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Summer Cannibal's drop new video for "Full Of It"

Summer Cannibals have been hard at work playing Treefort, recording their soon to be released album and planning their soon approaching tour! Yesterday, Summer Cannibals dropped a new music video for the title track off their new album on Stereogum. "Full Of It" is a straight up rock song, and the video is just as delightfully raw and fun. Peep the video and tour dates below, and be sure to come out to the Full Of It listening party May 27th. 

 

Dates w/ the Thermals:

04/16 Spokane, WA @ The Bartlett

04/19 Minneapolis, MN @ Turf Club

04/20 Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall

04/21 Ann Arbor, MI @ Blind Pig

04/22 Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop

04/24 New York, NY @ Bowery

04/25 Boston, MA @ The Sinclair

04/26 Providence, RI @ Columbus Theater

04/28 Brooklyn, NY @ Market Hotel

04/29 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer

04/30 Washington, DC @ Black Cat

05/01 Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Cafe

05/03 Indianapolis, IN @ Hi-Fi

05/04 Paducah, KY @ Maiden Alley Cinema

05/05 St. Louis, MO @ The Firebird

05/06 Omaha, NE @ Slowdown

05/07 Denver, CO @ Lost Lake

05/08 Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge

05/13 Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom

05/14 Eugene, OR @ HiFi Music Hall

05/15 Arcata, CA @ Richard’s Goat

05/17 San Francisco, CA @ The Chapel

05/19 Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram Ballroom

 

Headlining dates:

06/02 Missoula, MT @ Old Beck VFT (Summer Daze)

06/05 Madison, WI @ The Frequency

06/06 Chicago, IL @ Subterranean (downstairs)

06/08 Lawrence, KS @ Replay Lounge

06/09 Norman, OK @ Opolis Production

06/10 Austin, TX @ Sidewinder

06/11 Dallas, TX @ The Foundry

06/12 Houston, TX @ Satellite Bar

06/13 San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger

06/15 El Paso, TX @ The Lowbrow

06/16 Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress

06/17 Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar

06/19 Oakland, CA @ 1-2-3-4 Go! Record

06/21 Reno, NV @ Holland Project

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New Track: "Inkwell" - Howlish

Howlish slithers into your earhole with its new single "Inkwell". A sinister guitar provides forshadowing before achy vocals reveal the mystery. What will be the reveal?





Celebrate 3rd and Lindsley's 25th anniversary tonight (04.05) with *repeat repeat, American Dream, and Benjamin Harper

What plans do you have for your next birthday? Do you have a badass week-long series of show happening in your living room? No? Then chances are you aren't 3rd and Lindsley (your ability to read this article is another clue, though I have no doubt the dawn of sentient music venues is on the horizon), which is celebrating its 25th anniversary in style this week. Included in the week of festivities is a little shindig tonight (04.05) featuring *repeat repeat, American Dream, and Benjamin Harper of Magnolia Sons on an all-locals bill you don't want to miss.

Check out the full week's calendar at the 3nL website (does anyone call it that?) and stream a *repeat repeat track below. -Austin Phy

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New Video: Tired of Tomorrow (Nothing Documentary - Part I)

Nothing embrace the bleak, grimness of Philly in the first part of their documentary for Tired of Tomorrow. Nicky Palermo’s open honesty, compounded by the desolate feel of black & white footage, provides a sense of truth, which, despite its darkness, is equally refreshing. The video offers a small glimpse into his youth and a behind-the-scenes view of the band's creative process.





Have a Really Good Time w/Sad Sacks Wild Jim Banfill & His Rolling Rocks at Bourbon & Branch April 4

Wild Jim Banfill & His Rolling Rocks simply sound like they are having a really good time being sad sacks. Whether its the spirit of Ween's classic 12 Golden Country Greats found in their latest single "If This Ol' Dick Stretched To Nashville" or the pining away for Rashida Jones (which I totally get) in "Rashida Jones-Banfill," the new project from The Tough Shits' Mark Banfill tickles the funny bone through well-crafted garage-pop/counrty-soul ditties. Grabbin' a few beers, and kickin' it with Banfill and the gang is definitely your best local music alternative to watching the NCAA Championship tonight. (Yasss - it's almost over!) They'll also be joined by Philly's own Miami Sludge and Maria & The Moans, as well as San Francisco producer Al Lover. Bourbon & Branch, 705 N. 2nd St., 8:30pm, $10, 21+ - Alexis V.

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