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Motion City Soundtrack announce US tour dates

Motion City Soundtrack have announced some upcoming tour dates starting on New Years Eve, and running through January of 2020.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Motion City Soundtrack’s last album Panic Stations was released in September 2015 through Epitaph Records.



Anakin team up with Motion City’s Justin Pierre for single “Spaced Out”

San Diego punks Anakin have teamed up with Motion City Soundtrack’s Justin Pierre on their new single “Spaced Out.” According to Brad Chancellor, “The song “Spaced-Out” is really just about my lifelong battle with severe anxiety and somewhat mild paranoia. I was officially diagnosed in 2015 and was able to get on meds to help right my brain. I’m finally feeling like I’m taking back control of my life after all those years of living in a shell of myself.”

This single will be apart of their EP project for the next twelve months in which Anakin will debut a five new EPs over the course of twelve months. Each one will feature an original song and a cover of a song that is representative of their song-writing influences.

Check it out below!



Motion City Soundtrack announce farewell tour dates

Motion City Soundtrack recently announced that they are going to split up after one more tour.

You can check out the farewell video and tour dates below.

Motion City Soundtrack’s last album Panic Stations was released last September through Epitaph Records.



Motion City Soundtrack to call it quits

Motion City Soundtrack recently announced that they are going to split up after one more tour; dates are expected to be announced tomorrow. The band explains:

“We have no idea what the future holds, but for now we are done.

Needless to say, we’re feeling all the feels – you may be as well. If so, or if you’ve ever been touched by our music, we ask you to come out and sing along with us one last time in 2016.”

Motion City Soundtrack’s last album, Panic Stations, was released last September through Epitaph Records.



New Music: Justin Pierre (Motion City Soundtrack) – “Everything That Hurts”

Motion City Soundtrack frontman Justin Pierre has debuted a new song today. It’s called “Everything That Hurts,” and it’s streaming on Pierre’s new Bandcamp page. Check it out below.

Pierre launched the new Bandcamp page in order to present “forgotten and new solo bullshit” to his adoring fans. The new track was initially written for Everything Is Gay’s second compilation, and deals with themes of mental health.



DS Staff Picks – Top 10 Albums of 2015 (Lauren Mills)

2015 was an interesting year. I went bonkers due to unemployment and going stir-crazy. Despite that it was best year of my life because I got to attend my first FEST. I met some of my dear friends and heroes for the first time in person. I had never been happier in my life. I was looked after like their sister. For those times, I owe them everything. Thank you to everyone who gave to the GoFundMe campaign and made it a wonderful experience. I could write a book about it. I cried tears of happiness. I love Jared, Johnny, Jan, Mike, Blake, Guli, Billy, Tom, Chris, Forrest, Tim and everyone who embraced me.

America and the world in general were plagued with mass shootings, bigotry, extremism, terrorism and insanity. It’s always been this way but this year, it really broke my spirit and left me in shambles. My seemingly never-ending battle with debilitating depression and anxiety continued. Thank you for your kind words and support. When appointment and extra efforts seem fruitless, I know I have you all and it makes it all worthwhile.

Other highlights included getting a letter from my hero, Sam Esmail, creator of my favorite television series, Mr. Robot. My jaw dropped and my heart was filled with joy. Remember that a little kindness goes a long way. Music sort of took a backseat to my excitement of hugging and meeting my pals. I did feel a connection with some records though. Maybe you’ll find some gems on this list. Also, be sure to pick up my latest compilation “Hope.” All proceeds from the name your price download go to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Check out my top ten favorite albums of 2015 below



Motion City Soundtrack and The Wonder Years stream split 7-inch

Motion City Soundtrack and The Wonder Years have released a stream of their tour exclusive split 7-inch. The split was released to commemorate their current tour together, and sees the band trading songs from their new albums and having their frontmen write new lyrics and melodies.

Instead of trying to explain it anymore, you can just give a listen to “(Sort of) A Song for Patsy Cline” by Justin Pierre (Motion City Soundtrack) and “It’s (Sort of) a Pleasure to Meet You” by Dan Campbell (The Wonder Years) below.

The Wonder Years released their new album, No Closer To Heaven, on September 4, 2015 on Hopeless Records, while Motion City Soundtrack released Panic Stations on September 18, 2015 through Epitaph Records.



The Wonder Years and Motion City Soundtrack announce limited 7″ tour split

Philidelphia pop-punks The Wonder Years have just announced a new 7″ split with Motion City Soundtrack, to commemorate their upcoming joint tour. For the two split, the two bands essentially traded track titles off their then-upcoming albums (“No Closer To Heaven” and “Panic Stations”, respectively) and gave each-other the tasks of writing new lyrics and melodies to match up. The only problem, is that a limited number of these splits will be pressed, and they’ll be given out on a first come first serve basis to people who purchased the VIP tour passes. Still, if that still sounds interesting, and you were already planning on checking them out anyway, you can check out the tour dates below.



Motion City Soundtrack premiere new album “Panic Stations” ahead of release

Motion City Soundtrack are streaming their new album, Panic Stations, on Pandora Premieres before its release. You can check it out right here.

Panic Stations is officially due out September 18th on Epitaph Records. The band will also be heading out on a US tour this fall with The Wonder YearsState Champs, and You Blew It! and you can check out the dates and locations below.



Motion City Soundtrack release video for “It’s a Pleasure to Meet You”

Motion City Soundtrack have released a music video for their new single “It’s a Pleasure to Meet You”. You can watch it here.

The track is off the band’s forthcoming Panic Stations, which is due out September 18t, 2015 on Epitaph Records. You can pre-order the album here, The band will embark on a US tour this fall with The Wonder YearsState Champs, and You Blew It! Check out the dates/locations here.



Motion City Soundtrack streaming new song – “It’s A Pleasure To Meet You”

Motion City Soundtrack are now streaming a new track off their upcoming album. Listen to “It’s A Pleasure To Meet You” on Spotify below.

The track is off the band’s forthcoming Panic Stations, which is due out later this month (Sept. 18th) on Epitaph Records. You can pre-order the album here, and in doing so, get an instant download of the below track, along with two others.

Motion City Soundtrack’s previous studio album was 2012’s Go.

This fall, the band are set to embark on a US tour with The Wonder Years, State Champs, and You Blew It! Check out the dates/locations here.



Music Video: Motion City Soundtrack – “Lose Control”

Motion City Soundtrack have premiered a music video for their song “Lose Control”. You can watch the video below.

“Lose Control” is taken from Motion City Soundtrack’s upcoming album Panic Stations, which is due for release on September 18th through Epitaph Records.



The Wonder Years announce U.S. tour with Motion City Soundtrack, State Champs and You Blew It

Philadelphia pop-punks The Wonder Years have announced U.S. tour dates with Motion City Soundtrack, State Champs  and You Blew It!.

You can view the tour dates and locations below.

The Wonder Year’s new album No Closer To Heaven, is due out September 4th on Hopeless Records. Motion City Soundtrack’s new album, “Panic Stations” is due out on September 18, 2015 through Epitaph Records and will serve as a follow-up to 2012′s studio album “Go.” You Blew It! recently signed to SideOneDummy Records.  State Champs’  new record Around The World and Back is slated be to be released October 16th via Pure Noise Records.



Motion City Soundtrack streaming new song “Lose Control” off upcoming album “Panic Stations”

Motion City Soundtrack are streaming a new song called “Lose Control” off their upcoming album “Panic Stations.”

You can check out the song here.

“Panic Stations” is due out on September 18, 2015 through Epitaph Records and will serve as a follow-up to 2012’s studio album “Go.”



Motion City Soundtrack stream new song “TKO”

Motion City Soundtrack are streaming a new song called “TKO,” which you can listen to below.

Motion City Soundtrack has just finished recording album number six, as well as their documentary “I Am The Movie: The Movie.” The band last released “Go” in 2012.