Watch out At The Drive-In, the men of Boys Night Out are also looking to make a comeback in 2016. Having ending their hiatus just last year, the post-hardcore group have just released a teaser video to promote their upcoming EP, Black Dog. You can watch the short clip, which features new music, below.
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Monday, November 21, 2011 at 4:13 PM (PST) by whiskeytango6
Justin Pierre (Motion City Soundtrack) has teamed with Brian Southall (Isles & Glaciers, the Receiving End of Sirens, Boys Night Out) to form a new project of an as yet unidentified genre called The Company We Keep. Keep checking back for more news!
Wednesday, August 12, 2009 at 12:15 PM (PST) by crissy
This post is only for my Canadian punk rockers out there so everyone else, go watch the new Tat interview…
The men of Boys Night Out have announced they will be playing a show in Toronto and they want it to be known that this does NOT mean they will be touring again… freakin teases. They’re not saying this will be their last show ever but its definitely a special show because all 5 original members (Connor, Jeff, Dave, Rob and Ben) will be performing. They will only be playing “Broken Bones And Bloody Kisses” and “Makeyourselfsick” from beginning to end so if you’re familiar with those two albums (the first and second albums released in 2002 and 2003) then you will love this show! The band has yet to announce the venue but they have said they are shooting for October 24th. Keep checking the Dying Scene Shows page for where they’ll be playing.
“Broken Bones and Bloody Kisses” was the bands first album which got the ball rolling in 2002. It was released on Ferret Music.