My Epic’s new album, Viscera, will hit stores this May, but the band recently released a new track, “Memoir,” from the album. The lyric video represents the second single from the EP. The Charlotte-based band will be on tour to support the release April 29-May 21, including a performance at Facedown Fest on May 14.

  • Apr 29 – Lynchburg, VA @ The Glasshouse w/ Household, Attalus
  • May 1 – Columbus, OH @ Double Happiness
  • May 2 – Indianapolis, IN @ Hoosier Dome
  • May 3 – Nashville, TN @ The End
  • May 4 – Springfield, MO @ Outland Ballroom
  • May 5 – Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective
  • May 7 – San Antonio, TX @ Korova
  • May 8 – Dallas, TX @ The Prophet Bar
  • May 9 – Abilene, TX @ Park Activity Building
  • May 10 – Albuquerque, NM @ The Co-Op
  • May 12 – Tempe, AZ @ FiftyOne West w/ Rival Choir, Poured Out
  • May 14 – Pomona, CA @ The Glasshouse – FACEDOWN FEST Tickets
  • May 17 – Houston, TX @ Walters
  • May 19 – Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theater
  • May 20 – Ringgold, GA @ Cloud Springs Deli
  • May 21 – McLeansville, NC @ Urgent Church

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