Their full album doesn’t come out until October, but recently their lyric video for “Calloused,” from said album, is available now. Jam it here!

The band will be joining Fit For a King on tour this fall. Dates below!

09/26 Fort Worth, TX – Rail Club (with For Today) (no Fit For A King)
09/27 El Paso, TX – Tricky Falls
09/28 Tucson, AZ – The Rock
09/29 Canoga Park, CA – Cobalt Cafe
09/30 Fresno, CA – Strummer’s
10/01 Sacramento, CA – Assembly
10/02 Reno, NV – The Alley
10/03 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
10/04 Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
10/05 Spokane, WA – The Hop
10/07 Colorado Springs, CO – Black Sheep
10/08 Oklahoma City, OK – The Conservatory
10/09 Memphis, TN – Hi Tone Cafe
10/10 Nashville, TN – Rocketown
10/11 Charleston, SC – Skatepark of Charleston (‘Rocktober Fest‘)
10/12 Jacksonville, FL – Murray Hill Theatre
10/13 Tallahassee, FL – Sidebar Theatre
10/14 Birmingham, AL – The Forge
10/16 Roanoke, VA – InsideOut
10/17 Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar
10/18 Buffalo, NY – The Waiting Room
10/19 Columbus, OH – Skully’s
10/20 Grand Rapids, MI – The Stache
10/21 Detroit, MI – The Shelter
10/22 Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen (no Fit For A King)
10/23 Indianapolis, IN – The Emerson Theater
10/24 St. Louis, MO – Fubar
10/25 Lawrence, KS – The Jackpoq

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