20,000 Ghosts,” was engineered and produced by Louie Lino (Nada Surf, Matt Pond PA), mastered by Alan Douches (Sufjan Stevens, Animal Collective) and features artwork from “Dark Was The Night” artist, Ryan Feerer. You can pre-order the album on The Rocketboys Merch Store;

Following the release of their album, the group will embark on a national tour. Dates can be found below.

Tour Dates:

9/23 Abilene, TX – ACU
9/24 Austin, TX – Stubb’s BBQ
9/25 Tyler, TX – Brewtones W/ The Ivoryline

w/ Dignan
10/7 Dallas, TX – Tree’s
10/8 Little Rock, AR – Sticky Fingerz
10/9 Memphis, TN – Young Avenue Deli
10/10 Next Big Nashville Festival
10/11 Carmel, IN – The Warehouse
10/13 Springfield, IL – Black Sheep Cafe
10/14 Champaign, IL – Canopy Club
10/15 Chicago, IL – Martyr’s
10/16 Toledo, OH – Frankie’s
10/17 Butler, PA – Catacombs
10/18 Hamden, CT – The Space
10/19 Boston, MA – PA’s Lounge
10/20 New York, NY
10/21 Philadelphia, PA
10/22 Washington DC – Red & Black
10/23 Charlotte, NC – Evening Muse
10/24 Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
10/25 Greenville, SC – The Channel
10/26 Atlanta, GA – Drunken Unicorn
10/27 Macon, GA
10/29 Mobile, AL
10/30 Alexandria, LA – Finnegan’s Wake

‘We Are A Lighthouse’  download links:

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Alternative link:

Artist Links: Official Myspace:


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