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Festival Preview: 2000 Trees (Cheltenham, UK)

2000 Trees is up there with the very best of the UK’s independent festivals. It’s been growing steadily over the last few years, offering some of the best in alternative rock for a fraction of what the major festivals set you back.

This year, the festival delivers some of the widest variety of punk, ska and hardcore among its indie mainstays, and we’ve collated a “must see” list for the weekend. If you’re not already headed down to Cheltenham next weekend, you can pick up tickets from the 2000 Trees website.

Check out our tips for the weekend below.



The Dangerous Summer release a video for ‘Bring Me Back To Life’ ahead of new album

The Dangerous Summer have released another new video from their forthcoming album ‘Mother Nature’, due out June 14 on Hopeless Records. The band are currently touring the US with Have Mercy and Modern Chemistry.

Check out the new video for ‘Bring Me Back To Life’ below.



The Dangerous Summer release video for new song ‘Way Down’

The Dangerous Summer have released another song from their new album ‘Mother Nature’ which is coming out summer 2019 on Hopeless Records. The band will be on tour in the US throughout May and June with Have Mercy and Modern Chemistry.

You can check out their website for tour dates and see the new video for ‘Way Down’ below.



The Dangerous Summer to release new album ‘Mother Nature’ this summer

The Dangerous Summer have announced that their new album ‘Mother Nature’ will be coming out summer 2019 on Hopeless Records. They spent two months recording the new songs with producer Sam Pura at The Panda Studios in Northern California. The band’s last release was their self-titled full length in 2018, also on Hopeless.

In February they released a video for a new song ‘Where Were You When The Sky Opened Up’. If this is an indicator of how the new album will sound, consider me interested! Check out the video below.



The Dangerous Summer is over

The Dangerous Summer have decided to call it a day after from last weeks’ departure of AJ Perdomo.

The band made this statement for their fans regarding their break-up and their future:

 Dearest Fans,

 To keep you all informed (accurately and unbiased) we are here to let you all know what the real deal is with TDS. Yes we are no longer a band. We would like to thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for letting us travel the world, create albums, and meet some of the coolest people and musicians on the planet.

 Thank you for over 50,000 record sales and over 200,000 single sales and a fan base that blew our minds everytime we went on tour.

 Sadly the day has come where AJ has decided to take up being a father and focusing on that aspect for his life.

 As for future music Matt is planning to release a solo album and Cody has been forming a new band are both planning on releasing new albums sooner than later.

 We have been selling our farewell “Albums” tshirt (which are almost sold out) http://dangeroussummer.bigcartel.com/ and next week will launch our ” THANK YOU FOR 8 YEARS” Photo / Memory book. Proceeds will go towards any remaining bills TDS may have and then split amongst the members and used to help record new music.

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 Thank you all and please continue to listen and spread the love of The Dangerous Summer.

 with love,

 Matt, Cody, Ben

The Dangerous Summer’s latest album Golden Record, which was released in 2013 on Hopeless Records.



Music Video: The Dangerous Summer – “Sins”

The Dangerous Summer have premiered the official music video for their song “Sins”. You can check it out here.

“Sins” is taken from The Dangerous Summer’s latest album Golden Record, which was released last month on Hopeless Records.



Video Teaser: The Dangerous Summer – “Sins”

The Dangerous Summer have posted a video teaser to promote the upcoming music video for their song “Sins”, taken from their latest album Golden Record. You can check it out here.

Golden Record was released on August 6th through Hopeless Records.



The Fest adds 25 more bands (RVIVR, Brendan Kelly, The Dangerous Summer, etc.)

The Fest has announced the addition of 25 more bands to its now packed lineup of nearly 400 acts.  Check out the full lineup here.

The Fest will begin on Halloween and going until November 3rd, with a special Pre-Fest taking place on October 29th and 30th in Tampa. Tickets for both events are available here.



Cover Art Battle (August 6th): OFF!, Killtime, The Dangerous Summer & more

   

In this week’s edition of Cover Art Battles, we have new releases from OFF!, Killtime, The Dangerous Summer, Nothington / Downtown Struts, Long Lost, Centuries, and a ton of other bands.

Click here to check out all of the artwork for these releases and cast your votes in the poll below!

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New Song: The Dangerous Summer – “Miles Apart”

Maryland rockers The Dangerous Summer are streaming a new song called “Miles Apart”. The song is set to appear on their upcoming album Golden Record.

Check out the song here.

Golden Record is set to be released on August 6th through Hopeless Records.



The Dangerous Summer stream new song “Sins”; announce US / UK tour

Maryland rockers The Dangerous Summer are streaming a new song called “Sins” from their upcoming album “Golden Record.” The band’s frontman AJ Perdomo had the following to say about the track:

“I wrote ‘Sins’ about my wife, and the time I spent apart from her after we got married. She’s South African, yet was living in London at the time. We spent a whole year on immigration, before she could finally move out here. I paint the picture of what it feels like to miss someone you love so much.”

Click here to stream the song and check out a full list of dates and locations on the band’s upcoming US and UK tours.

“Golden Record” is set to be released on August 6th through Hopeless Records.



The Dangerous Summer release music video for “Catholic Girls”

Maryland’s The Dangerous Summer have released a music video for their song “Catholic Girls”. You can view it right here.

The Dangerous Summer last released “War Paint” in July 2011 through Hopeless Records.

 



The Dangerous Summer finish up DVD, lose guitarist

Guitarist Bryan Czap is parting ways with The Dangerous Summer. Here’s his personal statement:

“been holding off letting this news out for a while.. i will no longer be in the dangerous summer for both business and personal reasons.. i am not quitting music nor do i hold any type of grudge with the rest of the band. for the past few tours/months my head has been clouded ive been stressed and i have been feeling like my hearts just not in it anymore. the dangerous summer are like my brothers and this band has been my life for 6 years. and i wish them the best of luck in the future.. I myself have big plans for new music and new dreams that i feel i need to pursue. thank you to all my fans who have stood by the band since the beginning. and i wanna thank all the people who have helped the band become what it is today (hopeless records, fata booking, , paul leavitt, jamie osman, will noon, jason tate, soroka productions) just to name a few, you guys made my dream a reality”

In other news, the band is wrapping up there DVD project, as evidenced by this conversation. They last released “War Paint” in July through Hopeless Records.



The Dangerous Summer drop off Australian tour with Tonight Alive

Maryland’s The Dangerous Summer have dropped off their have dropped off their Australian tour with Tonight Alive.

Singer AJ Perdomo says it’s because Tonight Alive “emailed us two weeks before the tour saying they couldn’t afford the original offer.

The Dangerous Summer last released “War Paint” in July through Hopeless Records.



The Dangerous Summer announces Canadian tour dates

Maryland-based rockers The Dangerous Summer have just announced a string of Canadian tour dates. You can check them out right here.

The Dangerous Summer last released “War Paint” in July through Hopeless Records.