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WATCH: Real Friends “Scared To Be Alone” Music Video

This morning, Real Friends released a new single and accompanying music video for “Scared To Be Alone.” The song is off the band’s upcoming Fearless Records release, The Home Inside My Head. The single includes themes of moving forward and finding solutions-something that made the band so relateable from the get-go. The song offers a new twist to the group’s traditional pop punk music,with a more focused, and less pop-influenced sound. “Don’t settle because you’re scared of being alone / You know I always pictured things to be different for you,” frontman Dan Lambton sings…

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Real Friends Announce Japanese Tour [UPDATED]

Real Friends will be going to Japan this summer for a quick, six show tour. Kicking off the tour on June 2, the band will travel through Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and Niigata. Update: The band has announced that they will have support from Speak Low If You Speak Love while on tour in Japan. Speak Low is the indie side project of State Champ‘s Ryan Graham. Apart from the Japanese Tour, the band will be on the American Candy North American Tour from April through March alongside The Maine, Knuckle Puck and The Technicolors.To check…

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Real Friends Tease New Documentary And Exclusive Premier [UPDATE]

Real Friends have announced the release of their newest documentary, Moving Forward. The film is about growth, change and moving forward. Moving Forward will stream on February 19 at Real Friends’ here. Check out the film’s trailer below the jump and let us know your thoughts. Update: The band have announced a special one night only screening of the documentary at their local theater on Feb. 18.  If you’re from the Chicago area, you can head out to Marcus Theater in Orland Park to watch the film, attend a Q&A session with the band…

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Live Reviews Reviews 

LIVE REVIEW: Real Friends, Neck Deep, Houston, TX

Oh, Real Friends. You’ve managed to give the crowd at Scout Bar an incredible performance despite a last minute venue change. Once you get a girl from a small, rural Texas town dodging crazy Houston traffic, paying ridiculous toll fees and skipping her Calculus class, you know this show is a big deal. Headlined by pop-punk band and Chicago’s very own Illinois Sad Boys- Real Friends, the show marked the halfway point of the nationwide tour alongside Neck Deep, Cruel Hand and Have Mercy. To say this was a good show is…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Real Friends ‘Maybe This Place Is The Same And We’re Just Changing’

Let’s be honest: trying spit out the title of Real Friends’ newest album Maybe This Place Is The Same And We’re Just Changing off the top of your head is tough. Letting go of this album once you’ve listened to it is even tougher. We’ve all been a little skeptical since the band signed to Fearless Records. The question we’ve all wanted to know is: will Fearless preserve everything that Real Friends has built, including their knack for cynical lyrics and bony knees? The answer to this lies no further than in…

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