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New Video: Jeff Caudill (Gameface) – “I Wouldn’t Wait” from new EP, “Reset The Sun”

With Gameface back on indefinite hiatus, it’s been a minute or two since we’ve heard from Jeff Caudill, but that doesn’t mean he’s been staying quiet. He’s got a brand-new EP, Reset The Sun, that’s due out in a limited vinyl run today as an official Record Store Day release (it came out on digital formats yesterday).

For a hint as to the smooth, modern Americana vibe that is featured on Reset The Sun, Caudill has released a video for the track “I Wouldn’t Wait.” Check it out below.

Gameface, as you probably know, have been quiet since the 2014 release of their latest full-length, Now Is What Matters Now, which itself was their first album in over a decade.



Music Video: Gameface – “Frames”

SoCal rockers Gameface have released a music video for their song “Frames” which is taken from the band’s latest full-length album, Now Is What Matters Now. Check it out below.

The band have recently released a limited edition split  7″ with Old Flings through Speedowax, which features both the studio version and an acoustic demo of “Frames.” The split can be purchased here.

Now Is What Matters Now was released in 2014 through Equal Vision Records.



Music Video: Gameface – “Always On”

SoCal rockers Gameface have just launched their latest music video, which is for their track “Always On” from their sixth full-length album Now Is What Matters Now. You can check it out below.

Now Is What Matters Now was released earlier this year via Equal Vision Records. Since then, however, the group has also put out a 7″ record titled Regular Size, which was launched on October 7th, also on Equal Vision.

On the video, vocalist and guitarist Jeff Caudill commented:

One of the best memories of writing this album was all the nights spent hammering out the songs. There’s a certain electricity in the air when things fall into place – when everyone is on. Director George Nienhuis did an incredible job of capturing us rocking like nobody’s watching.



Gameface release cover of Justin Timberlake’s “Mirrors”

SoCal rockers Gameface are currently streaming their cover of Justin Timberlake’s song “Mirrors” online. The song is featured as the b-side of the band’s new 7″ record, Regular Size, which was released today through Equal Vision Records. Stream the song below.

Gameface previously released their sixth full-length album, Now Is What Matters Now, earlier this year, also through Equal Vision Records.



Gameface announces new 7″ vinyl release and premieres new video

SoCal rockers  Gameface are putting out a new 7″, which will be released October 7th on Equal Vision Records.  The 7″ includes a cover of Justin Timberlake’s “Mirrors,” as well as the song “Regular Size” which you can preview in the lyric video below.

The band released a full-length album called Now is What Matters Now earlier this year after they reunited following a hiatus.



Gameface announces June tour with Restorations

Southern California rockers Gameface have just announced a string of tour dates with Restorations for the month of June. The band released their first album back in March since their reunion, and it looks like they’re here to stay.

Gameface will be touring around the East Coast, so be sure to have a look at specific dates and locations below.

“Now Is What Matters Now” was released March 18th through Equal Vision Records.



Cover Art Battle (March 18th): I Am The Avalanche, Taking Back Sunday, Gameface & more

In this week’s Cover Art Battle, we have brand new releases from I Am The AvalancheTaking Back Sunday, Gameface, La Dispute, Buried In Verona, and Banquets / Nightmares For A Week (it’s a split!).

Check out all of the artwork for these releases and cast your votes in the poll below!

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Gameface releases music video for “Picture Day” off new album “Now Is What Matters Now”

Today marks the the release of the recently reunited Gameface‘s sixth full-length studio album, “Now Is What Matters Now”, through Equal Vision Records.

The band has made and just released a new music video for their song, “Picture Day”, which appears on the new album.

You can watch it below.

The new album also features several guest vocalists including Kay Hanley (Letters To Cleo), Frank Daly (Big Drill Car), Jon Bunch (Sense Field) and Arty Shepherd (Errortype:11).

The four-piece released a 7” featuring two new recordings on November 5, 2013, including “Come On Down”, their first brand new song in nearly a decade.



Full Album Stream: Gameface – “Now Is What Matters Now”

The recently reunited Gameface are streaming their upcoming album “Now Is What Matters Now” in its entirety and you can give it a listen over here.

“Now Is What Matters Now” is set to be released on March 18th through Equal Vision Records. It will be the band’s first album since 2003’s “Four To Go.



Gameface stream new song “The Quiet Type”

The recently reunited Gameface are streaming a new song entitled “The Quiet Type” and you can check it out right here.

The track will be appearing on the band’s upcoming album “Now is What Matters Now,” which is set to be released on March 18th through Equal Vision Records.



Gameface to release new album “Now Is What Matters Now”

The recently reunited Gameface will release their sixth full-length studio album, “Now is What Matters Now”, on March 18, 2014 via Equal Vision Records.

“We’ve been given a gift to be able to do this again and we’re not squandering it. I can confidently say that this is the best record we’ve ever made,” shares vocalist/guitarist Jeff Caudill. “Old fans are gonna be psyched. It has the musicianship of Every Last Time and the heart of Three To Get Ready. This album is about letting go of the past, forgetting regret and moving forward – making the most of now.”

The new album also features several guest vocalists including Kay Hanley (Letters To Cleo), Frank Daly (Big Drill Car), Jon Bunch (Sense Field) and Arty Shepherd (Errortype:11).

The four-piece released a 7” featuring two new recordings on November 5, 2013, including “Come On Down”, their first brand new song in nearly a decade.

Pre-orders for “Now Is What Matters Now” will launch in the coming weeks, along with details on an upcoming CD release show.



New Song: Gameface – “Come On Down”

The recently reunited Gameface have released their first brand new song in nearly a decade. Titled “Come On Down”, the song will appear as the A-side on the band’s upcoming two song 7-inch, Come On Down / The Only Chance We Get.

You can check it out here.

Gameface will  release Come On Down / The Only Chance We Get on November 5, 2013 and a brand new album in 2014, both through Equal Vision Records. The band’s last album before originally breaking up was 2003′s Four to Go on Doghouse Records.



Gameface released studio footage

The recently reunited Gameface have released a short teaser video of the band in the studio, presumably working on the band’s as-of-yet untitled 2014 release. You can check out the clip below.

Gameface will be releasing a two song 7-inch titled Come On Down / The Only Chance We Get on November 5, 2013 and a brand new album in 2014, both through Equal Vision Records. The band’s last album before originally breaking up was 2003’s Four to Go on Doghouse Records.



Gameface sign to Equal Vision, to release first new recordings in a decade

Southern California rockers, Gameface, have reunited  for their first new recordings in a decade. The band, who formed in 1991, will be releasing a new album in 2014 through Equal Vision Records. Before that, they will release a two song 7-inch titled “Come On Down / The Only Chance We Get” on November 5, 2013.

You can check out the video announcement here.

“Come On Down” is a brand new track, and “The Only Chance We Get” is a new version of the previously released song from Gameface’s 1995 release, “Three to Get Ready.” The revamped version also now includes guest back-up vocals from Ingo Knollmann (Donots) and Mike McTernan (Damnation A.D.). The band released “Four To Go” in 2003 through Doghouse Records.