Beartooth’s debut album, Disgusting, came out this summer, and the band spent their days touring with Warped Tour. As they usher in fall, they hitting us with a new music video for their song, “The Lines,” which is on the Disgusting album and is a visual display of “Smashing Stuff in Slow Motion.” Drew Russ directed the video.

The band will be joining Vanna, Sirens & Sailors, Sylar, and Alive Like Me starting in October, as well. Dates:

  • 10/3 Chicago, IL @ The Beat Kitchen
  • 10/5 Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck Bar
  • 10/6 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium (Upstairs)
  • 10/7 Philadelphia, PA @ The Barbary
  • 10/8 New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
  • 10/9 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
  • 10/10 Richmond, VA @ The Canal Club
  • 10/11 Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theater
  • 10/12 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
  • 10/14 Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
  • 10/15 Orlando, FL @ Backbooth
  • 10/17 Houston, TX @ Walter’s Downtown
  • 10/18 Dallas, TX @ The Door
  • 10/19 San Antonio, TX @ Backstage Live
  • 10/21 Mesa, AZ @ Nile Theatre
  • 10/22 San Diego, CA @ Soma Sidestage
  • 10/23 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
  • 10/24 Sacramento, CA @ Assembly Music Hall
  • 10/26 Murray, UT @ Murray Theater
  • 10/28 Denver, CO @ The Marquis Theater
  • 10/30 St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
  • 10/31 Columbus, OH @ The Basement

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