Camp Cope is coming back to America! They have a full US tour already selling out so if you're interested you need to get on it and buy those tickets. It's too late for Chicago, Boston, and Philly (their home away from home) but they've been working to ad more second dates to some of these shows. Camp Cope has also announced who is supporting them on this tour. You can expect to see Oceanator at every show while Thin Lips and An Horse are splitting the tour dates in half, respectively. For tickets, you can go here.
Remo Drive has also announced a full US tour this summer. They are touring with Slow Pulp, Slow Bullet, and Heart To Gold. Like with the Camp Cope concert Slow Bullet and Heart To Gold are splitting the tour which is unfortunate because Heart To Gold is a great band but they aren't joining them to the East Coast. The announcement of this tour also came with more exciting news.
At the bottom of their list of tour dates, they also announced that we should be expecting a new album soon. This makes me think, where will their sound be going this time. Their first album, "Greatest Hits," fit more into indie and pop-punk genres but their EP "Pop Music" sounded like the title with some rock tendencies. For tickets, you can go here.
Basement just played at Madison Square Garden but they're not rushing to get back to the UK any time soon. On May 15th they are paying a show in New York at Irving Plaza. They'll be joined by Teenage Wrist. For tickets, you can go here.
Jelani Sei recently recorded a performance on Brooklyn's Bric TV on their segment called B-Side. As all things Jelani Sei are a must watch this video is everything you need if you've missed all their past performances. You can go here to watch it for yourself.