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You Vandal (Pop-Punk) announce tour dates for November

Gainesville pop-punks You Vandal have announced tour dates for this November in support of their upcoming album “I Just Want To Go Back To Hell”. You can check the dates out below. The tour will take the band up and down the East Coast with stops in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Brookyln, and more. Last week the band released a teaser track titled “Collapse” which you can listen to here.

“I Just Want To Go Back To Hell” is due out on November 17th via Jumpstart Records.



You Vandal stream new song “Collapse”

Gainesville pop-punks You Vandal are streaming a new song called “Collapse.”

You can give it a listen here.

“Collapse” comes from the bands’ upcoming album I Just Want To Go Back To Hell, which is set to be released on November 17th via Jumpstart Records.



You Vandal to release sophomore album on Jumpstart Records

Gainesville pop-punks You Vandal have announced that they will be releasing their upcoming album, “I Just Want To Go Back To Hell,” on Jumpstart Records.

The album will be released on limited black and yellow 180 gram vinyl, CD, and digitally on November 17th.

You Vandal will also be making an appearance at The Fest 16 in Gainesville.



You Vandal announce fall tour with Seagulls

Gainesville indie/pop-punk act You Vandal and Atlanta pop-punk act Seagulls have announced some fall tour dates.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

You Vandal last released Abandon All Hope in 2015.  Seagulls last released a split with Karbomb in March via Say-10 Records.



Album Review: You Vandal – “Abandon All Hope”

You Vandal play a form of emotive pop punk somewhat removed from the saccharine variety their Saves the Day-inspired moniker might imply. Instead, the Gainesville group employs a 90s alternative-leaning sound that owes more to early Brand New and like-minded UK brethren Moose Blood. Sound like an interesting mix? It is!

Abandon All Hope ticks off the necessary boxes over the course of its satisfying run-time. The band at times echoes the uptempo flair of Jimmy Eat World, particularly on the title track, while vocalist Eric Cannon has a knack for channeling Adam Lazzara with his charismatic delivery and catchy lyricism. The album pleasantly eschews genre archetypes by occasionally slowing things down and settling into a melodic groove (“Pixies,” “O.K.”) or upping the distortion and letting their grunge influences shine through (“No Fun,” “Die Alone”).

The only knock against the album is that some of the slower tracks tend to run together, though when they’re this enjoyable is that really a con? Pop punk and emo aficionados and fans of the aforementioned bands should spend some time with You Vandal. They haven’t reached the genre-defining heights of their namesake, but they have put together an album with hooks for days and the tight musicianship of a group clearly working to hone their craft. Recommended listening.

3.5 / 5 – Listen below.

Standout tracks: “Abandon All Hope,” “Say It Out Loud,” “Take Me Home”



You Vandal give album update

Gainesville indie/pop-punk act You Vandal were set to release their debut LP, Abandon All Hope this week, but due to unforeseen circumstances, the band has pushed the physical release date back until at least September. However, the digital copy of the album will still be available on August 10, 2015 if you pre-order the album, and on August 14, 2015 everywhere else.

You can order Abandon All Hope by heading over here (US) or here (Canada).



Stream Jimmy Eat World tribute album “Sing It Back” (Wander, You Vandal, Dan Cribb & the Isolated)

Arizona pop-punk icons Jimmy Eat World changed the game when it comes to pop-punk. Since 2001 they have released hit after hit and have stood the test of time as a wildly popular and influential band of the 2000’s and today; so it is no surprise that a tribute album has been made honoring them. The album is called “Sing It Back” and you can give it a listen below.

The release is curated by Australian pop-punk band Dan Cribb & The Isolated and features the likes of Wander, Long Knives, Burn The City, You Vandal and more. Proceeds from the album will go directly to Unicef’s Nepal Earthquake Children’s Appeal to help raise awareness over the ongoing struggles surrounding the aftershock of the devastating Nepal earthquakes.



DS Exclusive: Listen to You Vandal’s new track “Die Alone”

Gainesville indie/pop-punk act You Vandal are gearing up to release their new full-length Abandon All Hope on August 4th through Chisel Records, and we’re very excited to be exclusively streaming a new track from the album!

Give “Die Alone” a listen below, and if you like what you hear, you can pre-order the record by heading over here (US) or here (Canada).



You Vandal sign to Chisel Records for release of new album “Abandon All Hope”, premiere new song “Pixies”

It’s been a couple years since we’ve heard new material from indie/pop-punk act You Vandal but this August the dry spell will be coming to an end.  The Gainesville four piece has just announced that they’ll be releasing a new full-length album titled “Abandon All Hope” in digital and vinyl formats via Chisel Records and we’re stoked to bring you your first taste of what’s to come!

Stream “Pixies”, a brand new song from the pending album, below.

“Abandon All Hope” will be out August 4th.



You Vandal release new song “Do Me A Favor”

Gainesville, FL pop-punk band You Vandal have released a new song on their Bandcamp page titled “Do Me A Favor”.  If you dig it you can download it for name-your-own-price download.

The band released their full-length “Stories You Can’t Share” in 2010, and the “Revisions” EP earlier this summer.



You Vandal release new album “Stories You Can’t Share”, streaming 3 new songs

Gainesville pop-punk act You Vandal quietly released their new full-length album, Stories You Can’t Share, today.  To sample the album you can stream 3 of its tracks on the band’s MySpace page.

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