*sheds single emo tear*
Motion City Soundtrack
Not before one last tour though.
The Black Keys, Alice In Chains, MGMT and more pay tribute to their murdered friend.
Minneapolis emo rockers Motion City Soundtrack brought their Commit This To Memory 10th Anniversary Tour to Melbourne 170 Russell on Sunday night, performing a stellar set that had the audience pogo-ing, clapping and singing throughout. For many, it seemed their ticket to the show acted as a time machine back to a simpler time, when
Minnesota rockers Motion City Soundtrack released their second studio album, Commit This To Memory, 10 years ago. To celebrate, the band are returning to Australian shores this August to play the fan-favourite in its entirety. When Motion City Soundtrack kick off their 2015 Australian tour in Sydney on 28th August, the band will also be
Following the departure of their long term drummer, Tony Thaxton, Motion City Soundtrack are pleased to announce that they have found a worthy replacement. Drum roll please… Filling in behind the kit on a full-time basis will be Saves The Day sticks man Claudio Rivera. Loyal fans will know that Rivera has filled in the
Intimate Acoustic Show – 8 Double Passes Up For Grabs!
Just when you thought Soundwave were done adding bands to their bill, throw some seconds back on the clock because they clearly have some moves left. The official timetable for Stage 3 at both the Sydney and Brisbane festivals has included a slot for ‘special guest’, and given its good real estate, it’s probably going
Motion City Soundtrack have announced their sidewave dates when in the country for Soundwave 2013. The American pop-punk outfit’s latest album, 2012’s Go, saw Motion City Soundtrack return to fabled punk label Epitaph Records. When speaking to Music Feeds about the transition from Columbia back to Epitaph, singer Justin Pierre said the move was a
Last month American pop punk act Motion City Soundtrack released their latest studio album titled Go.
Motion City Soundtrack are all set to release their latest record Go, which is the band’s first release since parting ways with Columbia and returning to Epitaph.
When Sunny Day Real Estate collapsed in early 1995, few would have predicted the impact the Seattle band’s music would still be having over a decade later.