I remember the look in your eyes…When I told you that this was goodbye.
Your last chance to see Yellowcard live.
Yellowcard are calling it a day, but they’re going out with a bang.
Yellowcard have taken a step forward on new album Lift a Sail, and frontman Ryan Key will be the first to tell you. In addition to marking a progression in the band’s sonics, the new record follows a period of personal change and upheaval for the frontman, who’s gearing up to release the album this
Yellowcard frontman Ryan Key has confirmed the band are planning on a return to Australian shores, telling Music Feeds that fans will be “pretty mind-blown by what we’re gonna do in Australia this time around.” The band are currently gearing up to release their ninth full-length studio album, Lift a Sail. After admitting that it
It was a song that heavily soundtracked many of our teenage years, and now the masterminds behind it will be returning to Australia to perform not only the title track from Ocean Avenue but the whole damn record, with Yellowcard announcing Ocean Avenue Acoustic, The Tour, with dates kicking off towards the end of October
There is no rest for Yellowcard. Since their return from hiatus, they’ve been constantly touring and have just released Southern Air, following 2011’s When You’re Through Thinking, Say Yes. Decisions were made in order to return to the music scene; however, with the response and success they’ve attracted, the band is not wasting any time.
You would really struggle to compile an argument as to why Yellowcard didn’t soundtrack most of the yearly 00s.
With just over a week to go before it’s released, American punks Yellowcard are giving fans the chance to have an early listen to their new album Southern Air. The album is out on August 17, but you can listen to a full stream of it via the YouTube video below.
Following news that pop-punk favourites Yellowcard will be performing at this year’s Fat As Butter Festival on the Central Coast, Yellowcard have released the latest offering from their soon-to-be released album Southern Air.
After a harrowing struggle with thyroid cancer since December 2011, Yellowcard violinist Sean Mackin has posted a statement declaring that he is winning the battle, getting stronger and stronger every day.
Yellowcard have officially announced that they will be returning to our shores for three special springtime shows to take place in September.