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100 Artists You Must Hear In 2015

Another year, another group of incredible artists who have found their way onto our playlists. All throughout 2014, Planet Stereo has brought upcoming, new, and popular artists your way. Now, as we prepare to enter 2015, here is your roadmap to the artists that we expect big things from this year. Some familiar faces may grace this list, but also some new ones. Below, you can see Planet Stereo’s 100 Artists You Must Hear in 2015.




1. Lake Malawi – The UK-based band, led by a two-time MTV Award Winner and two-time Nominee, Albert Cerny, seems to be on the path to success, having already opened for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, performing at the Great Escape Festival, and much more.            Facebook   Website

2. The Actions – London-based alt-rock duo have an undeniable raw energy, seamlessly blending alternative rock with psychedelic electronic sounds. Their high intensity will charge you and your playlist, setting you on the right track in the new year.          Facebook    Website

3. Seaway –   Canadian pop-punk band who cite their influence as a scene from the hit film American Pie. Need we say more?      Facebook

4. Close Talker – Canada’s Close Talker is one of the many rising stars from the indie rock explosion of last year, garnering attention left and right for their single, “For The Sun,” calling attention to their  upcoming LP, Flux.                 Facebook      Website

5. Thieves & Lovers –  A new alternative rock band that is already entrancing listeners, despite their very new beginnings. With two EPs under their belt, they’re ready to tackle 2015…and your playlist.                Facebook      Website



6. Young Statues – The indie-rock band from Philadelphia have a unique flare for penning introspective lyrics, and matching them to a melodic tune. With their new album, The Flatlands Are Your Friends, out now, the band is looking forward to a busy year of touring. Be sure to catch a show!   Facebook      Website

7. 7East – Pop duo comprised of Pia Toscano and Jared Lee. Together, the pair make wonderful music that will have you singing along with every word. The pop-duo’s first single dropped a few months back, but 2015 is full of promise for amazing new music.                 Facebook

8. GO WOLF – Belfast-based pop four-piece that create indie-pop with a flare reminiscent of the 80’s. If you love bands like Rooney, this is the group for you.  The earworms the band comes up with, much like their popular single, “Talk To You,” will have you singing along unknowingly and coming back for more.                  Facebook      Website

9. Nikos – Recommended for fans of feel-good pop-rock, with a style reminiscent of 30 Seconds To Mars meddled with the arena-quality of MUSE. The more you listen, the more you’ll find yourself dancing around to every note. NIKOS’s self-titled debut EP is out now.                 Facebook      Website

10. Summer Heart – The Swedish dream-pop act has a unique way of presenting indie-quality vocals with upbeat pop music. Reminiscent of HelloGoodbye, Summer Heart’s melodic, upbeat music is more entrancing with every listen.     Facebook



11. Wise Girl –  The NYC-based pop trio released their sophomore acoustic EP, Sing Me To Sleep, earlier in 2014, later releasing their single, “Don’t Go,” to positive reviews. With an attention grabbing power-pop attitude, further emphasized by the stellar vocals and the energetic structure of the songs, Wise Girl is impossible to ignore. They’re poised for excellence in 2015. Be sure to get on board NOW.                 Facebook      Website

12. Jocelyn Arndt – Effortlessly blending indie-rock with soul and blues through skillful songwriting that evokes emotion, Jocelyn seems to have cracked the code to connect with listeners. Co-writing with her brother Chris, the pair are a brilliant team that bring about amazing sounds that are sure to dominate in 2015.                  Facebook      Website

13. Seiichi Daimo – A musical prodigy now working on a solo career, Daimo is awe-inspiring. His debut EP, In The Inbetween showcases a modern approach to a classic sound that will leave you breathless.         Facebook      Website

14. Sinclair – With just her debut EP, Sweet Talk, Sinclair has proven herself to be phenomenally talented. As previously said, the debut was not an introduction, it was an “explosion.” It is inevitable that Sinclair will shoot to stardom, and Planet Stereo thinks 2015 is the year.                  Facebook      Website

15. Redlands –  The Colorado-based alternative rock/indie band has only been around since the summer of 2013, but already making headway in an ever-growing scene. After recording their debut EP, The Lonewolf, with renowned producer Matt Grabe, and playing Warped Tour, Redlands has gone back into the studio with members of This Century. Lots of exciting things are coming for Redlands, and we can’t wait to hear them!                  Facebook      Website



16. Veronika Jokel – The NYC-based indie pop/blues act shocked listeners in 2014 with her soulful vocals and catchy music. With a rich, smoky sound, Jokel is reminiscent of the greats, providing an original, strong voice to her generation.                  Facebook

17. Jesse Davidson – The Adelaide-based musician with a lot to say. With tracks like “Big Bois Gotta Eat” and “Ocean,” Davidson has spectacular vocals that help shape the character behind each track, perfectly blending with the carefree instrumentals. Put him on your playlist for your next beach visit!                  Facebook

18. Heidi Merrill – A shockingly talented pop artist. With catchy tracks and stunning vocals, Heidi Merrill is one to watch this year! Seemingly coming out of nowhere, Merrill is poised for stardom in 2015, and Planet Stereo just has one thing to say: “Called it!”                Facebook      Website

19. The Cinema –  The indie-pop side project of an amazingly talented duo, comprised of Matt Malpass and Lydia’s Leighton Antelman, who, despite being on opposite sides of the country, make fantastic music together. Their sophomore album, Talking In Your Sleep, is out NOW.                 Facebook      Website

20. The National Parks – Indie/folk band that makes the simplest of tunes sound magnificent. The more you listen, the more you’ll love them. With each track and well-made video, The National Parks offer an original sound, and beautiful melodies.               Facebook      Website



21. Light You Up – The alternative rock band from Birmingham has been generating some major attention as of late. Their debut album, All We’ve Ever Known, comes out on January 26th, and it’s already got critics throwing praise left and right. With features in Kerrang! and more, Light You Up are on their way to a successful 2015.                  Facebook      Website

22. Contra – The bright, electrifying bass-pop band Contra have already been playing off our love of nostalgia, and 2015 will be no different. After recently releasing their latest single, “1992,” from the forthcoming album The 90’s Are All That, the band will be releasing their later singles, “1996” and “1998” by spring of 2015. Get ready to want to binge watch classic 90’s Nickelodeon shows!                  Facebook      Website

23. Kelsea Ballerini – The sweet country pop artist may be young, but with smooth vocals, Kelsey Ballerini is an up and coming star. With her single, “Love Me Like You Mean It,” from her debut EP is catchy as hell, and a wonderful introduction to your new favorite artist.     Facebook      Website

24. PVRIS – You’ve probably heard their name get passed around a few times, but the Massachusetts -based trio is one group we can’t wait to see more of in 2015. With their debut album, White Noise, out via Rise/Velocity Records, the band has left listeners desperate for more…and hopefully, more is what we’ll get!                Facebook      Website

25. Commonweather – Another addition to the amazing music scene of Chicago. The alternative rock band produce their sound with a confidence and sophistication that is stunning for a band who only formed in 2014. With quality work and talented members, big things are coming from this band.                  Facebook      Website



26. Hannah Schneider – The alternative/electronica/folk-pop songstress from Copenhagen had listeners buzzing in 2014, and there’s no doubt the buzz will continue. With her latest album, Me vs. I, Schneider boldly showcases her storytelling and vocal abilities, wowing anyone who hears the album.                  Facebook      Website

27. Lime Cordiale – We’re still buzzing about this band from Sydney, and you should be to! With a catchy jazz-rock-‘n’-roll sound, you’ll be singing and dancing to their EP, Falling Up The Stairs, for weeks at a time.               Facebook      Website

28. BoyMeetsWorld – If you love pop-punk at all, you will love these guys. The Cincinnati-based five-piece are recording their debut full length, and after listening to their EPs, you’ll be just as pumped for it as we are!                   Facebook      Website

29. Frank Hamilton – The London-based singer who wowed everyone with his #OneSongAWeek challenge. You’re definitely going to want to give him another listen!                  Facebook      Website

30. Alex & Sierra – Yes, you’ve probably heard their names thrown around a few times, but this amazing duo from Florida is going on tour with Andy Grammer and you’ll definitely want to know their names before the tour kicks off!                  Facebook      Website



31. Geppetto & The Whales – With their debut full-length dropped in early 2014, showcasing the Belgian indie band’s musical sophistication and their youthful style. Each note carries a pure, confidant sound that may act as a breakout for the band.          Facebook      Website

32. Ruby My Dear – The alternative five-piece with members from Australia, New Jersey, LA, Vegas, and Seattle is one of the most talented unsigned bands that have graced Planet Stereo in the last year. The band’s jazzy roots, upbeat-po attitude, and stunning melodies make them one to watch.         Facebook      Website

33. Plaid Brixx – On their EP, Chemistry, Plaid Brixx demonstrated a consistency and 80’s-esque quality to their music, surprising critics and listeners alike with their sophisticated new wave/rock fusion. 2015 holds the recording of a new album and a lot of touring. We recommend you jump on board with this NOW.                  Facebook      Website

34. Rob Lynch – The Warped Tour alum from the UK is amazing everyone with both his music and his incredible sense of humor. His debut album, All These Nights In Bars Will Somehow Save My Soul, is out now, as well as his hilarious #StandingInTheWayOfLove calendar. Pick up a copy of both today!                  Facebook      Website

35. Sigrid Zeiner – Effortlessly fusing electronic-pop and folk together, the Norwegian singer-songwriter pushes boundaries, utilizing her background as a classical singer, her ongoing degree in pop music, and sleepless nights of self-taught production skills. In September of 2014, she released her EP, Uncomfortable, hooking in listeners to her dramatic, quirky sound.   Facebook      Website



36. The Millenium – A non-traditional blend of indie, acoustic, electronic-pop sounds to create a genuine, original, and melodic work of art. Between their ability to tap into the raw emotions behind love, loss, and life itself, and their dedication, this unsigned band is forging a name for themselves without sticking to the mold.         Facebook      Website

37. Revisionist – Toronto’s own acoustic punk group who tackle songwriting in a refreshingly poetic and honest way; no pretenses required. There is a gut, unpolished sound that makes their style stand out, bringing the stories presented with a very human power to them.  Facebook

38. Aaron Parker – The country singer who deserves every bit of praise he receives. After a successful tour opening for Cassadee Pope (NBC’s The Voice winner and ex-Hey Monday front woman), Aaron Parker has electrified fans across the country. With an entrancing sound, sincere attitude, and undeniable work-ethic, Planet Stereo declares 2015 the Year of Aaron Parker.           Facebook      Website

39. Michael Malarkey – The talented actor/musician is known for playing Enzo on The Vampire Diaries, but has also showcased a talent for Bob Dylan-like storytelling. After playing various punk and hardcore bands in his youth, Malarkey has developed his storytelling abilities and his alternative folk rock style.        Facebook

40. The Way Away – Garnering fans with catchy vocals, high-paced tempos, and a traditionally pop-punk style, the Minnesota band has steadily been building a name for themselves, spending the majority of 2014 working on their sophomore EP, Carry On, and their first music video. With their determination and evident passion, big things are on their way for The Way Away.   Facebook



41. Taylor Barrett – A fresh face in music, singer-songwriter Taylor Barrett has been compared to the likes of John Mayer and Jason Mraz. At just 22 years old, the Virginia Native will release his debut album, Great Falls, on March 10th, and from there, who knows where this incredibly talented artist will end up?               Website

42. Foxing – If you’re looking for a unique band to amp your playlist up in 2015, Foxing may be it for you. With singles like, “Rory,” from their album Albatross, the Saint Louis band will fascinate you…and maybe bring out your love of Gilmore Girls.                  Facebook

43. East of Eli – As a talented actor/musician, Nathan Wrest has highlighted his strengths, captivating audiences in major films to independent projects, and now, as a singer-songwriter. With a classic rock and roll storytelling style, East of Eli’s Nothing Ordinary showcases the artist’s growth.                  Facebook      Website

44. The Weekend Riot – The Philadelphia duo believes it was fate that brought them together…as well as their incredible determination to persevere. Thankfully, Ace Enders recognized their charismatic energy and talent, co-penning their first track. Their debut single, “25 Minutes,” is out now, and if you’ve ever wanted to travel, you should probably hear it.          Facebook

45. Nick Santino – The former A Rocket To The Moon frontman has forged a trail many solo artists can only dream of. With a unique, dynamic sound, the singer-songwriter delivers a cinematic sound with releases like Savannah, his latest EP.                  Facebook



46. Stellar Young – Fusing multiple genres together, Stellar Young creates a signature, melodic sound that draws from folk, rock, jazz, hip-hop, and more. Having shared the stage with acts like We The Kings, Civil Twilight, and more, Stellar Young is poised for mainstream success. Their new album, Vessels, was just released (December of 2014), and is sure to be a breakout for the group.                  Facebook

47. Anais Aida – The progressive R&B songstress from France has a soulful, yet powerful beauty behind her music, exploring love and loss through self-reflection. With the pairing of rich vocals paired and dramatic instrumentation, Aida is enchanting.                 Facebook

48. The Attic Ends – The Brooklyn-based four piece indie-rock/dream-pop group that draw from the classic rock of the 60’s and the mainstream 90’s. With lush melodies, powerful vocals, and a fearless approach, The Attic Ends are captivating.                  Facebook      Website

49. Travis Hayes – Honesty goes a long way in songwriting, and so far, Travis Hayes’s honest musical sensibilities have charmed listeners. With a brilliant lyrical perspective, Hayes documents heartbreak, growing up, and every milestone in between with all the charm and charisma of a James Joyce character.                  Facebook      Website

50. Shawn Mendes – The up and coming singer songwriter will be touring all throughout 2015, having generated buzz left and right in 2014. With spectacular tracks like “Life of The Party,” the young artist shows a lot of promise.                Facebook      Website



51. Elena Ovalle – The Bay Area singer-songwriter delivers her soulful pop tunes, pulling from her personal experiences. Throughout high school and college, Ovalle has performed in choirs and talent shows, although, nowadays, her audiences are a little bit bigger… Her new single, “Shoot Me Down,” was released on December 9th, and it won’t be long before she’s blowing up the mainstream with her refreshing style.                 Facebook

52. My Drunken Haze – The psychedelic pop five-piece from Athens, influenced by the 60’s cinematic sounds. Following the release of their self-titled debut via Inner Ear Records, the band has released their first music video, “Carol Wait,” which premiered on Exclaim!     Facebook

53. Taylor Locke – Ex-Rooney guitarist debut single and video generated enough buzz about his forthcoming album, Time Stands Still, which is expected in the new year. As his first solo album, Locke has assured listeners it’s a far cry from the typical singer/songwriter affair.       Facebook      Website

54. With Beating Hearts – The side project of The Material front woman, Colleen D’Agostino. Venturing into the electro genre, Colleen released her EP, The Wolves, at the beginning of 2014, revealing a new layer to her musical personality.         Facebook      Website

55. Alexa Ferr –  At just 19 years old, the Canadian R&B/pop artist has been dubbed the “Rugged Popstar.” A triple threat, Ferr was an extra on the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato Disney film, Camp Rock 2. Her EP, No Good, was released in 2014, and even more incredible things are in the works for the young artist; expect new music, videos, and much more!         Facebook      Website



56. Twin Forks –  The Americana folk rock band needs no introduction. Founded by Dashboard Confessional’s Chris Carrabba, the Nashville based seven-piece band released their debut full-length album in February of 2014, and since then, seem to be growing rapidly. 2015 will hopefully bring more for this amazing group.                  Facebook      Website

57. Jennie Abrahamson – A pop artist who takes a unique approach to the creation of her sound. Her fourth album, Gemini Gemini, was written in the spring, recorded in the summer, and completed in the winter, expecting a spring 2015 release. With wonderfully noisy rhythms and melodic undertones, Abrahamsson will be releasing her new single, “The War,” on January 19th.                 Facebook      Website

58. Little Envy –  The San Francisco based duo, comprised of Joseph De Los Reves and Koosh Sazena, proved they were one to watch with their latest release, Little Envy, released in early December. With the lead single, “Boy,” the band has been featured in Alternative Press, on Absolute Punk, and more.            Facebook      Website

59. Wyland – Ah, smoothie music; a perfect blend of rich, emotive content, and excitable pop music. Who can beat soaring vocals, songs that perfectly capture the struggles of growing up, and ambient beats? No one, really.                   Facebook      Website

60. Billy The Kid –  The Canadian folk singer garnered popularity with her edgy, honey-sweet music, enchanting audiences on the Vans’ Warped Tour in 2013. She stands apart with her impressive guitar skills and “can-do”/DIY attitude. She recently worked on an album with Frank Turner, which is available for pre-order NOW.                 Facebook      Website



61. Eric Dash – Singer/songwriter Eric Dash has quickly become a Youtube/Vevo sensation with his first single, “One More Love Song.” Dash’s smooth vocals convey an authenticity that, alongside beautiful lyrics and catchy melodies, will launch this pop artist to the next level.   Facebook      Website

62. Vinnie Hines –  Working hard to pay his dues in the music world, the singer/songwriter from Illinois is a full-time soloist for Carnival Cruise Lines, but so much more than that. The talented artist released two of his singles, “My Kind of Crazy” and “The Riddle” in early 2014. The simplicity in his music is probably what makes it so stunning, as well as the plethora of influences that have collided to give him an original sound.                 Facebook      Website

63. Shayna Steele – Jazz/R&B vocalist Shayna Steele showcases how incredible she is not just with her powerful vocals, but her years of experience, including many years working with a plethora of artists like Bette Midler, Rihanna, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and more. Her sophomore full-length, Rise, is set to release later this month and we cannot wait!      Facebook      Website

64. Throw The Fight – With a DIY, classic approach to rock and roll, Throw The Fight produce music with a pulse. There is a pure energy in each track, and it’s pulling attention from all angles, as the band tours with the likes of Avenged Sevenfold, Papa Roach, Sevendust, and more.                  Facebook      Website

65. Get Involved! – Featuring members of Thursday, Glassjaw, and From Autumn To Ashes, the pedigree post-hardcore band aids in the craft of strikingly original music. Their highly anticipated EP, Silk Cuts, produced by Ross Robinson, debuted to rave reviews, and hopefully acts as a preview for a busy and impressive year for the band.                  Facebook      Website



66. Emergency Tiara – The New York City-based pop artist and fashion blogger is smart, stylish, and determined to craft upbeat, catchy music to entertain the masses…and running a stellar fashion/lifestyle blog, of course. Her debut EP, Until The Stroke Of Midnight, was released in 2014, featuring the single, “Around.”                  Facebook      Website

67. Rayvon Owen – The Buzzed featured R&B/pop artist started off singing in choirs and touring with gospel artists, and it seems all that practice paid off! His dedication to his craft and his genuine personality extend into ever aspect of his work, spurring an undeniable future filled with success.      Facebook      Website

68. The Plastics – The indie rock band from Cape Town has been stunning critics and listeners alike since the 2010 release of their debut album, Shark, which was produced by Gordon Raphael, the award-winning producer best known for his work with The Strokes. Their sophomore album, Pyramid, dropped in 2014, featuring a new material, a new guitarist, and the band’s first set of UK tour dates.                Facebook      Website

69. Eric Zayne – Soul-infused pop-rock music that is reminiscent of pop music from the late 80’s, early 90’s. With a sophisticated quality to his songwriting and performing skills, Eric Zayne is an artis on the rise, with his 2014 EP, AutobiograMe featuring performances from Amber Riley, Matisyahu, Rozzi Crane, and King Blaise.          Facebook

70. NÖME –  With beat-orientated, synth-driven tunes, the UK-based quartet has captured the attention of digital media outlets across the world. The powerhouse group has the makings of a larger-than-life band, with songs that capture love, loss, and the perpetual struggle of a youth missing out on childhood.          Facebook      Website



71. Justin Stein –  Generating buzz from critics, the pop/R&B singer with a classic style is mesmerizing. With a 60’s flare, Justin Stein provides the perfect “rock out with a hairbrush” music. He also showcased his talents during his Tribute Tuesdays Youtube series, which is worth giving a listen. If you love Maroon 5, Justin Timberlake, and the like, you will fall in love with Justin Stein.                 Facebook      Website

72. Myke Terry –   The ex-Bury Your Dead frontman returned to his roots of funk and soul, with his solo EP, Red Handed. The EP captured his soulful vocals, and the depth of his storytelling abilities with honest tracks with a realism provided by a lifetime of experience.       Facebook

73. Misterwives – The NYC band that blew up 2014 with hit singles like “Reflections” and “Vagabonds.” With infectious tunes, MisterWives seemed to come completely out of nowhere, suddenly bursting onto the scene and landing a spot on a nationwide tour with Bleachers and Twenty One Pilots.                  Facebook      Website

74. Brian Marquis – Former guitarist for Therefore I Am who debuted as a solo artist on Equal Vision Records. The Americana/folk artist showcases his musical prowess with his album, Blood & Spirits, launching his success and notoriety for introspective lyrics, dynamic tracks filled with brilliant melodies, and crowd-interaction.                  Facebook      Website

75. Driver Friendly – Their name isn’t a lie; their music really is driver friendly. Starting off as a high school garage band, Driver Friendly quickly found themselves with a developing, loyal fancies, sparking the determination of the group even more. With melodic, electrifying songs, this band is on their way to something incredible; here’s hoping 2015 is the year!       Facebook      Website



76. From Indian Lakes – American indie rock band From Indian Lakes stunned listeners with their independently released sophomore album, Able Bodies, mesmerizing fans with their ability to create a seamless fusion of genres. The band’s their album, Absent Sounds, was released on October 7th of 2014, and the band will continue to tour in support in 2015.                  Facebook      Website

77. Wild Party – The Texas based pop four-pieceare filled with a vivacious, undeniable energy that puts them on the map for ‘must hear/see’ acts of 2015. Following a successful run touring with Andrew McMahon and Hellogoodbye in support of their debut album, Phantom Pop, Wild Party have generated an ever-growing fan base and a reputation for putting on an amazing live show.       Facebook      Website

78. Sleepwave – The brainchild of former Underoath singer, Spencer Chamberlain, Sleepwave is a rock band based in St. Petersburg, Florida. In the short time they’ve been a band (2013), the duo announced their debut album, Broken Compass, which was released in 2014 via Epitaph Records. The band will be touring in support of the critically acclaimed album throughout 2015, which is sure to sell tickets quick, considering how brilliantly they did touring with Tonight Alive in support of Taking Back Sunday and The Used.                   Facebook      Website

79. Taylor & The Wild Now – With an articulate, soulfully-driven sound, Taylor & The Wild Now, comprised of Taylor Baker and Drew Walker, have a truly inspired quality to their music. Like the perfect cup of coffee, it’s blended just right, mixing indie, soul, and folk, with rich, melodic undertones, and clever lyrics.         Facebook      Website

80. The Starless –  Electronic rock is steadily growing, etching out its place. As the genre works on doing that, artists like The Starless are working just as hard to stake their claim on a place in the music industry, with passionate, experimental tunes that convey the adventurous, bright spirit behind the band itself.                 Facebook



81. Friends w/0 Benefits – Meet the band who are unafraid of laughing at their own expense. The San Francisco-based band are pursuing the goal of opening the world’s eyes to “the current state of boredom and misinformation caused by technolgy” through their punk-disco sound.              Facebook      Website

82. John & Brittany – The rock and roll duo of John & Brittany have ignited the scene in 2014 with their new EP, Stories To Be Told.  With powerful lyrics and dynamic songwriting, the duo are on their way to becoming a smash hit.                Facebook      Website

83. Smashing Satellites – The more you listen, the more you realize this is what the musical lovechild of Prince and Neon Trees would sound like…and it’s awesome! If you’re looking for an interesting pop artist to start the new year off right with an electrifying playlist, look no further!           Facebook      Website

84. Gerard Way – The former MCR frontman went solo and stunned the world with his psychedelic tunes and his solo debut, Hesitant Alien. If you were a fan of My Chemical Romance, this is…entirely different, but a necessary listen.              Facebook      Website

85. 3PM – After forming in the summer of 2012, the Baltimore band took their love for pop-punk bands like blink182, Green Day, New Found Glory, and Yellowcard, creating their own version of the sound. Their sophomore album (produced by Paul Leavitt) came out last summer, and they show no signs of slowing down anytime soon!              Facebook      Website



86. Tamar Haviv – The unique stylings of this singer-songwriter have left artists like Paul McCartney and Amy Ray, and critics alike in a sense of awe at her limitless talent. With the summer release of her debut album, You and Me In Pajamas, Tamar Haviv continues to charm listeners.           Facebook      Website

87. KIVEN – The modern rock band from LA released their debut self-titled album back in February, with the single, “In The Fire,” which went Number 1 on KROQ Locals Only and more. Along with wowing crowds with amazing performances, KIVEN has a skill for fusing together melodic alternative rock/jazz styles with prog-metal.                  Facebook      Website

88. Mark Weber – After playing in alternative and pop-pink bands all across the Chicago suburbs, this solo artist has been doing it all, releasing Crashing: In Color, on July 15th of 2014. With just one listen, Weber will captivate your attention with his endless talent.            Facebook

89. Lakes – The California rock band will have you stomping your feet and enjoying each note of their crisp, raw sound. Not only did they release a Christmas EP, but they also tend to tour a lot. Check out their socials to see when they perform in your town!                  Facebook      Website

90. NoNoNo – Swedish trio NONONO have a remarkable sensibility about them. With their self-described “beat-oriented” debut, We Are Only What We Feel, NONONO is a powerhouse of talent; a fact made evident with each listen.                  Facebook      Website



91. Wasi – Energetic is the best way to describe Wasi’s sound. A tie between dance-pop and punk music, they’re the Energizer Bunnies of music, guaranteed to electrify crowds. The trio have been working hard, and 2015 has some exciting things in store for the group.       Facebook      Website

92. Homemade Crazy – After the release of their album, Synergy, Homemade Crazy had a very busy 2014. With such a dynamic sound, Planet Stereo expects nothing but greatness from the Nebraska four-piece. Keep your ears out!                  Facebook      Website

93. Weatherbox –  The alternative indie-rock group from San Diego are all that and a bag ‘o chips. Having toured with the likes of Say Anything, Cartel, and more, the band has already etched out quite a name for themselves. Their EP, Flies In All Directions, is out NOW.              Facebook      Website

94. David Rosales – After dropping his sophomore solo EP, Along The Way, back in June of 2014 to critical acclaim. Consisting of an Americana style and an affinity for writing profound lyrics, we’re looking forward to an exciting year for Rosales.                  Facebook      Website

95. Arc & Stones – Taking it back to a classic sound, the Nashville band released their sophomore EP, As You Were, in 2014. With soulful vocals and a bluesy musicality, Arc & Stones are a great reminder of what it really means to be rock ‘n’ roll.                  Facebook      Website



96. Royal Tailor – Their Essential Records debut, Black & White, was GRAMMY-nominated, and Royal Tailor just continues to get better. The band combines multiple genres to create a sound all their own that will appeal to many different listeners.                 Facebook      Website

97. Lost In Los Angeles – The alternative-pop group from, where else, Los Angeles fuse brilliant, swelling melodies with cinematic flare that will leave you both breathless and entranced. With each track, LiLA showcases incredible talent, originality, and an irresistible musicality.      Facebook      Website

98. Alexz Johnson – The incredibly talented singer-songwriter/actress is still wowing fans with her music. Each release adds a new layer to this brilliant artist. Her latest album, Let ‘Em Eat Cake, is out now, and she’ll be on tour in 2015!              Facebook      Website

99. Typefighter – The self-described “garage pop” group from D.C. released their first full-length, The End of Everything, in 2014, garnering praise from critics left and right. With a larger-than-life sound, we predict that 2015 holds big things for the group this year.                  Facebook      Website

100. Eilidh McKellar – The indie-rock/blues songstress from Scotland will knock your socks off. With her old-school style and progressive attitude, McKellar brings soul with her spectacular vocals and a knack for making her guitar sing.                 Facebook      Website




So there you have it! Be sure to go and check out these awesome artists, and keep your eyes peeled for their music throughout the new year. Planet Stereo will still be on the look-out for new/up and coming artists in 2015, so if you know someone whose music we have to hear, be sure to send them our way!


Happy New Year…

2015 fireworks

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VIDEO: Sleepwave – “The Wolf”

Sleepwave have released a music video for their new single, “The Wolf.” You can watch the video below:


The band will be releasing Broken Compass on September 16th via Epitaph Records. Don’t forget to pre-order your copy!

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1001 Songs Challenge: Day 11 (FINALLY BACK ON TRACK)



First of all, let me apologize for my lack of updates. I have been ridiculously busy and had no time. The good news is, you’re in for a treat! I have tons of pictures to share from the Taking Back Sunday, The Used, Tonight Alive, and Sleepwave show the other night. But for now, onto the classics!

Day Eleven was one I was dreading. My first day back after a few days off, and I was convinced I was going to hit a roadblock and not want to listen at all. I am very pleased to report that I was wrong.


1. One For My Baby (and One More For The Road) – Frank Sinatra

Ahh, Sinatra; the good stuff. You want to hear a true classic, you let Sinatra’s voice fill your room. If you say you don’t want to dance or sing, you’re a dirty liar. This track was his breakthrough from teen sensation to icon, and it is fabulous. There is so much conviction and emotion behind Sinatra’s voice, that it is a truly memorable song.

2. Le poinçonneur des Lilas – Serge Gainsbourg

The piano melody featured is familiar, but I am almost positive I’ve never heard the actual song before. I found myself enjoying it, especially because it produced a feeling of nostalgia in me; I felt like I was back in French class while my teacher tried to “immerse” us in French culture. Serge Gainsbourg’s rapid French only adds to the song’s charm, surprisingly.

3. Nel blu dipinto di blu – Domenico Modugno

This is a beautiful song, and I remember loving it as a kid. Mind you, I was used to a cover with a more rapid pace, but I think that has helped me fall in love with the original. A perfect Italian track!

4. All I Have To Do Is Dream – The Everly Brothers

I actually like this song. I think it’s a sweet love song, with a memorable sound that is indicative of the culture shift in the US during the 1950s; a very mellow/rock and roll sound had developed, and it was becoming more and more popular…the innocence is also there, “Gee wiz,” as a lyric is a sign of that (“Gee wilickers, Wally!”).

5. To Know Him Is To Love Him – The Teddy Bears

There is a reason this song has remained a classic all of these years: it’s sweet, melodic, and relatable. Unrequited love will always be around, and there will be many more people to sing about it, even if they don’t carry off the perfect vocal harmonies featured here.

6. Brand New Cadillac – Vince Taylor & His Playboys

The opening guitar of this track is iconic, and probably what sets it apart from the rest. There is a true rock and roll feel to this song, especially with the bluesy, “Baby, baby, baby”s thrown in. What a shame Vince Taylor kind of lost the plot towards the end.

7. What I’d Say (Parts 1 & 2) – Ray Charles

You may recognize this song on sound, especially during the opening notes. Ray Charles was an amazing piano player, as well as a talented vocalist, and Parts 1 & 2 of this song showcase that wonderfully.

8. I Only Have Eyes For You – The Flamingos

I’ve never been huge on this song, though that could be due to the fact that it’s been used in far too many annoying ads in the last few years. No matter what circumstances I hear it in now, I’ll never fully appreciate it, thanks to advertisements.

9. Ne me quitte pas – Jacques Brel

There is a definite sadness and desperation in this song, in which Jacques is literally pleading, “Don’t leave!” With the heart wrenching piano melody accompanying his solid, emotional vocals, no one can resist the impeccable song.

10. Shout (Parts 1 & 2) – The Isley Brothers

Completely classic. Most of us will recognize this as the track you would hear at every single wedding ever.


Overall, Day Eleven felt good, because I felt odd after not listening to ten classics a day for a few days. I enjoyed the mix of jazzier tracks and classic rock and roll. Each track was enjoyable, and most were recognizable. As I’ve said before, I really enjoy hearing the progression of each genre, and the development of artists.

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LIVE REVIEW: Taking Back Sunday & The Used



I am convinced that one of the requirements to be a band on this tour was: LEAD SINGER MUST BE A BUNDLE OF ENERGY.

That’s one thing I clocked almost immediately. Each lead singer was electric. In fact, I would go as far as saying that each band had a buzzing energy about them, which is very much appreciated. After going to a few shows, it’s common to see one member of the group jumping around happily like a kid, while the rest just kind of stand around and “do their part.” Not on this tour.

This tour was refreshing, like doing a cannonball into cool water on a blisteringly hot day.

Sleepwave kicked off the sold out show, and finale to the tour, and shook the crowd. The St. Petersburg-based band is full of familiar faces during their live shows, which added to many of the attendees’ curiosity.

While I had listened to Sleepwave before, and seen many of the live members in their other bands, I had never seen them live, and I have to say, I was impressed. Their set was energetic, crowd-pleasing, and interactive. They appeared to enjoy being on stage as much as the crowd enjoyed listening to them, which made for great entertainment.

Next up was Tonight Alive. One thing I found amusing about this set was the reaction of male audience members afterwards: “Man, that chick was awesome. You never see a girl fronting a band like that, dude.” Perhaps a slightly ignorant comment, considering the many wonderful front-women out there, but I suppose it’s a decent compliment. Jenna McDougall is a powerhouse who is truly awe-inspiring. After watching her dance and jump around on stage like she does, it’s incredible she still has the breath to belt out the words to the songs. The interaction amongst the group was fun to see as well; the sly grins and nods to one another as they played really solidified the image of “team” between each member.

As Matt Best went to town on the drums, the crowd seemed to follow along, becoming increasingly excited.

By the time The Used hit the stage, the House Of Blues had a real spark to it; the energy in the room was enough to generate the club’s electricity for the evening.

The set for The Used was amazing, and almost impossible to tear my eyes away from. With stacked TV-boxes filled with lights, “USED” was spelt out across the stage, illuminating the crowd and adding a really cool feel to the overall set. The band shot out like a bat out of hell, with Bert McCracken jumping like a maniac, with infectious energy that quickly spread itself among the venue. As someone who was already a fan, I didn’t think The Used could impress me any more than usual, but I found myself in awe of their stage presence, which, pardon the pun, considering their set design, seemed to illuminate the whole room.

Of course, the one aspect of their show I found myself admiring the most was their interaction with every person in the room; there was a joke or two, a statement, and of course, a few, “HEY ORLANDO, HOW YOU FEELING TONIGHT?!”

You cannot buy good crowd-interaction, and it is steadily becoming a lost art form thanks to the now-common human inability to communicate face-to-face rather than screen-to-screen.

The excitement for Taking Back Sunday pushed forward, and when the band hit the stage, it was like a balloon, slowly filling with air, had finally popped. The screaming and singing; even the dancing! It was like the night had hit a point where each concert attendee could no longer contain themselves, not that I could blame them.

I was buzzing at seeing the group that had graced so many copies of magazines I grew up reading; whose songs had filled my room many a time, from when I was thirteen to now. I didn’t know whether to snap a photo or stare up at them and grin like an idiot.

Their set, much like the other groups that evening, was full of fun and high-packed with a good dose of energy.

It was during Taking Back Sunday’s set that I recognized many of the characteristics of other bands I loved watching live; the way Adam Lazzara swings the microphone around his neck and all over the place, the certain movements Eddie Reyes made while focusing in on a chord. Just noticing those things made me realize how influential this band has been over the years, and it’s a very cool thing to spot, as is Adam Lazzara’s dancing skills. Seriously. Watch his feet next time he performs. He is surprisingly graceful.

Overall, I found the show to be incredible. The line-up was perfect; each band seemed to compliment each other well without imitation. Below are two close-up shots I took. The rest of the photos will be live in the next two or three days on FACEBOOK. Be sure to ‘like’ us!



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Taking Back Sunday Release New Album, Happiness Is, Today

Taking Back Sunday have released their new album, Happiness Is via Hopeless Records. The album was produced by Marc Jacob Hudson (Saves The Day, The Swellers) and Mike Sapone (Brand New, O’Brother), and written over a two-year period with no involvement from a label for the first time since 2002’s debut Tell All Your Friends. Taking Back Sunday recently released a video for single “Stood A Chance“, which you can see below. The new album Happiness Is, including single “Stood A Chance,” can be purchased, here: http://hopelessrecords.merchnow.com, or on iTunes now at: http://bit.ly/1qMBCz8



Taking Back Sunday is a band that truly needs no introduction, standing as an icon since their 1999 formation in Long Island. Evolving from a young punk band, each member has forged a successful career. Happiness Is is a remarkable showcase of new musical space for the musicians, as well as a new perspective that can only come with age and experience. Despite the differences of the album, listeners new and old are sure to find themselves taken with each track. This is the group’s second album since reviving the classic lineup of Adam Lazzara (vox), John Nolan (guitar/vox), Eddie Reyes (guitar), Shaun Cooper (bass), and Mark O’Connell (drums).


The band is currently on the road with The Used for a North American Co-Headlining tour. Dates are selling out well in advance for this run with 50% of the shows already sold out including 3 New York Dates! The band has also announced additional headlining dates during the run. These select dates will be with Tonight Alive and Sleepwave. To purchase tickets, please visit: www.takingbacksunday.com.


For more information, please visit:

Website: www.takingbacksunday.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/TakingBackSunday

Twitter: twitter.com/tbsofficial

YouTube: www.youtube.com/takingbacksunday


Tour Dates:

Headlining Dates w/Tonight Alive & Sleepwave


3/18    Marquee Theatre                                        Phoenix, AZ – SOLD OUT

3/19    Palladium                                                     Los Angeles, CA

3/21    In The Venue                                               Salt Lake City, UT

3/22    In The Venue                                               Salt Lake City, UT

3/23    Knitting Factory                                            Boise, ID

3/25    Warfield                                                        San Francisco, CA

3/27    Palladium                                                     Los Angeles, CA – SOLD OUT

3/28    House of Blues                                            San Diego, CA – SOLD OUT

3/29    Extreme Thing                                             Las Vegas, NV

3/30    Sunshine Theater *                                     Albuquerque, NM

4/1      Ogden Theatre                                            Denver, CO – SOLD OUT

4/2      Sokol                                                            Omaha, NE – SOLD OUT

4/4      Eagles Ballroom                                         Milwaukee, WI

4/5      Concord Music Hall                                    Chicago, IL – SOLD OUT

4/6      Fillmore                                                        Detroit, MI – SOLD OUT

4/8      Kool Haus                                                    Toronto, ON – SOLD OUT

4/9      The Armory                                                  Rochester, NY

4/10    The Chance *                                              Poughkeepsie, NY

4/11    Webster Theatre                                         Hartford, CT – SOLD OUT

4/12    House of Blues                                           Boston, MA – SOLD OUT

4/13    Tower Theatre                                             Philadelphia, PA – SOLD OUT

4/15    Best Buy Theater                                        New York, NY – SOLD OUT

4/16    Best Buy Theater                                        New York, NY – SOLD OUT

4/17    The State Theater *                                     Portland, ME

4/18    Lupos *                                                         Providence, RI

4/19    Sands                                                           Bethlehem, PA

4/21    Best Buy Theater                                        New York, NY – SOLD OUT

4/22    Fillmore                                                        Silver Spring, MD – SOLD OUT

4/24    The Tabernacle                                           Atlanta, GA

4/25    Freebird Live *                                             Jacksonville, FL

4/26    Revolution                                                    Ft. Lauderdale, FL – SOLD OUT

4/27    House of Blues                                            Orlando, FL – SOLD OUT

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Taking Back Sunday Stream Happiness Is on Pandora & Amazon Today

Taking Back Sunday have partnered with both Pandora and Amazon to stream their new album, Happiness Istoday, March 11th! The band will be releasing Happiness Is on March 18th via Hopeless Records. The single & video for “Stood A Chance” was released last week, and you can see it below! The track is also available for purchase on iTunes now at: http://bit.ly/1fUCBbV.
To stream Happiness Isplease visit Pandora, here: http://bit.ly/1glCEtA or Amazon, here: http://amzn.to/1elN106.


The band will also be hitting the road with The Used for a North American Co-Headlining tour this spring. Dates are selling out well in advance for this run with 50% of the shows already sold out including 3 New York Dates! The band has also announced additional headlining dates during the run. These select dates will be with Tonight Alive and Sleepwave. To purchase tickets, please visit: www.takingbacksunday.com
To pre-order Happiness Is visit:  


For more information, please visit:

Website: www.takingbacksunday.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/TakingBackSunday

Twitter: twitter.com/tbsofficial

YouTube: www.youtube.com/takingbacksunday


Tour Dates:

Headlining Dates w/Tonight Alive & Sleepwave


3/14    Quiktrip Park – South By So What               Dallas, TX

3/15    Backstage Live                                             San Antonio, TX

3/16    Bayou Music Centre – HWHAP Fest            Houston, TX

3/18    Marquee Theatre                                           Phoenix, AZ – SOLD OUT

3/19    Palladium                                                      Los Angeles, CA

3/21    In The Venue                                                 Salt Lake City, UT

3/22    In The Venue                                                 Salt Lake City, UT

3/23    Knitting Factory                                             Boise, ID

3/25    Warfield                                                         San Francisco, CA

3/27    Palladium                                                       Los Angeles, CA – SOLD OUT

3/28    House of Blues                                              San Diego, CA – SOLD OUT

3/29    Extreme Thing                                               Las Vegas, NV

3/30    Sunshine Theater *                                       Albuquerque, NM

4/1       Ogden Theatre                                             Denver, CO – SOLD OUT

4/2       Sokol                                                            Omaha, NE – SOLD OUT

4/4       Eagles Ballroom                                           Milwaukee, WI

4/5       Concord Music Hall                                      Chicago, IL – SOLD OUT

4/6       Fillmore                                                         Detroit, MI – SOLD OUT

4/8       Kool Haus                                                     Toronto, ON – SOLD OUT

4/9       The Armory                                                   Rochester, NY

4/10    The Chance *                                                Poughkeepsie, NY

4/11    Webster Theatre                                           Hartford, CT – SOLD OUT

4/12    House of Blues                                              Boston, MA – SOLD OUT

4/13    Tower Theatre                                               Philadelphia, PA – SOLD OUT

4/15    Best Buy Theater                                          New York, NY – SOLD OUT

4/16    Best Buy Theater                                          New York, NY – SOLD OUT

4/17    The State Theater *                                      Portland, ME

4/18    Lupos *                                                          Providence, RI

4/19    Sands                                                            Bethlehem, PA

4/21    Best Buy Theater                                          New York, NY – SOLD OUT

4/22    Fillmore                                                         Silver Spring, MD – SOLD OUT

4/24    The Tabernacle                                            Atlanta, GA

4/25    Freebird Live *                                              Jacksonville, FL

4/26    Revolution                                                     Ft. Lauderdale, FL – SOLD OUT

4/27    House of Blues                                             Orlando, FL – SOLD OUT

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UPDATE: Taking Back Sunday & The Used Tour Dates

Taking Back Sunday have announced additional headlining dates during their North American co-headlining tour with The Used this spring, as Planet Stereo reported last week. These select dates will be with Tonight Alive and Sleepwave. These limited tickets will have a special reduced service fee along with a sale price to pre-order Taking Back Sunday’s album, Happiness Is. General ticket sales began this morning. To purchase tickets and for more information, please visit: www.takingbacksunday.com.

Taking Back Sunday released their video for single, “Flicker, Fade”, which was directed by DJay Brawner, Lazzara tells us,“We haven’t made a video in a while and we didn’t want to overthink it so we connected with some creative folks and said ‘remember when music videos could just be about a song?’  We found a cool location that we feel matched the mood of Flicker, Fade and made a performance video that showcased the song itself.  The result was exactly what we were chasing. No heavy story line to distract from the mood, just a moment in time to live inside the music we created.”



The band will be releasing their new album, Happiness Ison March 18th via Hopeless Records produced by Marc Jacob Hudson and Mike Sapone, and mixed by Claudius Mittendorfer.  You can pre-order Happiness Is and get an instant download of single ‘Flicker, Fade”, by visiting: hopelessrecords.com/happinessis.


Tour Dates:

2/19    McClusky’s                                                    Kingston, UK

2/20    Luxor                                                              Koln, Germany

2/21    Melkweg                                                         Amsterdamn, Netherlands

2/22    Fleche D’or                                                     Paris, France

2/23    Kasbah                                                           Coventry, UK

2/26    Koko                                                               London, UK

3/2      Scape – The Ground Theater                         Singapore, Singapore


Tour Dates:

Headlining Dates w/Tonight Alive & Sleepwave


3/14    Quiktrip Park – South By So What               Dallas, TX

3/15    Backstage Live                                            San Antonio, TX

3/16    Bayou Music Centre – HWHAP Fest          Houston, TX

3/18    Marquee Theatre                                         Phoenix, AZ

3/19    Palladium                                                     Los Angeles, CA

3/21    In The Venue                                            Salt Lake City, UT

3/22    In The Venue                                           Salt Lake City, UT

3/23    Knitting Factory                                     Boise, ID

3/25    Warfield                                                    San Francisco, CA

3/27    Palladium                                                  Los Angeles, CA – SOLD OUT

3/28    House of Blues                                        San Diego, CA – SOLD OUT

3/29    Extreme Thing                                        Las Vegas, NV

3/30    Sunshine Theater *                Albuquerque, NM

4/1      Ogden Theatre                                         Denver, CO

4/2      Sokol                                                            Omaha, NE

4/4      Eagles Ballroom                                      Milwaukee, WI

4/5      Concord Music Hall                               Chicago, IL – SOLD OUT

4/6      Fillmore                                                      Detroit, MI

4/8      Kool Haus                                                  Toronto, ON

4/9      The Armory                                               Rochester, NY

4/10    The Chance *                            Poughkeepsie, NY

4/11    Webster Theatre                                      Hartford, CT

4/12    House of Blues                                          Boston, MA – SOLD OUT

4/13    Tower Theatre                                           Philadelphia, PA

4/15    Best Buy Theater                                        New York, NY – SOLD OUT

4/16    Best Buy Theater                                        New York, NY – SOLD OUT 

4/17    The State Theater *                    Portland, ME

4/18    Lupos *                                          Providence, RI

4/19    Sands                                                                 Bethlehem, PA

4/21    Best Buy Theater                                          New York, NY

4/22    Fillmore                                                           Silver Spring, MD

4/24    The Tabernacle                                             Atlanta, GA

4/25    Freebird Live *                             Jacksonville, FL

4/26    Revolution                                                      Ft.Lauderdale, FL

4/27    House of Blues                                              Orlando, FL

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The Used & Taking Back Sunday Announce Sold Out Shows & Additional Dates Added!



The Used and Taking Back Sunday announced their co-headlining tour just over a week ago, and already, some of the shows have sold out. Don’t worry! They’ve announced a few special add-ons for the North American tour that kicks off this spring! The bands have sold out their Los Angeles, San Diego, Chicago, Boston, and both New York City Dates.

Lucky for L.A. and N.Y.C., the bands have announced a second L.A. date at the Palladium on March 19th, and a third N.Y.C. date at the Best Buy Theater on April 21st. Tickets will go on sale this Friday (Feb. 7th), with NYC going live at 12pm EST and LA going up at 10am PST. Applauze will be running an additional pre-sale for both shows, offering a limited amount of discounted ticket + album bundles.

The tour will kick off on March 14th in Dallas, TX and wrap on April 27th in Orlando, FL, with specials guests Tonight Alive and Sleepwave. To purchase tickets and for more information, please visit: http://theused.net orhttp://www.takingbacksunday.com.

For more information on The Used, please visit:


Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheUsed

Twitter: twitter.com/WeAreTheUsed

YouTube: www.youtube.com/THEUSEDCHANNEL


For more information on Taking Back Sunday, please visit:


Facebook: www.facebook.com/TakingBackSunday

Twitter: twitter.com/tbsofficial

YouTube: www.youtube.com/takingbacksunday


Tour Dates *All Dates Now On-Sale*:

3/14    Quiktrip Park – South By So What            Dallas, TX

3/15    Backstage Live                                                   San Antonio, TX

3/16    Bayou Music Centre – HWHAP Fest        Houston, TX

3/18    Marquee Theatre                                             Phoenix, AZ

3/19    Palladium                                         Los Angeles, CA

3/21    In The Venue                                                     Salt Lake City, UT

3/22    In The Venue                                                    Salt Lake City, UT

3/23    Knitting Factory                                             Boise, ID

3/25    Warfield                                                            San Francisco, CA

3/27    Palladium                                                         Los Angeles, CA – SOLD OUT

3/28    House of Blues                                              San Diego, CA – SOLD OUT

3/29    Extreme Thing                                               Las Vegas, NV

4/1      Ogden Theatre                                                Denver, CO

4/2      Sokol                                                                  Omaha, NE

4/4      Eagles Ballroom                                            Milwaukee, WI

4/5      Concord Music Hall                                     Chicago, IL – SOLD OUT

4/6      Fillmore                                                           Detroit, MI

4/8      Kool Haus                                                       Toronto, ON

4/9      The Armory                                                   Rochester, NY

4/11    Webster Theatre                                          Hartford, CT

4/12    House of Blues                                              Boston, MA – SOLD OUT

4/13    Tower Theatre                                              Philadelphia, PA

4/15    Best Buy Theatre                                          New York, NY – SOLD OUT

4/16    Best Buy Theatre                                          New York, NY – SOLD OUT

4/19    Sands                                                                 Bethlehem, PA

4/21    Best Buy Theater                         New York, NY

4/22    Fillmore                                                           Silver Spring, MD

4/24    The Tabernacle                                             Atlanta, GA

4/26    Revolution                                                      Ft.Lauderdale, FL

4/27    House of Blues                                              Orlando, FL

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The Used Co-headlining Tour With Taking Back Sunday


The Used, who will be releasing their sixth studio album, Imaginary Enemy, on April 1st have just announced a North American co-headling tour this spring with Taking By Sunday. The tour will kick off on March 14th in Dallas, and end on April 27th in Orlando, with special guests Tonight Alive and Sleepwave.

Fans can purchase digital versions of both The Used and Taking Back Sunday’s new albums with a ticket starting today at 2pm EST via Applauze.  These limited tickets will have a special reduced service fee along with a sale price to pre-order either or both albums.  If you download the free Applauze app for iPhone/iPod Touch there is an additional specially priced bundle that includes both albums. There will also be an artist pre-sale beginning today at 2pm local time. General ticket sales will begin on Friday, January 31st at 10am local time. To purchase tickets and for more information, please visit: http://theused.net

For more information on The Used, please visit:

Website: www.TheUsed.net

Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheUsed

Twitter: twitter.com/WeAreTheUsed

YouTube: www.youtube.com/THEUSEDCHANNEL


Pre-Order Imaginary Enemy, here: http://bit.ly/1d5Wbwi

Tour Dates w/ Taking Back Sunday:

3/14             Quiktrip Park – South By So What              Dallas, TX  *on sale, here: http://ticketf.ly/MkW6zF

3/15             Backstage Live                                        San Antonio, TX

3/16             Bayou Music Centre – HWHAP Fest           Houston, TX

3/18             Marquee Theatre                                       Phoenix, AZ

3/21             In The Venue                                            Salt Lake City, UT

3/22             In The Venue                                            Salt Lake City, UT

3/23             Knitting Factory                                         Boise, ID

3/25             Warfield                                                    San Francisco, CA

3/27             Palladium                                                  Los Angeles, CA

3/28             House of Blues                                          San Diego, CA

3/29             Extreme Thing                                           Las Vegas, NV *on sale, here: http://bit.ly/19XheGq

4/1               Ogden Theatre                                           Denver, CO

4/2               Sokol                                                        Omaha, NE

4/4               Eagles Ballroom                                         Milwaukee, WI

4/5               Concord Music Hall                                     Chicago, IL

4/6               Fillmore                                                      Detroit, MI

4/8               Kool Haus                                                   Toronto, ON

4/9               The Armory                                                 Rochester, NY

4/11             Webster Theatre                                          Hartford, CT

4/12             House of Blues                                            Boston, MA

4/13             Tower Theatre                                              Philadelphia, PA

4/15             Best Buy Theatre                                         New York, NY

4/19             Sands                                                         Bethlehem, PA

4/22             Fillmore                                                       Silver Spring, MD

4/24             The Tabernacle                                            Atlanta, GA

4/26             Revolution                                                   Ft.Lauderdale, FL

4/27             House of Blues                                            Orlando, FL
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