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Bad Suns Headlining Tour Dates Announced

Bad Suns recently released an Instagram video announcing their first headlining tour. Yesterday, the band posted the first batch of tour dates on their Facebook. Theses tour dates range from January 24 in Los Angeles, CA, Bad Suns’ home town, at El Rey Theatre to February 27 in Phoenix, AZ at The Crescent Ballroom. Tickets for these tour dates will go on sale Friday. If you don’t see your city on the list, don’t worry, they will be announcing more dates soon. See full list of tour dates after the jump….

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WATCH: Bad Suns’ Powerful Music Video For “Salt”

Recently many bands have been making music videos about important issues right now. OneRepublic made their “I Lived” music video about cystic fibrosis, Yellowcard centered their music video for “One Bedroom” around the Lord’s Resistance Army. These music videos are both powerful and very moving, however, the songs’ original meanings had nothing to do with these videos. Well yesterday, Bad Suns released their music video for “Salt,” and took these types of music videos to a whole new level. The song itself is about a person going through identity issues….

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ALBUM REVIEW: PVRIS’ ‘White Noise’

As the first female-fronted band signed to Rise Records, you could say PVRIS  had something to prove. Well, if they did, they proved it. Female lead singers are frequently compared to Hayley Williams of Paramore. Not so with Lynn Gunn. Gunn has the voice of an R&B singer, more like Rihanna than Williams. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Bad Suns ‘Language And Perspective’

I first saw Bad Suns perform in a recording studio when they were still in high school. It was in a studio no larger than a small apartment, and I still have one of the early versions of “Transpose,” on my iTunes. While the lyrics haven’t changed, I can hear a far greater maturity and technical control on the album version. However, one thing has not changed. Christo Bowman, the frontman, still has a very unmistakable voice. His raspy, almost nasal tone can go effortlessly into falsetto, as in the 7th track on…

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