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Mayday Parade Announce 10 Year ‘A Lesson In Romantics’ Anniversary Tour

Mayday Parade have released some killer music during their career. Perhaps no other album has been as well-received as their debut, A Lesson In Romantics, however. It is hard to believe the album came out ten years ago next year. To celebrate, the group have announced a tour in celebration of the massive milestone. It will hit North America, and feature Knuckle Puck and Milestones as support. For all of the details, check out a tweet from Mayday Parade after the jump! For more Mayday Parade, you can purchase a concert ticket…

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WATCH: Mayday Parade Release Music Video for “Letting Go”

Floridian emo favorites Mayday Parade, just made their presence known with the release of a new music video for the track “Letting Go” from their latest album release, Black Lines. The video for the single showcases the ever powerful vocals of frontman Derek Sanders, but also displays an emotional tone to the visuals. With lyrics such as “If you’re letting go, let me go slowly.” definitely paints an emotional picture about lost love and even life changes and decisions, but nevertheless gives us the feeling that we love with every Mayday Parade song. Mayday Parade are currently finishing up…

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Mayday Parade’s Derek Sanders Covers Weezer

Mayday Parade frontman Derek Sanders shared an cover of Weezer’s “Butterfly yesterday. The acoustic cover takes the classic song to a whole new level, adding Sanders’ comforting vocals reminiscent in “Miserable at Best” and “Terrible Things.” Check out the cover, below, and let us know what you think of it in the comments section. Mayday Parade and The Maine will kick off their co-headlining “The American Lines Tour.” To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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Mayday Parade and The Maine Announce Co-Headlining Tour

Mayday Parade and The Maine announced their “American Lines ’16” tour. The 17-stop US tour will be in support of Mayday Parade and The Maine’s most recent full-length albums, Black Lines and American Candy. The tour will kick off in Birmingham, Alabama on March 10, and will travel around the central US and East Coast before closing off in in Albuquerque, New Mexico on April 1. Check out the tour poster, below the jump. Pre-sale tickets will be on sale Wednesday, December 16, while general admission tickets will be on sale Friday,…

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STREAM: Mayday Parade Daytrotter Sessions

On the heels of their album release, Mayday Parade recorded an in-studio live session with Daytrotter. That session is live now and available to stream here. You can hear the band preform “Keep In Mind, Transmogrification Is A New Technology” and a few other songs from the new album, Black Lines, along with a throwback. Only members can hear and download the entire session, but even non-members can stream two of the songs from the session. Below the jump, you can find the album artwork for the session that Fearless Records shared on…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Mayday Parade ‘Black Lines’

Different. That’s the word that’s been circulating since Mayday Parade announced their fifth studio, Black Lines, around the middle of this year. The quintet worked with a different producer – Mike Sapone. They took on a different sound – edgier and angrier. The album artwork is completely different – gone is any sign of the Umbrella Man. However, different doesn’t always result in different. While, yes, the final product as a whole is unlike anything we’ve ever heard from them, it still reads as the same Mayday Parade we’ve come…

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STREAM: Mayday Parade ‘Black Lines’

Mayday Parade released their fifth studio album today titled Black Lines, and let me tell you it’s going to blow you away! As fans have noticed from the tracks the band released previously, they have taken this album in a whole different direction than past albums. The vocals are more raw and the music is a bit darker. The band who has made a name for themselves by creating some of the saddest songs in existence are now edgy and angry – and it’s definitely a breath of fresh air. You can stream…

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Mayday Parade Stream New Single “Letting Go”

Mayday Parade‘s new album Black Lines is due for release on in 8 days time (October 9) via Fearless Records. So far, we’ve heard two singles from the album and today, we can now get our ears around a third! “Letting Go” was streamed earlier today and you can take a listen below. In an interview with AltPress, guitarist Brooks Betts explains: “The song is about and not having the strength to get over a bad relationship. It’s about that weird spot when someone breaks you down even though you know they’re toxic. When you tried…

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WATCH: Mayday Parade “One Of Them Will Destroy The Other” Music Video

Yesterday, Mayday Parade teased a 14 second clip of their music video for new song “One Of Them Will Destroy The Other.” The song is off their upcoming album, Black Lines due out October 9 via Fearless Records. The song includes backup vocals from Real Friends frontman, Dan Lambton. The video was filmed in what seems to be a dark warehouse flooded with water. It’s raining, but everyone is pushing through. Mayday Parade frontman Derek Sanders shows off some raspy screams that are seldom heard from him, while the rest of the band plays on….

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Mayday Parade Tease New Song Featuring Dan Lambton

Mayday Parade will release their fifth full-length album, Black Lines, on October 9 through Fearless Records. The album’s opening track, “One Of Them Will Destroy The Other,” features guest vocals from Real Friends frontman, Dan Lambton. The song will serve as the band’s newest single and will be released in its entirety tonight at 9 p.m. PST through Apple Music. You can stream a short teaser of the song and its music video below. Mayday Parade frontman Derek Sanders sings his guts out throughout the video, while the rest of the band skillfully play…

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