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Reel Big Fish announce new album “Life Sucks… Let’s Dance!”, premiere new single “You Can’t Have All Of Me”

Reel Big Fish are back with the surprise release of a new single titled, “You Can’t Have All Of Me,” and have announced plans to release ‘Life Sucks…Let’s Dance!,’ their first LP of brand new material in 6 years, on December 21 via Rock Ridge Music.

The single, a high energy skank-athom that is sure to please both longtime fans and new converts, is one of 14 new tracks that makes up the upcoming album. Check out the music for it below.

Reel Big Fish announce “Tickle My Tiki TOURch” dates with Ballyhoo!, We Are The Union

If you didn’t get your fix of Reel Big Fish on the 24th and final Vans Warped Tour this summer, you’re in luck. The ska-punk stalwarts a slew of headlining dates on what they’re dubbing the Tickle My Tiki TOURch tour. The run kicks off October 4th in Santa Cruz, CA, and winds up in Athens, GA on November 29th. Support on the bulk of those dates comes from Ballyhoo! and We Are The Union. RBF will also be featured on a couple dates of the upcoming Scallywag Fest in Washington and Idaho. Check out full tour details below

Reel Big Fish’s latest album Candy Coated Fury came out in 2012 through Rock Ridge Music.

“Pick It Up! Ska In The 90s” documentary launches kickstarter campaign

A new documentary being made about ska in the 90s is currently the number one project in Kickstarter’s music section.  The film has already reached it’s goal and is working towards its stretch goals.  If you want to contribute and get some awesome stuff, you can do so here!

Pick It Up! Ska In The 90s will tell the story of ska’s history throughout the first two waves in the 60s and 80s and how the third wave turned ska into an entirely new sound in the 90s and became wildly popular all around the world for a brief moment in music history.  Bands interviewed will include Reel Big Fish, Less Than Jake, No Doubt, Save Ferris, Hepcat, Goldfinger, The Aquabats, The Mad Caddies, Fishbone, Sublime, The Toasters, The Specials, and many many more.

Pouzza Fest 8 announces secound round of bands

Montreal based Pouzza Fest has announced the second round of bands  for their eighth installment. Reel Big Fish and Anti-Flag headline while the robust lineup is rounded out with bands such as: Cancer Bats, Get Dead, Tsunami Bomb, with even more to be announced. For more information on the festival which takes place May 18, 19 and 20th scoot on over here.

For a look at the lineup so far check out the poster below

Reel Big Fish announce US summer tour with The Queers & Expendables

California ska-punk veterans Reel Big Fish have announced a US summer tour with The Queers and The Expendables. Some dates on the tour dubbed “The Beer Run” will include an “experiential beer festival, with local breweries, tastings, lectures, drinking games and more”.

Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

Reel Big Fish and Anti-Flag announce co-headlining US tour

California ska-punk veterans Reel Big Fish have announced more tour dates for their US tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of their second album Turn the Radio Off‘. This new leg will feature co-headliners Anti-Flag (playing their 1996 debut Die for the Government) and run from January 4th through mid February. Check out all the dates and locations below.

Reel Big Fish are playing their breakthrough album “Tun The Radio Off”  in its entirety each night of the tour, the first leg of which is in progress now with Masked Intruder, PPL MVR and Stacked Like Pancakes.

Reel Big Fish’s latest album Candy Coated Fury came out in 2012 through Rock Ridge Music.

Reel Big Fish announce “Turn the Radio Off” 20th anniversary tour

California ska-punk veterans Reel Big Fish have announced a US tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of their second album Turn the Radio Off‘s release. They will be playing the record in its entirety each night of the tour.

Taking place this October and November, the tour will see the band supported by Masked Intruder, PPL MVR and Stacked Like Pancakes. See if there’s a show near you below.

Reel Big Fish’s latest album Candy Coated Fury came out in 2012 through Rock Ridge Music.

Rare Breed releases free summer sampler (Slackers, Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, etc.)

Rare Breed, Paper + Plastick and friends have announced the release of their free summer sampler, creatively titled “The 2016 Summer Sampler”. The release features 21 track from bands like Less Than JakeBig D and The Kid’s Table, The Slackers and Reel Big Fish.

You can download the entire sampler here. Enjoy!

Less Than Jake, Teenage Bottlerocket, Reel Big Fish & more to play Warped Tour 2016

The first round of bands playing this year’s edition of the Vans Warped Tour has been announced and, like the past few years’ lineups, it’s dominated by the unbearable sounds of bands like Falling in Reverse, Sleeping With Sirens, and The Maine.

However, there are a few diamonds in the rough, including Less Than Jake, Teenage Bottlerocket, Reel Big Fish, Masked Intruder, and Sum 41. In other words, the half-dozen bands the Warped Tour throws in every other year in hopes of appeasing longtime fans of the tour.

The full list of bands currently on the lineup, tour dates, tickets, etc. are available here.

DS Photo Gallery: Reel Big Fish, Suburban Legends, The Maxies at The Fillmore SF (2.22.16)

Last Monday was a night of ska and acting weird at the legendary Fillmore venue here in San Francisco. Headliners Reel Big Fish are always a little bizarre during their sets, and they had help from openers Suburban Legends, and the power/pop/punk band The Maxies – originally from Greenland, now based in Southern California.

I had never seen The Maxies before, but they put on one hell of a set, all while donning skull and theatre masks resembling Phantom of The Opera. The guys have great energy, crazy stage presence, and even manage to play keyboard with their feet. They’ve been on the road with Reel Big Fish for the last six weeks, and there is no doubt the bands are a good fit for each other. You can listen to some of the band’s back catalog on their Bandcamp page.

Next to the stage was Huntington Beach’s own Suburban Legends. I love the horn section in this band, and it really does a lot to drive the sound, and definitely adds another layer of harmony. The band played a rather interesting set, covering multiple Disney songs, as well as the theme for Golden Girls (my favorite). But this may seem to pale in comparison when placed alongside Reel Big Fish’s choice of set list.

You know going into a Reel Big Fish show that there is going to be some type of outlandish or bizarre behavior coming from the stage, and bleeding out onto the dance floor. Right out the gate, the band opened with a cover of Europe’s “Final Countdown”, and went right into some tracks off “Turn The Radio Off”. Towards the latter part of their set, the band did a little medley of sorts, stating they were going to play “their one hit from the ’90s”, which then included samples of “Teen Spirit”, “My Own Worst Enemy”, “500 Miles”, and “Impression That I Get”. I honestly got the impression that the cover medley was going to on the whole night, but it was fitting and humorous. What would a RBF set be like if they didn’t cover that infamous track “Take On Me”, which is alright in my book, but I left happy after playing one of my favorites, “Beer” (both favorite in song, and also in liquid).

You can have a look at all the night’s photos below.

Big thanks to Jason, Mike, and everyone who helped with this event.

The Maxies sign to Rock Ridge Music, announce new album

Greenland-by-way-of-SoCal pop-punk titans The Maxies have just signed with Rick Ridge Music, and have announced that their sophomore album “Nuuk Them All” will be released some time this year. “We’re very excited to have our new co-conspirators in Rock Ridge Music,” says Maximum Maxie of the signing. “We will surely spare them once our evil plans are in place.”

The band’s debut full-length Greenland Is Melting was released in 2011, and they’re in the middle of their nation wide tour with Reel Big Fish and Suburban Legends. Check out some of their upcoming dates shows below.

Reel Big Fish announce European tour dates

California ska-punk veterans Reel Big Fish have announced some European tour dates to take place this fall.

Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Reel Big Fish’s latest full-length album Candy Coated Fury was released in July 2012 through Rock Ridge Music.

Lineup announced for Warped Tour UK (Anti-Flag, Reel Big Fish, Forever Came Calling and more)

Haven’t done a Warped Tour Wednesday post in a while, so here goes!

The initial lineup has been announced for the 2015 edition of the Vans Warped Tour UK Presented by Monster Energy. Co-headlining the event will be Asking Alexandria and Black Veil Brides. Amongst the other performers are Reel Big Fish, Anti-Flag, Forever Came Calling, Rob Lynch, Chunk! No Captain Chunk!, Memphis May Fire and a bunch more. Check out the full rundown below.

The Vans Warped Tour UK Presented by Monster Energy takes place October 18th at London’s Alexandra Palace. Tickets are available here.

Less Than Jake announce more US/Canada dates with Reel Big Fish

Photo credit – Jodie Cunningham

It might seem like Less Than Jake and Reel Big Fish were just on the road together for a whole bunch of North American tour dates (because they were), but that’s not stopping them from getting right back out there late this spring!

Based on the overwhelming success of their six-week tour this winter, LTJ and RBF will head out for another six weeks-or-so in May and June. The jaunt kicks off May 7th in Tempe, Arizona, and runs through June 27th in Indianapolis, Indiana. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday (March 27th), but pre-sale bundles are available here today. Support on this tour will come from The Interrupters and Ballyhoo; head below to see the full rundown.

Less Than Jake released their latest album See The Light in November of 2013 through Fat Wreck Chords.

Kemuri announce 20th anniversary Japanese shows with Skankin’ Pickle, Less Than Jake & Reel Big Fish

Japanese ska-punk veterans Kemuri have announced they will be three shows in honor of their 20th anniversary this September, and they will be joined by a reunited Skankin’ Pickle, as well as Less Than Jake and Reel Big Fish. Dates and locations can be found below.

Kemuri recently announced plans to put out a new record in the United States through Asian Man Records this April. The band’s latest full-length Rampant was released in 2014.