I’m not usually a fan of music videos that simply feature a band playing a song all the way through, but ’68‘s video for “Track 5” keeps the performance interesting. It’s one of the best videos in this style I’ve seen in a long while. The song is off their debut album, In Humor and Sadness, out now through eOne Music/Good Fight Entertainment.

The band recently got added onto a tour supporting Stick To Your Guns and The Amity Affliction. This tour takes place after their current spot opening for Anberlin’s final tour.

’68 w/ Anberlin

  • 11/21 Charlotte, NC at The Fillmore Charlotte
  • 11/22 Atlanta, GA at Center Stage
  • 11/24 Fort Lauderdale, FL at Revolution
  • 11/25 St. Petersburg, FL at Jannus Landing
  • 11/26 Lake Buena Vista, FL at House Of Blues

’68 w/ Stick To Your Guns and The Amity Affliction

  • 02/13 – Sacramento, CA at Ace of Spades
  • 02/14 – Salt Lake City, UT at In the Venue
  • 02/15 – Denver, CO at Marquis Theatre
  • 02/17 – Chicago, IL at The Bottom Lounge
  • 02/18 – Detroit, MI at Magic Stick
  • 02/19 – Toronto, ON at Mod Club
  • 02/20 – Montreal, QC at Paradox Theatre
  • 02/21 – Worcester, MA at The Palladium
  • 02/22 – New York, NY at Gramercy Theatre
  • 02/23 – Albany, NY at Bogie’s
  • 02/24 – Philadelphia, PA at TLA
  • 02/25 – Greensboro, NC at Cone Denim Center
  • 02/26 – Atlanta, GA at The Masquerade
  • 02/27 – Tampa, FL at The Orpheum
  • 02/28 – Jacksonville, FL at Underbelly
  • 03/02 – San Antonio, TX at Korova
  • 03/03 – Houston, TX at Walter’s
  • 03/04 – Dallas, TX at The Door
  • 03/05 – Albuquerque, NM at Launchpad
  • 03/06 – Phoenix, AZ at Nile Theatre
  • 03/08 – San Diego, CA at Soma


The Undertaking 2021

Quite The Undertaking

Frenzied. Chaotic. Punk. The Undertaking!, San Diego's newest wild bunch, is about to release their debut album, and, if their live show is a premonition of any kind, the world will be opening up to one heck of a party with them. Contributing writer Andrew Voigt talks to vocalist Austin Visser about the band's new album, the reality of their music, and how they've been able to embrace their creative freedom.


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