A bold as brass rock tour for new icons!
The Boca Raton emo stars are gearing up for a mammoth cross-country trek this summer, joined in a supporting capacity Oklahoma rockers All-American Rejects! Best-known for the storming 2000 debut album Swiss Army Romance, DC, aka Chris Carrabba, followed it up in 2001 with The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most, cementing their fame thanks to heartfelt lyrics and a solid explosion of media coverage fandom. Having re-released Swiss Army Romance in 2014, there are rumblings of a new album on the horizon for the enduring emo punks.
Formed in 1997, All-American Rejects are best-known for their electrifying stadium-sized sing-alongs with the type of pop panache, cheeky wit, and element of danger that came to the fore in the late Seventies. Joining DC on this summer tour in support of their latest and EP album, the Rejects remain true to their roots over the past 20 years, with their solid background of balls-out and unashamedly catchy pop rock anthems. They are probably best known for their double-platinum 2005 second album, Move Along, which gave us the platinum smash Dirty Little Secret,
before 2008's titanic Gives You Hell. The tour kicks off in Nashville this August, hitting the The Fillmore in Detroit, MI, Closed July 26, 2017