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Blessthefall Sign to Rise Records, New Album Out In March, Watch “Melodramatic” Video

Rise Records is pleased to welcome Blessthefall to the roster. The band will release its label debut Hard Feelings on March 23. Hard Feelings was produced by Tyler Smyth, with additional production by Matt Good and Howard Benson. The album is available for pre-order here.

The band has released the video for the new song “Melodramatic.” Watch it here.

“It’s not often a band like ours, that’s been together for nine years, that has five full-length albums, and that survives the ups and downs of the music scene, gets a chance at a fresh start,” said singer Beau Bokan. “We’re here to say that we feel brand new again. Signing to Rise has rejuvenated us as a band and we couldn’t be more excited. They encouraged us to be ourselves and to continue to write the music that we wanted.”

He continued, “Our new album Hard Feelings is a culmination of everything we love. It has all the old Blessthefall feels, along with a fresh new sound that will knock you off your feet.”

Blessthefall will spend the months leading into album release on tour with Of Mice & Men, Cane Hill, and Fire From the Gods. All dates are below.

1. “Wishful Sinking”
2. “Find Yourself”
3. “Melodramatic”
4. “Feeling Low”
5. “Cutthroat”
6. “I’m Over Being Under(rated)”
7. “Sleepless in Phoenix”
8. “Keep Me Close”
9. “Sakura Blues”
10. “Welcome Home”

With Of Mice & Men, Cane Hill, Fire From the Gods
1.31.18 — The UC Theater — Berkeley, CA*
2.01.18 — Catalyst — Santa Cruz, CA*
2.2.18 — Wonder Ballroom — Portland, OR*
2.03.18 — El Corazon — Seattle, WA*
2.04.18 — Knitting Factory — Boise, ID*
2.05.18 — Complex — Salt Lake City, UT*
2.06.18 — Summit Music Hall — Denver, CO*
2.08.18 — Music Hall MPLS — Minneapolis, MN*
2.09.18 — Ready Room — St. Louis, MO
2.11.18 — House of Blues — Chicago, IL
2.12.18 — Crofoot — Detroit, MI
2.13.18 — Opera House — Toronto, Canada
2.14.18 — Corona Theatre — Montreal, Canada
2.16.18 — Paradise Rock Club — Boston, MA
2.17.18 — Gramercy Theater — New York, NY
2.18.18 — Stone Pony — Asbury Park, NJ
2.19.18 — Trocadero Theatre — Philadelphia, PA
2.20.18 — Underground — Charlotte, NC
2.21.18 — Masquerade Heaven — Atlanta, GA
2.23.18 — Becham — Orlando, FL
2.24.18 — Club Red — Destin, FL
2.25.18 — House of Blues — New Orleans, LA
2.27.18 — White Oak Downstairs — Houston, TX
2.28.18 — Cotton Hall — Dallas, TX
3.01.18 — Sunshine — Albuquerque, NM
3.04.18 — Vinyl at Hard Rock Live — Las Vegas, NV
3.05.18 — Orpheum — Flagstaff, AZ
3.06.18 — The Nile Theatre — Mesa, AZ
3.07.18 — SOMA — San Diego, CA
*No Cane Hill

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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