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This Providence may be calling it a day

It looks like emo rockers This Providence are going splitsville. Well, that’s the rumor, at least. It hasn’t yet been confirmed (or denied) by the band, but we’ll let you know.

The band last released Brier in May 2012 via Magic Mike Records



Cover Art Battle (May 1st): Pennywise, Smoking Popes, This Providence and more…VOTE NOW!

Whether bizarre, beautiful, thought provoking, or hilarious, each Tuesday we will present the most interesting album covers from the albums released that week and let you readers vote on which one you think should win “Best Cover Art of the Week!”

We’ve got an international battle this week (May1st), featuring new releases  from Pennywise, Smoking Popes, This Providence, Static Thought and Nowadayz. Check out the slideshow here and cast your vote now!

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This Providence streams new single “Trouble”

Emo rockers This Providence today released their new single “Trouble”, and you can stream the track right here.

The track is off the band’s new album “Brier”, to be released May 1st on Magic Mike Records.  You can pre-order it right here.

The new album is the band’s first release since 2009’s “Who Are You Now?”, and their first since splitting up with record label Fueled By Ramen.



This Providence leaves Fueled by Ramen

This Providence announced that they have split from Fueled by Ramen records, and will self-release their next album. Read the full statement here, but here’s a snippet:

It’s been a great run with FBR, but the time has come for us to part ways. I can’t say the decision was entirely mutual, but I can’t say it wasn’t either. After what is now verging on two years of writing, demoing, and discussing songs for our fourth record, it became evident that we just weren’t seeing eye to eye creatively.

We’re not the same band that signed to the label six years ago. Our vision is different now, and we’ve grown to see things through new perspective. Our sound is changing too, as I’m sure it always will. I don’t like doing the same thing over and over. I believe a musician should take risks. That’s what art is about, it’s about taking risks and mapping your own unique path. When I take a step back and look at the big picture, there’s a lot about this whole scenario that makes sense to me.

Their next release will be a follow-up to “Who Are You Now?”, which came out back in 2009 on Fueled By Ramen.



This Providence work on nearly 30 new songs, expected to hit the studio next month

According an interview with with guitarist Gavin Phillips, This Providence have nearly 30 songs written and are expected to hit the studio in the next month or so to begin recording their long-awaited new album. Gavin simply states:

“We have close to 30 songs at this point…The ones we have are far better than anything before. The songs are just better.”

The new album will be the follow-up to Who Are You Now?, which came out back in 2009 on Fueled By Ramen.



This Providence cover Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You”

‘Tis the season for punk/hardcore bands to post covers of timeless crossover Christmas classics.

Today’s entry comes to us from Seattle emo-rockers This Providence, who bring to us tidings of great joy by way of their cover of Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” Check it out here.

This Providence’s last album, “Who Are You Now,” was released in 2009 via Fueled By Ramen, though the band have been recording a follow-up.



This Providence post recording update

It’s been awhile since we heard anything from emo-rockers This Providence, but today frontman Dan Young posted an update on the band’s progress with recording their upcoming album. Head here to read the whole update.

This Providence last released “Who Are You Now” in 2009 via Fueled By Ramen.

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Soundwave Revolution Festival to be held in 2011

Apparently Soundwave, which holds its annual Australian festival in February and early March, will soon be announcing an additional festival under the name “Soundwave Revolution,” that will take place sometime in 2011. No dates or locations have been confirmed yet.

Four Year Strong, The Swellers, This Providence, Young Guns, and Terrible Things have been confirmed for the new festival.

At this time, it’s a very mysterious festival that few details have be released for. Stay tuned for dates, and we’ll let you know the rest of the details as they are revealed.



This Providence post studio update video

Seattle emo-rockers This Providence are have been holed up in a San Diego recording studio working on a new album, and now they’ve released a video clip to prove it.

The three-minute clip shows the band tucked away in a San Diego recording studio laying down bass and drum tracks with the help of a Magic Banana. It also features an interesting discussion of Aussie-born lead singer Daniel’s bum. No, I’m not kidding. Click here to watch it.

The band’s last album was the 2009 Fueled By Ramen release “Who Are You Now?



This Providence To Host Video Chat Tonight

Get your questions ready for This Providence, as the band will be taking a break from working on their new record t0 host a live video chat tonight at 5PM Pacific time.

While there is actually no official mention of the band answering any fan questions, video chat seems like an odd choice without a allowing fans the opportunity to pick their brains.  Check out the chat session here when the time comes (5PM Pacific).

This Providence released their last album, “Who Are You Now” in 2009 on Fueled by Ramen Records.



Free Download: This Providence covers “All I Want for Christmas”

If the No Sleep Records Christmas compilation isn’t fulfilling all of your needs for holiday cheer, This Providence released a free yuletide cover song to download.

The Seattle-based emo group covered Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas” which is available through their website. Get the song here.



This Providence pranks Artist Vs Poet

If you are in need of a little mid day pick  me up then check out the video of  This Providence pranking their tour mates Artist Vs Poet.

This Providence is about halfway through their Bout Damn Time tour. Check out their Dying Scene Shows page to see where they are headed next. The band’s latest album, Who Are You Now, was released on Fueled By Ramen in early 2009



Frontman of This Providence writes back to their fans.

fueled-by-ramen-logo21Ever wondered what your favorite band Really thinks about their crazed fans. Well if you a fan of This Providence then you can.

In the letter frontman, Daniel Young talks about him being a Jimmy Eat World Fan and how he looks forward to meeting fans. To read the complete letter click here.

The band’s latest album, Who Are You Now, was released on Fueled By Ramen early 2009



Video: This Providence posts acoustic version of “Sand In Your Shoes”

fueled-by-ramen-logo21Dan Young of This Providence was recently in The FBR Studios and recorded an acoustic version of Sand In Your Shoes, for your viewing pleasure. Check it out here.

This band is currently on tour Check out their Dying Scene Shows page to see when and where.



This Providence premires new video for “Keeping on Without You”

fueled-by-ramen-logo21 Today the boys from This Providence premiered their new video for Keeping on Without You on MTVU which you can see online here. This is their second video off of their album Who Are You Now that was released on Fueled By Ramen in March.

The band is currently on tour supporting the pop rock band, Cartel. Take a look at their Dying Scene Shows Page for details.