Broadside is giving fans in the US one more run behind their latest album Paradise.
“We are working on a lot of new announcements for 2020 but as for now, we wanted to do a small tour on the East Coast where we started almost 6 years ago,” explains vocalist Ollie Baxxter on the bands beginnings in Virginia. “This is an opportunity to play songs from Paradise, our debut Old Bones, and give them to the crowds that inspired us in the first place. It’s an honor to be taking out Telltale as well, they’ve been getting a lot of buzz in Richmond and we are excited to be playing with another hometown band.” BROADSIDE is planning one more tour through Europe before years end (to be announced soon).
The tour kicks off in Broadside’s home state Virginia Beach on September 19, and tickets are on sale today at 12PM EST. All tickets available here.
Broadside released two new songs this past May, “King Of Nothing” and “Empty,” and on the rest of 2019, Baxxter adds, “We are at the halfway mark on completing our third record. We decided to dial in all of our interests on this album. Personally, I’m excited to pull a lot of my influences from some of my favorite bands in a way I couldn’t imagine doing previously. Before we were afraid to experiment because we were afraid of losing our ‘pop-punk’ audience, but as we’ve gotten older we realize it’s important to be true to yourself as musicians and artists.”
Broadside “Goodbye Paradise” Tour
19 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Elevation 27
20 – Charlotte, NC @ Skylark Social Club
22 – Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl
23 – Memphis, TN @ Growlers
24 – Cincinnati @ Top Cats
25 – Lansing, MI @ Mac’s Bar
26 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Crafthouse Stage