Flaw has announced plans to release a new album, and a return to the road after a decade of being dormant, Chris Volz (Vocals), Jason Daunt (Guitar), Ryan Jurhs (Bass / Backing Vocals) and Corey Sturgill (Drums) are poised to begin the next chapter of the band’s career. Singer Volz shares, “I’m so excited to announce the soon-to-come release of our first full length album in over 10 years! We are locking down a record label as we speak with our manager Scott Frazier, and have been recording with Grammy winning producer Skidd Mills. We embark on a nationwide tour May 1st with our good friends Seasons After, and I am happy to say that we will be hitting a lot of cities we haven’t played in for quite some time. Words can’t express how psyched we are to be back and how proud we are of the recordings. See you guys soon!” Guitarist Daunt adds, “After several years apart to work out personal issues we have reunited. The time apart has given us clear heads and a new appreciation for the music we are capable of creating together. We are stoked about our renewed musical relationship and can’t wait to share it with the world.”
Flaw has selected friends Seasons After to serve as direct support for the upcoming tour. The Wichita-based band recently released Calamity Scars And Memoirs (Pavement), which follows Through Tomorrow. The band premiered the video for the lead single “Lights Out” via Loudwire which can be viewed here: http://loudwire.com/seasons-after-lights-out-exclusive-video-premiere/
Flaw formed in 1995 with a core of Chris Volz (vocals) and Jason Daunt (guitar). They released the independent albums American Arrogance (1996), Flaw (1998) and Drama (2000). At the turn of the millennium, Flaw signed with Universal Republic Records, and released Through The Eyes in 2001. The offering topped the Billboard “Heatseekers” chart, largely fueled by the singles “Payback” and “Whole.” Links to view these clips are placed below. The band released Endangered Species via Republic in 2004, but soon thereafter the band went through personnel changes and ended their relationship with the label. Years have passed, with various incarnations, rumors, and misinformation permeating the band’s legacy, but in late-2013, the band’s official web site went live once again after eight years of inactivity.
Confirmed appearances follow below. Additional dates will be announced shortly.
5/01 Lancaster, OH Mickey’s Bar & Grill
5/02 Battle Creek, MI The Music Factory
5/03 Joliet, IL Mojoes
5/06 Minneapolis, MN POV’s
5/07 Des Moines, IA Vaudeville Mews
5/08 Janesville, WI The Backbar
5/09 Waterloo, IA Spicoli’s
5/12 St. Louis, MO Firebird
5/13 Merriam, KS Aftershock
5/16 Colorado Springs, CO Sunshine Studios
5/19 Austin, TX Dirty Dog Bar
5/20 San Antonio, TX 210 Kapones Live
5/21 Dallas, TX Trees
5/22 Houston, TX Scout Bar
5/26 Atlanta, GA Masquerade
5/27 Clarksville, TN The Warehouse
5/29 Chesapeake, VA Riffhouse Pub
5/30 Hagerstown, MD Hard Times
6/02 Rochester, NY Montage Music Hall
6/03 Cleveland, OH Agora Ballroom
6/04 Flint, MI The Machine Shop
VIDEOS – FLAW:
Gregory Dark directed “Payback”: http://youtu.be/qQijtjXYqDI
Dean Karr directed “Whole”: http://youtu.be/uvQMPagkFPA
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