This year’s Vans Warped Tour is making its band announcements on Fuse with episodes of Warped Roadies. The first announcement came tonight, with six bands being announced. The six bands? Woe Is Me, I See Stars, Go Radio, The Story So Far, Like Moths To Flames, and Big Chocolate. In addition to these six bands, two other bands have been confirmed in some way: Forever Came Calling were apparently told by Warped founder Kevin Lyman himself that they’d be playing, and Lyman also told Kerrang! Magazine that Bring Me The Horizon would be playing. …
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Go Radio have premiered their new music video for “Go To Hell” off their sophomore full-length album, Close The Distance.
The video features Go Radio frontman Jason Lancaster (ex-Mayday Parade) playing his piano on a float that parades through the streets. He’s singing “Go To Hell” to a girl who broke up with her deployed marine boyfriend via a letter for a guy who buys her fancy clothes.
Go Radio have announced that they will be heading out on the #GoToHell Tour, with Paradise Fears and Stages and Stereos, in early November.
This tour starts up in the band’s hometown of Tallahasse, FL on November 2 and ends in Nashville, TN on December 4 so be sure to grab your tickets when they become available. Please view the entire touring itinerary below and let UTG know if you plan on attending any dates!
Go Radio The #gotohell Tour Dates:
11/02 – Tallahasse, FL @ Side Bar
11/03 – Jacksonville, FL @ Roc Bar
11/07 – Tampa, FL @ …
Go Radio have partnered up with billboard.com to release an exclusive stream of their entire upcoming album Close The Distance. The album is currently set to be released September 18 via Fearless Records. If you are interested in checking it out, then head right here to take a listen to it!
The band has a few different pre-order options available still, so when you get the chance, take a look at their MerchNow page to purchase a bundle. Go Radio are currently on tour, and will be on the road into the first week of October. Be sure to …
Go Radio have proven to us that their powerful new single “Go To Hell” is breaking new ground and now is the time for their stunning music video to make an impact. Probably one of my favorite videos from the Florida rockers.
This song is off of the band’s forthcoming album, Close The Distance, which is being released on September 18 via Fearless Records. Pre-order packages are available here.
Please head through the Entertainment Weekly link to watch this great video from Go Radio and shared with your friends.
Artist: Go Radio
Album: Close The Distance
Genre: Power-pop/piano rock
Label: Fearless Records
In 2007, I was introduced to the velvet voice of Jason Lancaster by way of A Lesson In Romantics, the debut full length of his band Mayday Parade. This album quickly became a staple in my library. Anticipating a follow up record, I purchased Anywhere But Here with enthusiasm and excitement. In 2009, I wasn’t very up-to-date on news. As you can already guess, I was pretty shocked and disappointed to discover Lancaster wasn’t on the new record. Playing catch up, I sought out some information on …
Heartbroken pop rockers Go Radio have partnered with MTV Buzzworthy to premiere the latest single from their highly-anticipated Sophomore album. “Go To Hell” features a piano heavy set of verses with vocalist Jason Lancaster’s signature throat-wrenching voice cutting through the rhythm with heartache and angst. A definite step forward for the band’s evolution, but still well within their wheel house, I have a feeling this one will be a hit amongst the show-going scenesters. Click past the jump and enjoy.
Go Radio will have a new album in stores this Fall. Stay tuned for updates.
This song is off of the group’s upcoming effort Close The Distance, that is released on September 18 through Fearless Records. The album was produced by Paul Wisner (Dashboard Confessional/Underoath).
Please be sure to listen to the song by clicking over to AP and tell Under The Gun Review what you think after the jump.
Go Radio announced to their fan base that they have pushed back the release date of their upcoming album, Close The Distance, to September 18. Read an official statement from the group below and comment.
“Hey guys. We just wanted to clear up a few things about ‘Close the Distance’. We had to push the release back to make sure everything was as perfect as we know you guys deserve. It’s hitting shelves September 18th, so everyone mark your calendars and be ready for the greatest record any of us have been a part of. This is a monumental release …
Controversial frontman, Tyler Carter (ex-Woe, Is Me), recently performed a new song entitled, “Bad Girl,” during his set on 1 May at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, California. Check out the live video after the bump.
The dirty pop track finds Carter grooving along, filling the random electronic voids with his nasally, R&B vocals. Carter’s solo adventure is a far cry from his metalcore days singing clean vocals for Rise Records’ Woe, Is Me. Carter left the “family” (as so many others have…odd family) back in 2011 to peruse a solo, pop career.
While I (Tori) saw This Providence in Grand Rapids, I decided to grab footage of one of the four new songs they performed live. This song is entitled “Deep End” and will be featured on the band’s upcoming EP. The EP will be released in late April, and if you see the band on the Lucky Street Tour with Go Radio and Tyler Carter, make sure you pre-order the EP for $5.
After making the decision to leave Fueled By Ramen, This Providence have decided to work independently and release new music independently. This is in their favor, because those …
Go Radio started off their tour right last night by performing a brand new song, “What If You Don’t,” at the Emerson Theatre in Indianapolis. This song can be seen by simply heading through the jump. Please be sure to comment with your thoughts!
Please check out all of the released touring dates for the Lucky Street Tour, featuring direct support from This Providence, Tonight Alive, Simple As Surgery, Ivory Lights and Tyler Carter right here. Are you planning on attending a date or two of this run?