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


Top 25 Albums of 2020

The Top 25 Albums of 2020

When the going gets tough, artists create art. Despite a world reckoning outside our quarantined doors, musicians relentlessly created new music giving birth to genre-defining releases and, despite a year spent indoors, a marked 2020 full of passion and fervor. Here are our Top 25 albums of 2020.


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Droning On

The world came to a halt in 2020, but London-based Drones trudged on, giving a voice to the hurt that circulates with (or without) a pandemic: "You shouldn’t underestimate the power of writing things down or literally speaking them out loud, which I’m learning. I’m glad I made these songs, no matter how personal they are."


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