert, Allison Iraheta, Anoop Desai, Danny Gokey, Kris Allen, Lil Rounds, Matt Giraud, Megan Joy, Michael Sarver, and Scott MacIntyre)
August 24, 2009
Photos by Mary Ouellette