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The Smith Street Band announce Australian summer tour w/ Joyce Manor & Cheap Girls

Melbourne folk-punks The Smith Street Band have announced a slew of Australian summer tour dates with the likes of Joyce Manor and Cheap Girls.

Click here to check out a full list of dates and locations they will be playing.

The Smith Street Band last released “Sunshine and Technology” in 2012 via Poison City Records.



Initial lineup/dates for Poison City Weekender announced (Smith Street Band, Joyce Manor, Cheap Girls and more)

The folks at Melbourne, Australia’s Poison City Records are putting together the lineup for the 2013 installment of their Poison City Weekender festival, and it seems like a good one so far.

The festival is slated to take place September 6-8 at various venues throughout Melbourne. Announced acts thus far include the Smith Street Band, Joyce Manor, Cheap Girls, Cory Branan (my personal favorite) and a bunch more. Click here for up-to-date info.



Cheap Girls and Make Do and Mend announce co-headlining tour

Cheap Girls and Make Do and Mend have announced a co-headlining tour with support from Diamond Youth. The tour kicks off May 17 and carries through the middle of June. Check out the dates here.

 

 



Sean Bonnette (Andrew Jackson Jihad) announces solo US dates

Sean Bonnette, one-half of the normal Andrew Jackson Jihad lineup, has announced a slew of solo US tour dates.

After AJJ plays a show in their native Arizona on April 6th, Sean heads to Chicago to kick off his tour, which runs through April 27th in Lansing, MI. He’ll be joined by Ian from Cheap Girls. Click here for the full rundown.

Andrew Jackson Jihad’s last album was “Knife Man,” released in 2011 via Asian Man Records.



Cheap Girls release live album, “Barely Alive”

Michigan rockers Cheap Girls  have self-released an eight song live album titled Barely Alive in Grand Rapids, MI 12/30/12.  The set was taken from the band’s final show of 2012, and, as the title implies, recorded in Grand Rapids, MI.

You can listen to it right here.

Cheap Girls released their most recent album, Giant Orange in February of 2012 via Rise Records.



Free Album Download: Cheap Girls – “My Roaring 20’s” (acoustic version)

Michigan rockers, Cheap Girls, have released the acoustic version of their album “My Roaring 20’s” today via Quote Unquote Records.  You can stream and/0r download that bad bay for free (or pay what you want) right here.

The band also recently announced that they’ve begun working on a new full-length album.

Cheap Girls released their last album “Giant Orange” in February of 2012.



Cheap Girls working on new full-length, releasing acoustic version of “My Roaring 20’s”

Via a lengthy update on their blog Michigan rockers, Cheap Girls, have announced that they are finally releasing the acoustic version of their album “My Roaring 20’s” on January 14th via Quote Unquote Records.  Regarding the acoustic album the band writes:

“We recorded this a couple years back and have been trying to figure out a decent time to get it out. It is exactly what it seems like – an acoustic version of our second record. Not simply a boring guitar/vocal record, but with plenty of additional fun things that we thought were a good idea throughout recording. I’m listening to it right now and I’ve gotta say that it certainly retains a fair amount of “charm.” The recording was done in early 2010, when we were doing a fair amount of shows around Small Brown Bike’s reunion and becoming good friends with them. Dan and Mike were actually the ones with the idea for doing this. We recorded it in Dan’s basement and Mike acted as producer/idea man. If I remember correctly the weird guitar on “Sunnyside” was done by him, along with some vocals. A real hodge-podge record. Maybe the hodgiest podgiest of any prior release.”

In addition, the band also stated the following relating to a new full-length:

“For the moment, we’re deep into work on songs for what will be our next record. It’s still in the early stages, but it’s coming along nicely and we’re enjoying ourselves as much as ever. It’s a bit premature to really go into too much detail, but we’ll be sure to let you know as things shape up.”

Cheap Girls released their last album “Giant Orange” in February of 2012.



Bouncing Souls announce UK tour

The Bouncing Souls are touring the UK in 2013 with support acts Cheap Girls and Luther. You can view the dates here.

Before they leave little ol’ Jersey, the band is playing their annual Home for the Holidays shows at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ.

The Bouncing Souls released their ninth studio album, “Comet”, in June 2012 on Rise Records.



The Drowning Men announce US tour dates w/ Cheap Girls & Bad Books; premier music video for “Lost In A Lullaby”

Oceanside California’s, The Drowning Men, have announced they will be hitting the road for a US tour with Cheap Girls, and Bad Books in the next few weeks. Along with that, they have premiered a music video for their song, “Lost In A Lullaby.”

You can check out a full list of dates and locations they will be playing, along with the music video here.

The Drowning Men last released “All of the Unknown” on July 17 via Borstal Beat.



Cheap Girls reissuing back catalog on Asian Man; may be releasing new 7-inch

Michigan rockers, Cheap Girls, have announced that they are planning to re-issue their first two albums “Find Me a Drink Home” and “My Roaring 20’s” on Asian Man Records. The two albums, which were originally released on Paper + Plastick, are already on their way to being re-pressed. Here’s what the band had to say

“The masters have been sent into the plant, I’m going over the artwork with Jeff Rosenstock to make a few slight adjustments to the inserts, and we hope to have everything ready to ship out sometime this fall. My guess is that they’ll be available sometime in October. We’ll keep you posted on the progress. “

In addition to the re-releases, the band is also considering the means of releasing b-sides and alternate recordings from their Rise Records debut “Giant Orange”, with a 7-inch option being likely. We’ll keep you updated as the details become available.

Cheap Girls released “Giant Orange” in February of this year.



Cheap Girls announce additional North American tour dates with The Front Bottoms

Michigan rockers, Cheap Girls, have announced additional North American tour dates this fall with support from The Front Bottoms.

You can check out the dates and locations here.

Cheap Girl’s latest album, “Giant Orange,” was released February 21st on Rise Records.

 



Tour: Cheap Girls announce fall tour dates w/ The Front Bottoms

Michigan rockers, Cheap Girls, have announced they will be heading out on a run of US tour dates this fall with support from The Front Bottoms.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations for the tour here.

Cheap Girl’s latest album, “Giant Orange,” was released February 21st on Rise Records.



Interview: Cheap Girls discusss Rise Records, producer Tom Gabel & more

Cheap Girls discuss signing to Rise Records, recording with Tom Gabel of Against Me! and their hometown and roots in this week’s Mostly Harmless Podcast. Also included are live tracks from their March 27th show at the Marquis Theater in Denver. Those tracks include: “No One To Blame” from their debut album, “Find Me A Drink Home,” Followed by “Sunnyside” from “My Roaring 20′s” and “Mercy Go Round” from new album “Giant Orange” wraps things up!

You can watch Cheap Girls singer, Ian Graham, perform acoustic version of “Cored To Empty” and “Hey Hey I’m Worn Out” right here.



Cheap Girls cover the Menzingers’ “Irish Goodbyes”

Cheap Girls from Michigan recently covered “Irish Goodbyes” by The Menzingers, and the results await you right here.

Both bands are gearing up for a short tour together, alongside The Sidekicks.  Check out the dates for that tour here.

Cheap Girls released their most recent album “Giant Orange” February 21st on Rise RecordsThe Menzingers most recently released “On The Impossible Past” on February 21st as well, by way of Epitaph Records.



Video: Cheap Girls perform acoustic cover of The Sidekicks‘ song “Peacock”

Michigan rockers, Cheap Girls, recently performed an acoustic cover of The Sidekicks‘ song “Peacock.”

You can watch the performance here.

Cheap Girl’s latest album, “Giant Orange,” was released February 21st on Rise Records.