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REVIEW: Whale Bones – ‘The Seaside’ EP

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I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I still get butterflies when a BAND reaches out to me and requests a review. As I get ready to hit the ‘play’ button, I find myself aflutter with nerves, wondering, “Will it be good or will I want to pull a Van Gogh and chop my ear off?”

But there was something about Whale Bones that I knew was different, from the get-go. “The Current” kicks off The Seaside EP with a stunning instrumental that beautifully flows into the rest of the song, which takes on an edgier approach. Something about it reminds me a bit of Go Radio and Anberlin, perhaps it’s the perfect rhythm, courtesy of Paul Lierman on drums. It’s only a simple, short track, but it has a powerful presence as an introduction, and flawlessly continues into “Hiding From The Sea.” The latter of which has an edge from the get-go; and, again, great rhythm. There is something that is so familiar about Whale Bones, and yet, something still very refreshing. The songwriting is perfection, with melodics, raw emotion, and a brilliant alternative rock track. “I’ve been hiding from the sea for too long,” Nathan Kane croons, leading into a verse that builds the song back up, higher, and higher, until it explodes. I can practically see the live show in my head…the lights going down, steadily building and then an explosion of brightness, and a crowd jumping into action. Lierman and Kane have a chemistry that is evident in every note, and not even halfway through the EP, leaves me completely awestruck, as evident on the melancholy, yet anthemic, “I Can’t Live Again.” There is something about this song, that, although seeming to admit defeat and self-loathing, has this lingering hope that creates an almost ethereal, dizzying feeling to it.

“Exhausted Forgiveness” begins with the intimacy of an acoustic live performance, and carries on the beauty of The Seaside EP with poetic, clever lyrics, helpfully delivered by gorgeous harmonies, blending seamlessly into “Seaside,” which perfectly finishes off the five-track EP.

Collectively, The Seaside EP is like a comet; it seemingly comes out of nowhere, and leaves you wanting more when it fades away, just a light printed on the back of your eyelids. The more I listen to each song, the more I find myself wanting to see Whale Bones live, or at least hear a complete album.

The Seaside EP will be released on July 14th, 2015.

For more on Whale Bones, click HERE.

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Top 15 Albums of 2014 (Liv’s List)

This year has been a whirlwind for music releases; week after week, new albums have appeared left and right. Some have been amazing, and some…well, some could have been better (but we won’t name names). Anyway, here are my picks for TOP 14 Best albums of 2014 (in no particular order).


15. Lowborn by Anberlin, released on July 22nd, 2014, via Tooth & Nail Records.


What a fantastic final album; it’s bittersweet, but such a work of art. It’s emotionally charged, with stunningly well-written lyrics, not that I’d ever expect anything less from Anberlin.

14. Cavalier Youth by You Me At Six, released on January 26th, 2014, via Virgin Records.

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The band’s fourth studio album is every bit of fresh, original, and entrancing as their first. You Me At Six seem to get more personal on the album, and approach a more pop-rock sound than on their previous releases.

13. Restoring Force by Of Mice & Men, released on January 28th, 2014, via Rise Records.

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You know an album is good when a band goes the extra mile and records an acoustic version of it in its entirety. There is a raw power throughout Restoring Force, and the brilliance behind it is impossible to ignore. The departure from the modern standard brings ripples to the scene overall, but also showcases the growth and artistic development of each member in Of Mice & Men.

12. Head Or Heart by Christina Perri, released on April 1st, 2014, via Atlantic Records.


Personally, I adore this album. Not as much as her Ocean Way Sessions album, but it’s definitely up there as far as favorites go. There is so much vulnerability, personality, and vocal power on this album, it demands to be replayed.

11. Vessels by Stellar Young, released on December 16th, 2014.


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As said in my review, “Vessels has a sound that I could only imagine the musical lovechild between Anberlin and fun. would. Stellar Young prove to be a wildly talented group, not that there was ever any doubt about that. The album is beautifully executed, with a powerhouse presence and an undoubtable quality to it. ”

10. In The Lonely Hour by Sam Smith, released on May 26th, 2014, via Capitol Records.


There is so much beauty and power displayed on this album. Every song is enchanting in its own right, launching Sam Smith into the limelight as the true star he is. Finally, the soul has been brought back to pop music!

9. 1989 by Taylor Swift, released on , 2014 via Big Machine Records.


As someone who has followed Taylor Swift’s career from the beginning, it amazes me to see the personal growth of the songstress, typically known for tearing down her exes and writing every girl’s breakup anthem. On 1989, Swift shows a more mature, poetic approach, with an original artistic flare. There’s something on this album for everyone, including some of the catchiest lines…and the best misheard lyric of 2014. “Gotta love those Starbucks lovers…”

8. Bloom & Breathe by Gates, released on October 21st, 2014, via Pure Noise Records.


Wow. A debut album that has a cinematic, sophisticated sound to it, and is genuinely a work of art. Throughout the album, the band’s dedication to their craft, and their limitless talent, is obvious. I’m expecting a lot from these guys!

7. Imaginary Enemy by The Used, released on April 1st, 2014, via Hopeless Records.


If you didn’t rock out to “Cry” at some point this year (especially you Octane Radio listeners/gym rats!), you’re lying to yourself. That single set the spark for this album, and once I listened, I couldn’t get enough. I daresay I’ve played this album more than I should have, but it was worth it.

6. May Death Never Stop You by My Chemical Romance, released on March 25th, 2014 on Reprise Records.


Another bittersweet listen in 2014; it was brilliant in its musicality and as an overall summary of an amazing band’s career, but so hard to listen to knowing it was the last MCR release. As far as “greatest hits” albums go, I’m voting this as one of the best. “Fake Your Death” is such an anthemic, brilliant new track, and I love delving into my nostalgic side through the older tracks.

5. Forever Halloween (Deluxe Edition) by The Maine, released on June 17th, 2014, via Universal.


Forever Halloween was amazing; the deluxe edition? INCREDIBLE. As I said in my review for Infectious Magazine, “While Forever Halloween was near-perfect as it was, it is difficult to imagine the album without these extra songs now that they’ve been heard. The Maine continue to show growth and excellence as the years wear on.”

4. Duality by Set It Off, released on October 14th, 2014, via Equal Vision Records.


Brilliant, catchy tracks, all decorated with the originality of Set It Off. This reminds me of a heavier version of The Cab’s Symphony Soldier in that I just want to play the whole album again and again and again.

3. Talking In Your Sleep by The Cinema, released on December 16th, 2014 [independently released].

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I have so much respect for this album. First off, because it comes from the minds of two very talented men, but also because the album took two years to make, and was accomplished while they both worked on different coasts. Just…wow. It’s an incredible group of songs, and, best of all, it’s another release that avoided the cursed “sophomore slump.”

2. Slow Me Down by Sara Evans, released on March 11th, 2014, via RCA Nashville.

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Catchy as hell, with a poppy, uptempo tone that is impossible not to love. It’s a perfect driving/car-aoke record; I promise, you’ll sing your heart out to basically every song.

1. Heart On My Sleeve by Mary Lambert, released on October 14th, 2014, via Capitol Records.

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Mary Lambert can do no wrong. The songstress has crowds enchanted with her stunning vocals and her fearless way of tackling subjects people don’t want to talk about. With songs like “Secrets,” Lambert has resonated with listeners, and opened up a beautiful story.





House of Mercury by Ship Captain Crew

Fictionist by Fictionist

All That Gold by James and the Drifters

High Noon by Arkells

Get Hurt by The Gaslight Anthem


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REVIEW: Stellar Young – ‘Vessels’

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Stellar Young know how to put out a quality record, and if that wasn’t obvious through their previous work, it is glaringly so when listening to Vessels. “The Reunion” comes in slowly, almost in a tantalizing way. By the time it truly begins, the anticipation for the album is already in place. The desperation that exists is raw, and only further emphasized by the brilliant dynamic in range from John Glenn (vox/keyboard). Everything about this track reminds me of my first rock show as a kid; standing in the venue and feeling awe-inspired by the bands in front of me.

There is a continuation of nostalgia on “Hitting Reset,” standing out as strikingly catchy, with a building instrumentation that adds and edge to the track. The vocal harmonies crooning, “Love,” through the speakers are enchanting, pulling listeners in even further, much like the first single, “Nomad.” As far as singles go, has a brilliantly impulsive feel behind it, driven by well-timed beats, vocal harmonies, and stunning guitar (Erik Flora). Lyrically and musically, it packs a punch, and sounds as though it could be the battle cry between lovers in an indie film. The imagery in every line is powerful, to a degree that is almost overwhelming (see also “Keep Up”).

Stellar Young effortlessly put forth an album that is not just something nice to listen to, but a piece of work that stands out amongst the rest. The variety on this album alone shows both an artistic development, as well as personal growth; from the Warped Tour worthy (“Helen I”) to almost indie-rock-dance-tech quality (“Box of Echoes,” “Former Life”), Stellar Young are difficult to box neatly–they splash all over the page, creating a unique, well-crafted style. “Little Specs” has a softer style, with a steady drum beat (courtesy of Curt Mulick),  that seems to add to the overall pulse of the track. The more I listen to it, the more certain I am that this is my favorite song on Vessels, just for how perfectly orchestrated it sounds, while still maintaining a raw vulnerability; the humanity on the album. A close second is most likely “We Got Away,” which takes perfection to a new level, acting as the perfect stage both for Stellar Young’s storytelling abilities, but also the depth of their music.

However, if we’re going to talk about instrumental prowess, let’s take a look at “Red Lights,” which is filled with fast-paced, electrifying tones, and a classic, edgy, “screw you” attitude, transitioning into a haunting bridge that showcases both Glenn’s vocal abilities and  Dave Parker’s skills on the bass. Lyrically, “Amity” is the standout, sounding fun, silly, and upbeat in an irresistible way, but with deeper meaning to the lyrics, as well as a hopeful sound that carries through, making perfect sense in the current mad state of the world.

Vessels has a sound that I could only imagine the musical lovechild between Anberlin and fun. would. Stellar Young prove to be a wildly talented group, not that there was ever any doubt about that. The album is beautifully executed, with a powerhouse presence and an undoubtable quality to it. More of this in 2015!

For more on Stellar Young, please click hereVessels will be released on December 16th.

[12/16 UPDATE: Vessels is now available in physical and digital formats.]

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REVIEW: Nominee – ‘I Woke Up’


  Despite its hauntingly slow beginning, “Requiem” is jam-packed with energy, and acts as a perfect start to I Woke Up. Chris McLelland proves to be an unexpected power-house of vocal strength. This is the kind of track it’s easy to imagine being played on a stage at Warped Tour to a crowd who screams the lyrics back to the band, which is a constant image in my mind as the album continues, especially with tracks like “Converging Light and Matter.” “Cliffhanger” maintains the energy of I Woke Up, with a sound reminiscent of old Anberlin tracks that acted as the soundtrack for summer days as they faded into early mornings walking down a hallway (see also “Sandpaper”). The arena-worthy drumming, courtesy of Andrew Echavarria, builds at the bridge, giving an edge to the song that makes it stand out beautifully. This is probably one of the most pop-punk songs I’ve heard throughout all of 2014, although “Suffer” is a very close second. There is an homage to the bands that Nominee has obviously grown up listening to, but without a hint of imitation. Producer Paul Leavitt‘s fingerprints are all over this though, which may just put Nominee at an advantage. Easily my favorite track on I Woke Up, “Without You In Front Of Me” has everything that a quality alternative rock track should have: group vocals, heavy drums, epic guitar parts (Nathan Pozen, Stephen Flynn), and lyrics that demand to be sang loudly at concerts. Definitely a noteworthy track that deserves to be played again and again. Not unlike its predecessor, “Suffer” is a strong tune, showcasing the talent of each member. The instrumental alone contains a surprising amount of energy and power throughout. Bass-dominant (provided by Cameron Kisel) “Sandpaper” has a style to it that makes you want to sway and sing along. With lyrics that read like poetry, and a tone of raw emotion, it’s hard to resist, although the same could be said for each track on the album. “Wreckage” bookends the album brilliantly with rich instrumentals, further solidified by the strings featured. Finishing off I Woke Up with stunning precision, Nominee’s sophomore release proves to be a wonderfully original, well-made addition to the band’s discography. With irresistible style, a dynamic style, and an infectious attitude, Nominee may just be your new favorite band. For more on Nominee, please click HERE.

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Anberlin On The Meaning of Lowborn


Stephen Christian of Anberlin has been running a Tumblr on which he posts each song’s lyrics and meanings, even going into the meaning behind each album title. He recently posted the meaning behind Lowborn. Read his explanation below.


The title comes from Psalms 62:9, it feels the entire chapter sums up our existence, and our existence in the band. The album cover is the brainchild of Nathan Young and Jordan Butcher.

The title is a mantra that we as ANBERLIN have always tried to adhere to, we never wanted to be ‘rock stars’ we never wanted people to think that we thought of ourselves as better than anyone. We hope that we were more than just a band, we hope in the end that we are considered friends; I felt this was the perfect message to leave out on.

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10 Crazy Band Transformation Tuesdays (Week 1)


Change is inevitable. Some changes are good, and some are dreadful; all are necessary, it would appear. Seeing as it’s Transformation Tuesday, my brain is all on physical changes…and I guess audio changes too (P!@TD way back when vs. now have different sounds for sure). However, today, I’m sticking to showing the transformations of some of your favorite bands!


1. Blink-182

                                (1999)                                                                                  (2013)


2. Green Day





3. The Maine

(2007)                                                                                                               (2014)


4. Bring Me The Horizon

(2006)                                                                                                                    (2014)


5. All Time Low





6. Thirty Seconds To Mars

                                        (2005)                                                           (2014)


7. Paramore

(2004)                                                                                                            (2014)


8. Fall Out Boy

(2003)                                                                                                             (2013)

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9. Simple Plan





10. Anberlin






Want another ten next week? Let us know in the comments below! Be sure to give some hints of who YOU think has changed wildly! Also be sure to ‘Like’ us on Facebook and follow me @LivLostInStereo!


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VIDEO: Anberlin – “Stranger Ways”

Anberlin has partnered up with the A.V. Club to premiere their video for “Stranger Ways” today, which you can view below. The band will be releasing their final album, lowbornthis Tuesday, July 22nd. For more information, please visit: www.anberlin.com.

Anberlin will release their final album, lowborn, this Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 via Tooth & Nail Records, followed by a farewell world tour. Tour dates are below with many more to be announced in both the U.S. and additional countries.


Track Listing:

  1. We Are Destroyer
  2. Armageddon
  3. Stranger Ways
  4. Velvet Covered Brick
  5. Atonement
  6. Birds Of Prey
  7. Dissenter
  8. Losing It All
  9. Hearing Voices
  10. Harbinger


Vans Warped Tour 2014:

 7/18                  The Palace of Auburn Hills                                  Auburn Hills, MI

7/19                  First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre                        Tinley Park, IL

7/20                  Canterbury Park                                                 Shakopee, MN

7/22                  Merriweather Post Pavilion                                  Columbia, MD

7/23                  Farm Bureau Live                                               Virginia Beach, VA

7/24                  Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood                      Atlanta, GA

7/25                  Vinoy Park                                                        St. Petersburg, FL

7/26                  Cruzan Amphitheatre                                          West Palm Beach, FL

7/27                  Central Florida Fairgrounds                                 Orlando, FL

7/28                  PNC Music Pavilion                                            Charlotte, NC

7/29                  Tennessee State Fairgrounds                              Nashville, TN

7/30                  Marcus Amphitheater                                         Milwaukee, WI

7/31                  Cricket Wireless Amphitheater                            Bonner Springs, KS

8/2                    Utah Stage Fairpark                                           Salt Lake City, UT

8/3                    Sports Authority Field At Mile High                      Denver, CO


The Final Tour:

More Dates TBA

8/6                    Cathouse                                                          Glasgow, UK

8/7                    Manchester Academy                                        Manchester, UK

8/8                    Electric Ballroom                                               London, UK

8/9                    Frizon Festival                                                   Kumla, Sweden

8/29                  Bar Opiniao                                                       Porto Alegre, Brazil

8/30                  Music Hall                                                         Curitiba, Brazil

8/31                  Carioca Club                                                     Sao Paulo, Brazil

9/3                    Metropolis                                                         Fremantle, Australia

9/4                    The Gov                                                            Adelaide, Australia

9/6                    The Hifi                                                             Brisbane, Australia

9/7                    The Roundhouse                                               Sydney, Australia

9/9                    The Forum                                                        Melbourne, Australia

9/10                  170 Russell *NTFP In Its Entirety*                       Melbourne, Australia

9/12                  Tab                                                                   Singapore, Singapore

9/13                  SM Skydome                                                    Quezon City, Philippines

10/6                  The Press Room                                                Phoenix, AZ

10/7                  House of Blues                                                  San Diego, CA

10/9                  House of Blues                                                  Los Angeles, CA

10/10                House of Blues                                                  Anaheim, CA

10/11                The Regency                                                     San Francisco, CA

10/13                Showbox Market                                                Seattle, WA

10/14                Wonder Ballroom                                               Portland, OR

10/15                Knitting Factory                                                 Spokane, WA

10/23                Emo’s                                                               Austin, TX

10/24                House of Blues                                                  Dallas, TX

10/25                House of Blues                                                  Houston, TX

11/11                Theatre of Living Arts                                          Philadelphia, PA

11/12                House of Blues                                                  Boston, MA

11/13                Irving Plaza                                                       New York, NY  

11/15                Theatre of Living Arts                                          Philadelphia, PA

11/16                Irving Plaza                                                       New York, NY

11/18                Phoenix Concert Hall                                         Toronto, Canada

11/26                House of Blues – FINAL SHOW                          Orlando, FL


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Lakes Announce New Album: ‘Fire Ahead’


Lakes, the indie-rock band from San Luis Obispo, CA is thrilled to announce their upcoming new album, Fire Ahead, which is due to be released on July 22nd via Armacost Records.

Fire Ahead has been described as the band’s most definitive album yet. “The album is a raw look into our world, our story, and the pieces that have made this band a family,” the band says.


You can watch a teaser video for the album here:

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/95992258″>Lakes – Fire Ahead</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/lakesband”>Lakes</a&gt; on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>


Fire Ahead Track Listing:

1. Fire Ahead A.

2. 1992

3. Hold On

4. Hide Away

5. My Misery

6. Santa Ana Winds

7. Yellie

8. Holiday

9. Armacost Avenue

10. Diamond Eyes

11. Goodbye Santa Monica

12. Fire Ahead B.


The band has also announced a string of upcoming shows in promotion of Fire Ahead. All dates can be found below. Lakes will be holding a special record release show in their hometown of San Luis Obispo on July 19th at SLO Brew with support from Fialta and Good Brother! Tickets for the record release show are on sale now here: http://ticketf.ly/1qwG2cQ


Upcoming Tour Dates

June 27 – Atascadero, CA – Roberts

July 2 –  Paso Robles, CA – Artist Fahrm

July 12 – Bakersfield, CA – Sandrinis

July 19 – San Luis Obispo, CA – SLO Brew, Record Release Show

July 22 – San Luis Obispo, CA – TBD

July 24 – Redding, CA – Vintage

July 25 – Chico, CA – TBD

July 26 – Portland, OR – TBD

July 27 – Bend, OR – Volcanic Theater

July 28 – Seattle, WA – TBD

August 6 – Fresno, CA – Audies Olympic


Lakes is comprised of Matt Covington, Jeremy Wells, Jacob Wick, and Seth Roberts. The band has had previous features in SPIN and has performed alongside the likes of Cold War Kids, Sheryl Crow, Anberlin, Copeland, and more.

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Anberlin Post Song Lyrics and Meanings



We all have that moment listening to a song, or even an album, where we think, “I wonder what the real meaning behind this is…” There might also be a few moments of “Did he just sing about a heart’s speedo?” Mastering the lyrics and getting the meaning behind our favorite tunes is normally a hit or miss, but Anberlin fans don’t have to worry about that!

The band’s singer, Stephen Christian, has posted each track, verbatim, on his new blog, and BONUS! He’s even thrown in the meanings to each song.

Anberlin will be releasing their final album, Lowborn, on July 22. At the time of its debut date, Christian will update the blog to include the last songs of the band’s incredible career.

Still taking the hit of their “too-soon” retirement? Don’t worry! Listeners still have a full summer to see the band live at this year’s Vans Warped Tour, which Anberlin will be on now to July 6th, then one more time from July 16th to August 3rd!  Check out all of Anberlin’s final tour dates and purchase concert tickets here.

You can purchase a CD here, and keep reliving the glory days by playing it over and over again.

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New Single From Anberlin


Anberlin excitedly announced the release of their new track “Hearing Voices,” which available on iTunes here: http://bit.ly/1oIz8B7. It is also now being offered as an instant download with all iTunes preorders of the album. The band recently premiered “Stranger Ways,” the debut track off their forthcoming and final album lowborn on Billboard.com. lowborn will now be released on July 22nd.

Regarding the change, the band stated: “Due to some circumstances completely out of our control, and some rather unpleasant aspects of this crazy music business, the release date for Lowborn has been moved and is now July 22. We are very, very sorry, but hopefully we can make it up to everyone somehow. Luckily, it’s only one month later.” This album brings Anberlin full circle as lowborn will be released on Tooth & Nail, the first record label to which Anberlin was signed. Instead of recording the album together, the musicians did their parts with separate producers they each selected. Drums were recorded with Matt Goldman in Atlanta and later combined with bass and guitar in Lakeland, FL with Copeland’s Aaron Marsh. Vocals were recorded with the band’s longtime collaborator Aaron Sprinkle in Franklin, TN. For more information, please visit: www.anberlin.com


“Usually breakups happen quickly and suddenly, an implosion of sorts,” McAlhaney says. “What is unique about the end of Anberlin is that we discussed where people were at in their lives, what that meant for the band, and then made plans for the end on our own terms.” lowborn reflects true artistic freedom for the band, who felt liberated from any sort of expectation or pressure. “I wanted to enjoy the creative process one more time, with no restrictions, no one breathing down my neck for a single,” Christian says. “Just unadulterated creative freedom.”


The musicians started collecting new material at the end of last year. The idea was not to crank out as many songs as possible but to actually focus on crafting solidly good ideas that melded each musician’s individual tastes and influences. “We were really honest with each, probably more so than in the past,” Young says. “You have to come to a point where, with different opinions, there’s no right or wrong. There was a fearlessness which was really freeing and exciting for all of us. To just not have to think about anything else except what’s the best thing for the song.” Some of the album’s lyrics address the band’s end and history. “I know there are going to be a lot of questions as to why we decided to break up and I explain it all in the song ‘Atonement,'” Christian says. “And I want to make sure that the our fans and friends know that we will always remember them, and the moments spent with them were some of the greatest of my entire life. I tried to convey that in the song ‘Harbinger.'” Another track, “Stranger Ways,” first appeared in demo form in the band’s farewell video earlier this year.


Each musician has plans for the future after Anberlin, some concrete and some vague, some musical and some not. Those plans, in various ways, will be revealed in the coming months. For everyone, this is a celebration of what has been achieved rather than the mourning of a loss. “This is the end of an era of my life,” Rexroat says. “A long and great era. It also means a new beginning. It’s overwhelming to think about filling all my time with something new, but it’s also exciting.”


Anberlin will release their final album, lowborn, on July 22nd, 2014 via Tooth & Nail Records, followed by a farewell world tour. Tour dates are below with many more to be announced in both the U.S. and additional countries.

Track Listing: 

1. We Are Destroyer

2. Armageddon

3. Stranger Ways

4. Velvet Covered Brick

5. Atonement

6. Birds Of Prey

7. Dissenter

8. Losing It All

9. Hearing Voices

10. Harbinger


Tour Dates:


Vans Warped Tour 2014:


6/13         Reliant Park Main St. Yellow Lot                       Houston, TX

6/14         AT&T Center                                                   San Antonio, TX

6/15        Gexa Energy Pavilion                                        Dallas, TX

6/17        Isleta Amphitheater                                           Albuquerque, NM

6/18        Quail Run Park                                                 Mesa, AZ

6/19        Luxor Festival Grounds                                     Las Vegas, NV

6/20        Pomona Fairplex                                              Pomona, CA

6/21        Shoreline Amphitheatre                                     Mountain View, CA

6/22        Seaside Park                                                   Ventura, CA

6/25        Sleep Train Amphitheatre                                  Chula Vista, CA

6/26        Sleep Train Amphitheatre                                  Wheatland, CA

6/28        White River Amphitheatre                                  Auburn, WA

6/29        Portland Expo Center Parking Lot                      Portland, OR

7/2          Verizon Wireless Amphitheater                         Maryland Heights, MO

7/3          Klipsch Music Center                                       Noblesville, IN

7/4          The Flats At Molson Canadian Amphitheatre      Toronto, Canada

7/5          Parc Jean Drapeau                                          Montreal, Canada

7/6          PNC Bank Arts Center                                     Holmdel, NJ

7/16        Riverbend Music Center                                   Cincinnati, OH

7/17        Blossom Music Center                                     Cuyahoga Falls, OH

7/18        The Palace of Auburn Hills                               Auburn Hills, MI

7/19        First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre                      Tinley Park, IL

7/20        Canterbury Park                                               Shakopee, MN

7/22        Merriweather Post Pavilion                                Columbia, MD

7/23        Farm Bureau Live                                             Virginia Beach, VA

7/24        Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood                    Atlanta, GA

7/25        Vinoy Park                                                      St. Petersburg, FL

7/26        Cruzan Amphitheatre                                        West Palm Beach, FL

7/27        Central Florida Fairgrounds                               Orlando, FL

7/28         PNC Music Pavilion                                        Charlotte, NC

7/29         Tennessee State Fairgrounds                           Nashville, TN

7/30         Marcus Amphitheater                                       Milwaukee, WI

7/31         Cricket Wireless Amphitheater                          Bonner Springs, KS

8/2           Utah Stage Fairpark                                         Salt Lake City, UT

8/3           Sports Authority Field At Mile High                    Denver, CO


The Final Tour:

More Dates TBA


8/6           Cathouse                                                        Glasgow, UK

8/7           Manchester Academy                                      Manchester, UK

8/8           Electric Ballroom                                             London, UK

8/9           Frizon Festival                                                Kumla, Sweden

8/29         Bar Opiniao                                                     Porto Alegre, Brazil

8/30         Music Hall                                                       Curitiba, Brazil

8/31         Carioca Club                                                    Sao Paulo, Brazil

9/3           Metropolis                                                       Fremantle, Australia

9/4           The Gov                                                          Adelaide, Australia

9/6           The Hifi                                                           Brisbane, Australia

9/7           The Roundhouse                                              Sydney, Australia

9/9           The Forum                                                       Melbourne, Australia

9/10         170 Russell *NTFP In Its Entirety*                     Melbourne, Australia

9/12         Tab                                                                 Singapore, Singapore

9/13         SM Skydome                                                   Quezon City, Philippines

11/11       Theatre of Living Arts                                        Philadelphia, PA

11/12       House of Blues                                                 Boston, MA

11/13       Irving Plaza                                                      New York, NY

11/15       Theatre of Living Arts                                        Philadelphia, PA

11/16       Irving Plaza                                                      New York, NY



Check out Liv’s interview with Christian McAlhaney when they were on tour with The Maine in November!

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