Upcoming Shows

The Story So Far

SOLD OUT!

The Story So Far

Man Overboard

/

Tonight Alive

/

Citizen

/

The American Scene

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Music Hall of Williamsburg

Doors: 6:00pm / Show: 7:00pm

Advance: $13 / Day of Show: $15

This event is 16+

Sold Out

The Story So Far

The Story So Far are the West Coast’s brightest star in pop punk. Based in San Francisco Bay Area’s East Bay the band has developed a rabid following, routinely running up and down the coast.
 
Under Soil And Dirtis the band’s debut full length. It follows up two highly acclaimed EPs, the most recent of which being a 7 inch split with Maker. While it’d be easy to lump TSSF in with some of the other pop punk bands making waves, Under Soil And Dirt pushes the band out of the conventional box.
 
While the album is catchy and full of melody it often tows the line between hardcore and hard rock all while clearly making a statement about the band’s punk rock leanings. The songs are honest, sincere, and emotional and the music behind the lyrics is as heavy as it is accessible. This is absolutely a definitive release for TSSF, the record just speaks for itself.

Man Overboard
Man Overboard

Man Overboard is an American pop punk band from New Jersey that began in 2008. Since then, they have released two EP's, an acoustic EP, a split with Boston pop punk band Transit, a compilation of old songs and two full length albums. Taking influence from such pop punk acts as Blink-182, Saves The Day and Taking Back Sunday, Man Overboard play a brand of upbeat and poppy pop punk with the emotion of 90's emo acts such as The Promise Ring.

Tonight Alive
Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive is a five-piece pop punk band from Australia. Formed in 2008, and having played alongside artists such as Anberlin, Simple Plan, We Are The In Crowd and Never Shout Never, they have sold more than 20,000 copies of their self-funded debut EP, All Shapes and Disguises (released June 2010) solely in Australia and Japan. In November 2010, they released a 3-track EP Consider This and began their national headline tour with Australian band Sienna Skies.

In early 2011 the band traveled to Los Angeles to record their debut album What Are You So Scared Of? with producer Mark Trombino (Blink 182, Jimmy Eat World, The Starting Line) before returning to Australia to tour throughout February to support The Getaway Plan on their Australian tour.

Tonight Alive have been listed as one of the top 10 Australian bands of all time on rock radio station KROQ in the US.

Citizen
Citizen
The American Scene
The American Scene