Lindsy Carr

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Conditions announce farewell album and shows

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Conditions announce farewell album and shows

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Conditions have announced their farewell album titled ‘Missing Hours’ on June 5th, along with their final list of shows that can be viewed below.

6.5.14 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Barbary
6.6.14 – New York, NY @ The Marlin Room at Webster Hall
6.7.14 – Richmond, VA @ The National (LAST SHOW EVER)

If anyone is attending either of these shows, send us photos along with your experience and we’ll…

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Hey guys, if any of you plan on seeing Conditions on their final tour, send in photos and we’ll publish them in the June issue of our magazine! You can message me if you want more information. Sad to see a great band go.

We The Kings in Symphony Magazine on Flickr.The top middle and top right are mine. The rest are by Shana Myers.
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The new issue of Symphony Magazine came out today and features some of my photos of We The Kings. You can view it here http://issuu.com/symphonymagazine/docs/issue_8 !
Travis Clark of We The Kings
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We The Kings on Flickr.
Got to see We The Kings tonight for the first time since Warped 2012. Love them.

Album Review: Weird Kids// We Are The In Crowd

The Poughkeepsie pop-rock band, We Are The In Crowd, is back with their new album Weird Kids. Weird Kids is the long awaited follow up to their debut LP, 2011’s Best Intentions. Having previously released the singles “Attention” and “The Best Thing (That Never Happened)”, this album is sure to impress with their attitude and lyrics. The introductory track “Long Live The Kids” is bound  to be a fan favorite. The band sticks to their pop-rock roots while still having a mellow, piano driven beginning.

The band’s classic use of call and respond can be heard in “Manners” and “Dreaming Out Loud” with lead singer Tay Jardine’s strong vocals and back up vocalist/guitarist, Jordan Eckes. Now in their 20’s and with years of touring, the maturity of lyrics and Tay’s vast vocal ability can be heard throughout the album. With the catchy chorus of “Comeback Home” fans will be able to relate and will become a great song to sing along to live.

“Don’t You Worry” offers familiarity and comfort with it’s sound and lyrics while “Windows in Heaven” is a much slower song which deals with the tragic loss of a family member. It is beautifully done track with the beat and rhythm to back it up.

Each song gives fans something to love. With several stand out tracks such as “Remember to Forget You and “Reflections” this album is bound to be a game changer for the band and other bands in the scene as well.

The band’s promise of 2014 being a big year for them is kept, with a fantastic new album and touring all over the globe.The band is currently on their appropriately titled “It’s Like They Never Left” US Tour and will be all across the country this summer on the Vans Warped Tour.This will be a big year for them indeed and they are bound to be noticed.

9.5/10