This week’s New Sounds also features Cage the Elephant, Soccer Mommy, and Josh Ritter.
Two-track EP also features take on Paul Westerberg’s “AAA”.
James Alex’s stripped-down side project drops its debut LP on May 18th.
Beach Slang’s James Alex announces debut album as Quiet Slang, shares new version of “Dirty Cigarettes”: Stream
Everything Matters But No One is Listening is out in May.
In support of their upcoming album, Crooked Shadows.
Emo rock veterans will be joined by opening act Beach Slang.
Plus, Alex gives us an exclusive Track by Track breakdown of the EP.
Jawbreaker, New Order, Paramore, and M.I.A. keep Chicago riotous.
Two Beach Slang songs and songs by The Replacements and Big Star are reimagined with just cello and piano.
Fans who pre-order tickets have the chance to purchase a limited-edition 7-inch featuring two previously unreleased tracks.
From Beach Slang to Sir the Baptist, Las Vegas will sound great in November.
Jawbreaker, Nine Inch Nails, and Queens of the Stone Age most definitely predict a riot.