If you’re excited to catch the new songs live, don’t sleep on getting tickets for their winter tour with Mom Jeans and Oso Oso. Full dates for that and an easy playable link to ‘Warm Hand Splash’ below.
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Massachusetts’s The Hotelier have announced a US tour this coming fall after their tour with The Get Up Kids. Joining them on the road will be Runaway Brother, Oso Oso, and The Spirit of the Beehive. You can check out the dates and locations below.
The Hotelier released their sophomore album Home, Like No Place Is There, on February 25, 2014 via Tiny Engines. Word on the web is that they are working on new music.
Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 11:15 AM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
“Where You’ve Been Hiding” will appear on the Oso Oso’s upcoming album, Real Stories Of True People, Who Kind Of Looked Like Monsters…, which will be released on June 9, 2015 through Soft Speak Records.
Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 3:45 PM (PST) by Drea
He has also announced a slew of east coast tour dates which can be found below.
“Josephine” will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Real Stories Of True People, Who Kind Of Looked Like Monsters., which will be released on June 9, 2015 through Soft Speak Records.
“Another Night” will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Real Stories Of True People, Who Kind Of Looked Like Monsters., which will be released on June 9, 2015 through Soft Speak Records.
Jonathan DiMitri worked tons of magic in past pop-punk arenas. State Lines’ For The Boats was probably the best representation of his vision. It perfectly blended chilled, relaxing, beach-pop to perfection while distilling his gravely voice harping on immature days and boyhood mishaps. osoosooso is a follow-up that feels like For The Boats got an expansion. It’s matched neatly with catchy choruses, poppy riffs and singalong rhythms that syncs up with fans of Joyce Manor, but more melodically, and in a manner that’ll have you reeled in for several repeat plays.
Tracks like “The Expiration Date” and “Neighbours” highlight how strongly they are sequels to the last State Lines album. It’s infectious, head-bobbing and foot-tapping via simple three-chord structures, varying low-to-mid-tempo medleys and snarky, tight musicianship. It’s a simple yet stylish album that’s meant to be played heading to the beach, top-down, kicking back to beers.
“Para ‘effin dise, Baby!” shows just why this is the most fun record of the year. It has an indie, DIY feel but the melody is so poppy and so sweet, even if you hate the genre, you can’t help but be drawn to its mainstream catchiness. It’s an archetype of the billboard draw this self-titled packs yet will no doubt fly below the radar. I can’t point to many bands who do pop-punk as good as this. It’s not that they aren’t bad but it’s just that DiMitri manages to take the genre to a whole new level. As a non-complex, summer record, you can’t get better than this.
5/5 Stars – Give the record a listen below.