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My Life in Black and White (folk punk) releases new EP

Oregon folk-punk act My Life In Black And White have just released a new EP called The Songs That Matter, and you can stream it below.

The 3-track EP is the band’s first release since 2014’s Columbia.  If you dig it, you can pick it up here.



Full Album Stream: My Life In Black And White – “Columbia”

Oregon folk-punk act, My Life In Black And White are streaming their brand new album “Columbia” in its entirety. You can check it out here.

“Columbia” was released July 1st digitally and last Tuesday (July 22nd) in physical form. You can get your own at the very same link above.

 



My Life In Black And White release music video for new song “Final Hour”

Oregon folk-punk act, My Life In Black And White have released a music video for the second single off their upcoming album “Columbia.”  The tune is called “Final Hour” and you can check it out below.

The band is currently selling pre-orders of “Columbia,” in order to support production costs.  The album is set for release July 1st in the digital format and July 22nd as a CD.



My Life In Black And White (folk punk) selling pre-orders to support upcoming album “Columbia”

Oregon folk-punk act, My Life In Black And White are currently selling pre-orders of their upcoming fourth album “Columbia,” in order to support production costs. The group has made a video explaining what they’re up to and why. Watch that below, and help them out by pre-ordering the record here.

“Columbia” is set for release July 1st in the digital format and July 22nd as a CD.



Music Video: My Life In Black And White – “Working Man”

Oregon folk-punk act, My Life In Black And White, have released the music video for their song “Working Man.”

You can watch it below.

The song will appear on their upcoming album, which is due out this summer. The band has released 3 full-length albums,“Hold The Line” in September of 2009, “Bottles, Our Breakdowns” in 2007 and “Cloudy Skies” in 2006.



My Life In Black And White return from hiatus, post demo of new song “Working Man”

Oregon folk-punk act, My Life In Black And White, have returned from hiatus and  posted the demo version of a new song entitled, “Working Man.” They will be shooting a music video for the song on April 4th at Katie O’Brien’s at 9pm sharp.

You can check out the demo below.

The song will appear on their upcoming album, which is due out this summer. The band has released 3 full-length albums,“Hold The Line” in September of 2009, “Bottles, Our Breakdowns” in 2007 and “Cloudy Skies” in 2006.



My Life In Black And White going on hiatus

Here’s something I’m not thankful for on this Thanksgiving; Northwest folky-punk act My Life In Black And White have decided to go on an indefinite hiatus.  Here’s the statement from the band:

Hey all, just to clarify- we tried to make the announcement below with a bit of humor, but all the same it’s definitely for real. Coty has, for his own reasons, decided to bow out, and at the moment the rest of us think it’s for the best to hang it up. There are indefinite plans to find a new drummer, record a new record, etc., but at the moment we’re going to sit back and see where the dice fall. THANK YOU ALL for all of your love and support over the years- we’ve been truly blessed to have shared this band with you all. Happy Thanksgiving- now Buy Me A Drink!

The band released 3 full-length albums,“Hold The Line” in September of 2009, “Bottles, Our Breakdowns” in 2007 and “Cloudy Skies” in 2006.



My Life In Black And White’s new album “Hold The Line” now available online

My Life In Black And White‘s newest album, “Hold The Line” was officially released August 11th on Horns Up Records but due to a “technical delay” the album wasn’t available online until today.  You can click here to pick it up.

My Life In Black And White are currently on tour.  You can check out the dates on their Dying Scene Shows page.



Tour: My Life In Black And White

horns-up-records-logoThe folk/punk quintet, My Life In Black And White, will be hitting the road in support of their recently released full-length “Hold The Line”.  The album was put out on Horns Up Records and is a follow-up to 2007’s “Bottles, Our Breakdowns”.

Check out the Dying Scene Shows page for the dates.



Hear tracks from My Life In Black And White’s new album “Hold The Line”

horns-up-records-logo2My Life In Black And White have just uploaded new tracks to their myspace page including, “Bombs On Blair Mountain” and “Frontlines”. These tracks are featured on their upcoming album, “Hold The Line” which drops August 11th on Horns Up Records.

This is a follow up to their last album, “Bottles, Our Breakdowns” released in 2007.  You can check out a review of “Bottles, Our Breakdowns” here.



Album Review: My Live In Black And White – “Bottles, Our Breakdown”

My Life In Black And White may come from the rain soaked streets of Portland, Oregon but the gloomy weather does nothing to quiet the intensity these guys deliver in their folk infused punk rock.

“Bottles, Our Breakdown” is the band’s sophomore release containing 10 folk/punk tracks that will have you alternately pumping your fist, slapping your thigh while stomping your foot, or gazing out at the horizon in quiet reflection. The fist pumping starts right away with the album’s first track “Sink or Swim” but for the next 9 tracks My Life In Black And White deliver a diverse set of tunes that range from the slower, thoughtful “Michael Corleone”, to the knee slapping folk anthems like “Gunslinger” and “Broken White Lines”. One thing’s for sure, no matter what speed they’re playing at MLIBW delivers genuine lyrics and great songwriting on every track of this album.

Folk/Punk is a genre that doesn’t get much recognition and, to be honest, until I heard this album, didn’t get much attention from this reviewer either, but that has since changed. “Bottles, Our Breakdown” has got me looking forward to what comes out of the genre and especially to hearing more from My Life In Black And White.

Best Songs: “Sink or Swim”, “Gunslinger”, “Broken White Lines”