This is turning out to be a great summer, as we recently returned from Europe where we played some amazing festivals, such as Rock Am Ring and Rock Im Park in Germany, and the Download Festival in the UK. Those shows were amazing, and we can’t wait to get back over there.

Right now we are back on the road again, this time touring through the summer with the band Saving Abel throughout the US and Canada. American Bang and Taddy Porter are also on the bill. We’re having a great time with all the bands on this tour. We just finished a short run of Canadian dates, and we are now working our way down the west coast of the US.

We’ll be covering a good portion of the US on this leg of the tour, so check our tour dates to see if we are rolling through your city. Now that our debut album, “Tear The World Down” has been out for a couple months now, it is amazing to see so many of you out there in the audience singing along to the songs, knowing every word. This makes us so happy, as we are so very proud of this album. If you haven’t picked up your copy yet, you can grab it at most major outlets such as WalMart, BestBuy, and also digital stores like Amazon and iTunes.

For those of you who are all asking what our next single will be… We will be making that announcement soon, so stay tuned! In the meantime, check out our tour dates, and we’ll see you at one of our shows!

Tour Dates

7/27 George’s Majestic Lounge – Fayetteville, AR

7/28 Sammy T’s Music Hall – Huntsville AL

8/01 The Rock – Maplewood, MN

8/03 Tom Dick and Harry’s – Green Bay, WI

8/04 Val Air Ballroom West – Des Moines, IA

8/05 Whiskey Tango – Omaha, NE

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