Entries tagged with: Daylight
by Andrew Sacher
Ann Arbor, MI four-piece Pity Sex may have ties to the emo scene (they're about to tour with The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die and they're on Run for Cover Records), but their new album, Feast of Love, which is due out on June 25, is straight up shoegaze/dream pop in the realm of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, and it may very well win over fans of that scene. No music has been revealed from the new album yet, but you can check out a video of them playing one of its songs, "Drown Me Out," along with "Coca Cola" from 2012's Dark World EP at Brooklyn's Suburbia this past October along with a stream of the whole of that EP, below.
Pity Sex are about to wrap up a tour with Run, Forever which hits Long Island tonight (5/20) for a show at Zebra Club in Copiague, NY, and in June they'll kick off that tour with The World Is A Beautiful Place and Dads which hits Brooklyn on July 20 at Suburbia. Daylight are on that show and a few others too.
UPDATE: The band just released the first single from the record, "Wind Up," which you can listen to below (via Stereogum).
All dates are listed, along with that video, below...
by Andrew Sacher
The Jealous Sound at Terminal 5 in 2009 (more by Kurt Christensen)
Emo vets The Jealous Sound have been doing a good amount of touring this year, following the release of their comeback album, A Gentle Reminder. The new album hasn't fully captured the spirit of their 2003 debut but it's a solid return that shows the band have aged well and it's been great to see them back and spending a lot of time on the road.
They'll spend even more time on the road this winter, opening for the much newer emo band Balance and Composure, who fit in better when they toured with Circa Survive. Daylight is also on the tour. It culminates in NYC at Bowery Ballroom on February 24. Tickets for that show are not on sale yet but check ticketmaster for updates.
A list of all dates, the tour flier, and a stream of The Jealous Sound's 2012 LP, A Gentle Reminder, below...