At The Wayside’s Self-Titled Red Cord Records Debut Out Today

Christian pop-punkers At The Wayside has just released their Red Cord Records debut self-titled album. The band, formerly known as Alakrity, recorded the ten tracks featured at JTW Studios and they were produced by Joel Wanasek. As Alakrity the band released a 2007 EP entitled You Are Here and a 2008 full-length Whatever Happened To Good TV? while having their music featured on MTV’s The Real World and E! Network’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians. At The Wayside has toured frequently and will be heading out on their CD release tour later this fall.

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