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|August 15, 2012
Watch the video above to see a behind the scenes look at what it is like for twenty | one | pilots to be on tour with Neon Trees.
Travie McCoy from Gym Class Heroes recorded an anthem for the New York Giants called 'All In.' It's exclusively available now on specially marked 24-packs of Pepsi, Diet Pepsi and Pepsi MAX. Check out pepsianthems.com for more info!
After premiering yesterday over at Alternative Press, the new single from A Rocket To The Moon is now available for you to listen to on YouTube, PureVolume and Soundcloud. Check out 'Whole Lotta You' above or click HERE to find it on PureVolume as the Song Of The Day. You'll be able to download the song next Tuesday on iTunes!
Gym Class Heroes have revealed details of a very special October tour. The dates highlight the band performing in intimate venues across North America. Check out the dates below:
10.18 Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
10.19 Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls
10.21 Detroit, MI @ The Magic Stick
10.22 Toronto, ON @ Mod Club
10.23 Buffalo, NY @ Infinity
10.25 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
10.29 Cambridge, MA @ Middle East
10.30 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
10.31 New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
Click HERE for more information.
Purevolume caught up with Andrew Dost of Fun. Click HERE to read the interview!
I miss making coffee in the morning. We have a coffeepot on the bus, but it's not really the same. I miss the routine of getting up, grinding the beans, filling the pot with water and then filling a bucket to water the flowers. I really miss any sort of routine like that. - Andrew Dost
Click HERE to see twenty | one | pilots Facebook album full of great shots from their recent shows with Neon Trees.
Visit versaemergemusic.com for more info.
Head over to Alternative Press to hear the newest single from A Rocket To The Moon's upcoming album Wild & Free. The song 'Whole Lotta You' will be available to download on August 21st. Click HERE to listen to the song now!
"It's a song about going out, getting loose and falling in love. We wanted to write a song that people could listen to and feel good every time." - Nick Santino