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Bayside (pop-punk) release video for acoustic version of “Sick, Sick, Sick”

New York pop-punk veterans Bayside have released a video for their acoustic version of “Sick, Sick, Sick”. The acoustic version of “Sick, Sick, Sick” comes off of the band’s most recent release Acoustic Volume 2 which was released earlier this year. This is a spectacular song and in this writers opinion even better when performed acoustically.

You can check out the stirring rendition of “Sick, Sick, Sick” below.

Bayside release new version of “Howard” ahead of “Acoustic Volume 2”

Bayside are releasing “Acoustic Volume 2″, a follow up to 2006’s “Acoustic”, tomorrow (September 28th) via Hopeless Records.

The record features one brand new track, “It Don’t Exist,” in addition to ten re-imagined versions of songs from across the band’s discography. Have a listen to “Howard” below, ahead of tomorrow’s release. Pre-orders are up now.

Bayside Streams New Acoustic Track “Sick Sick Sick”, Announces Tour with Special Guest Golds

New York City pop punk band Bayside is streaming their new acoustic track,“Sick Sick Sick”, off their upcoming album Acoustic Volume 2.

Out September  28th via Hopeless Records, the album features ten stripped-down versions of preexisting Bayside tracks, as well as one brand new song.

This will be Bayside’s first album since 2016’s Vacancy with Hopeless Records. Check out the acoustic version of “Sick Sick Sick” below, along with the dates and locations of their first full-band acoustic tour.

Bayside (Rock, NY) Announce Acoustic Tour of “Intimate” Venues

New York-based rock ensemble Bayside are hitting the road this winter in support of their forthcoming album Acoustic Volume 2. This time, however, the tour will see the band visiting more intimate venues than previously since they will be performing unplugged.

The two-part tour kicks off on November 24th in Chicago, and includes stops in Brooklyn, Atlanta, Orlando, Houston, Los Angeles, and more. You can find further details on the tour poster below or here.

The band will release Acoustic Volume 2 on September 28.

Bayside announce “Acoustic Volume 2” album

Bayside have announced that they will be releasing “Acoustic Volume 2″, a follow up to 2006’s “Acoustic”. The album will be out on September 28th via Hopeless Records.

The record features one brand new track, “It Don’t Exist,” in addition to ten re-imagined versions of songs from across the band’s discography. The band have released a video for “It Don’t Exist”, which you can watch below. Pre-orders are up now.

New Found Glory announce “Sick” 2018 Tour

What’s old is new again: 00’s pop-punk kings New Found Glory are hitting the road in support of their 2017 album, Makes Me Sick.

NFG are plotting a course across the US and bringing some old friends for the ride. Bayside, The Movielife and Ryan Key (of Yellowcard) are slated to provide support. The tour will kick off in their native Florida on May 17 at the House of Blues in Orlando, and run through June 22nd in Dallas, Texas. Check here for NFG fan-club presale info.

Makes Me Sick is the 9th studio album from the perpetual defenders of pop-punk aka New Found Glory, available through Hopeless Records. 

Bayside announce “The Walking Wounded” 10th anniversary tour

New York pop-punks Bayside have announced a headline tour of the United States to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their album The Walking Wounded.

The tour begins in Baltimore on September 6, with supports yet to be announced. The tour will extend to the UK in December. You can find the tour poster, dates, and locations below.

Say Anything and Bayside release covers of each other’s songs

Ahead of the bands’ tour together, Say Anything and Bayside have released reimagined cover versions of each other’s music. For the collaboration, Say Anything’s Max Bemis and Bayside’s Anthony Raneri covered one another’s tracks..

Raneri’s re-imagined version of Say Anything’s “Night’s Song” can be heard at and Bemis’ rendition of “They’re Not Horses, They’re Unicorns” can be heard now at Full tour dates are below.

Bayside release video for “Mary”

Bayside have released a new video for “Mary”. The song is from the band’s seventh album, “Vacancy”, which came out last summer on Hopeless Records.

You can watch the video below.

Bayside & Say Anything announce co-headlining tour

New York pop-punks Bayside and California’s Say Anything have announced a co-headlining tour of the US. The tour begins on April 17th in Houston, Texas, you can find all tour dates and locations below.

Joining them in support will be Reggie and The Full Effect from April 17th to May 14th, and Hot Rod Circuit from May 16th to May 27th. In regards to the tour, Say Anything vocalist Max Bemis said: I can’t believe this tour hasn’t already happened, but us and Bayside are obviously a great match. They’re a wonderful, talented band and I am honored to share a bill with them.

Anthony Raneri, vocalist and guitarist for Bayside, said: I’ve been a big Say Anything fan for a long time, it’s always a special treat to be able to watch a great band that I’m genuinely a fan of every night when we’re on the road. Our goal with touring packages these days is to try and tour with bands that we think our fans either will or already do love. We’re always paying attention to what other bands our fans like and what band’s shirts we see at the shows. Say Anything is definitely one band that we’ve known for a long time that our fans would love to see us with.

Bayside stream new EP (ft. previously unreleased song), announce acoustic tour

New York pop-punks Bayside have released a new EP titled Vacancy (not to be confused with their latest album of the same title), featuring a previously unreleased song titled “This Could Be Our Lives.” They’ve also announced an acoustic tour with Hawthorne Heights.

You can check out the 3-song EP and tour dates out below.

Bayside’s latest full-length album Vacancy was released on in August 19th through Hopeless Records. It was the band’s first LP in 2 years, serving as the follow-up to 2014’s Cult.

Music Video: Bayside – “I’ve Been Dead All Day”

New York pop-punks Bayside have released a music video for their new song “I’ve Been Dead All Day”, and you can check it out below.

“I’ve Been Dead All Day” is taken from Bayside’s upcoming album Vacancy, which is due out August 19th on Hopeless Records, and will serve as a follow-up to 2014’s Cult.

Bayside announce Australian tour dates

New York pop-punks Bayside have announced they will be touring Australian this November, following their US summer tour. All of the band’s upcoming tour dates can be found below.

Bayside’s upcoming album Vacancy is due out August 19th on Hopeless Records. It will serve as a follow-up to 2014’s Cult.

Bayside release music video for “Pretty Vacant” off upcoming album “Vacancy”

New York pop-punk act Bayside have released the music video for their song “Pretty Vacant” off their upcoming album Vacancy. You can watch it below.

Bayside’s last release was a deluxe edition of their 2014 album Cult, which came out in March, 2015 through Hopeless Records.

Bayside stream new song “Enemy Lines” off upcoming album “Vacancy”

New York pop-punk act Bayside are streaming a brand new song titled “Enemy Lines” and you can check it out below.

The song will appear on Bayside’s upcoming album Vacancy due out August 19th on Hopeless Records. You can pre-order your copy right here.

“This was the most difficult record to make, by far,” says vocalist and guitarist Anthony Raneri. “I moved to Nashville two-and-a-half years ago with my wife and baby. The plan was to go down for a couple of years, plant seeds and move back to NY. We came down and after a year of being here we split up. I was like, ‘do I live in Tennessee now? Alone?’ It was a crazy super isolated time where I didn’t know what was going to come next and moved into an apartment to try and sort things out. That’s where I wrote the record, I wrote Vacancy in that apartment. I had a couch, a TV, my bed, a desk, a computer and my guitar – everything else was in boxes, waiting for me to figure out where they were going to go. We were calling it the hotel, which is where the hotel on the cover came from; Vacancy had a double meaning, the physical and emotional experience. This is the first record I’ve written that’s had a theme to it, I didn’t want to write a typical break-up record, it’s not about what happened, it’s about the aftermath.”

I must admit, after Bayside’s last album I sorta lost interest in the band but this song is fantastic and has officially piqued my interest in the band again.

Bayside’s previous release was a deluxe edition of their 2014 album, Cult, titled Cult: White Edition, which came out in March of 2015 via Hopeless Records.