Joe Keery's band Post Animal Animal drop's next month

Joe Keery's band Post Animal Animal drop's next month

This is the second cast member (Finn Wolfhard as Mike) from Stranger Things, being musical talent and reaching in the music world.

Joe Keery, better known as Steve Harrington, his band Post Animal is will be releasing their debut album When I Think of You in a Castle.

The Chicago bandmates release out their single on February titled “Ralphie,” bring the blends of pop-rock’n roll and psychedelic rock, which Keery play guitar and vocals.

With Keery’s recent success with the Netflix sci-fi show Stranger Things, the band has stated he will not be touring with the band and will not be an active member.

Originally six members, without Keery, it is now consisting of two guitarist Javi Reyes, Matt Williams (Keery being the third), Wes Toledo on drums, Dalton Allison on bass and multi-instrumentalist Jake Hirshland (guitar and keyboard).

It’s unfortunate for fans that they will not be able to see Keery’s wavy, wild hair rocking out with the rest, since pulling off their recordings for their album. It’s also possible Keery place a potential variable for the band’s album debut and tour.

This is the second cast member (Finn Wolfhard as Mike) from Stranger Things, being musical talent and reaching in the music world.

Post Animal’s will be released under Polyvinyl Records and will be out on April 20th.

At the bottom have a listen to latest single “Ralphie,” and their latest tour dates.

To pre-order the album click here

4/18 - Milwaukee, WI @ Cactus Club
4/19 - Bloomington, IN @ The Bishop
4/20 - Ann Arbor, MI @ Blind Pig
4/21 - Columbus, OH @ The Basement
4/27 - Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
4/28 - Madison, WI @ High Noon Saloon
5/2 - Columbia, MO @ Cafe Berlin
5/3 - Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar
5/04 - Nashville, TN @ The High Watt
5/6 - Atlanta, GA @ Shaky Knees Festival
5/24 - Cleveland Heights, OH @ Grog Shop
5/25 - Toronto, ON @ Smiling Buddha
5/26 - Montreal, QC @ Casa Del Popolo
5/29 - Allston, MA @ Great Scott
5/30 - Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade
5/31 - Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s
6/2 - Washington, DC @ Union Stage
6/4 - Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter
6/5 - Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle Back Room
6/6 - Asheville, NC @ Mothlight
6/9 - Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music Festival
6/11 - Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
6/14 - Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
6/15 - Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Theater
6/16 - Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
6/17 - San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
6/18 - Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst Atrium
6/19 - San Francisco, CA @ Cafe du Nord
6/21 - Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
6/22 - Vancouver, BC @ Fox Cabaret
6/23 - Seattle, WA @ Barboza
6/26 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
6/28 - Denver, CO @ Lost Lake Lounge
6/29 - Omaha, NE @ Slowdown Front Room
6/30 - Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry

Cover Image Credit: Post Animal band members // Youtube

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1. Finding out that they're going on tour

2. Hopefully entering your name into the lottery to get presale tickets

3. Finding out that you actually get to buy presale tickets

4. Impatiently waiting for your presale tickets by listening to their songs on repeat

5. And remembering how obsessed you used to be (definitely still are) with them

6. Trying to coordinate the squad to go to the concert with you

7. Waiting in the Ticketmaster waiting room...

8. ...And feeling super frantic/frustrated because there are about 2000 people in line in front of you

9. Actually getting into the site to buy the tickets

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12. Joyfully letting your squad know that you've done it

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14. Listening to every single Jonas Brothers song on repeat (again)

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It's socially acceptable to put your gum on a wall for decoration, wear socks with Birkenstocks, and take a casual stroll in the rain.


You're probably not from the Greater Seattle Area if any of the below surprise you:

1. How to pronounce Issaquah, Puyallup, Sequim, Mukilteo, and Snohomish.

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2. The sheer terror one inch of snow can bring to a population.


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3. Being from Seattle (but not really from Seattle).


Where are you from? Snohomish. Where's that? A little bit Southeast of Everett. Where? Seattle. I live in Seattle.

4. RBIS.


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5. Swimming is an indoor sport.



6. Air conditioning is a luxury.


I think I know approximately 5 people with AC units in their houses. It's not because it never gets hot because it does but it's hot for like 2 seconds of the year.

7. Eastern and Western Washington are different countries.

Eastern Washington Palouse


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8. Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital doesn't exist.


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9. Socks & sandals.


I can't explain it, but it works... A fit for all seasons.

10. Tap water anywhere else is just not the same.


It's just... different. Not in a good way.

11. Honking is a sin.


Instead, politely smile and curse under your breath you let another terrible driver merge in front of you. Avoid the confrontation at all costs; save the horn for saying hi to those people that stand with signs on street corners.


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13. If you use an umbrella, you're weak.


It's survival of the fittest out here.

14. Portland is JV Seattle.

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We were cool first.

15. The flannel lives on.


She knows what's up.

16. Dick's.


Get your head out of the gutter. It's a burger place.

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Want to go see a drive in movie? Get some ice cream on Whidbey? Go to your cabin on the San Juans? Visit Sequim (ha)? Walk or drive on the ferry. Easy.

18. Lakes > beaches.


Nothing beats the mountains, wineries, boating, and cliff jumping opportunities on the lake. It's carefree, fresh water, and of course, beautiful.

19. Coffee.


Nobody really does it like we do, let's be real.

20. It doesn't actually rain thaaaaaat much.

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