New York experimental rockers Take One Car announce Winter tour dates

By on November 13, 2014
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New York rockers Take One Car have announced their Winter Tour. The short 9-date tour kicks off on Nov 20th in Ithaca, NY and will run until Nov 29th where it wraps up at the second annual Flannel Fest in Carmel, NY.

 

More info and full dates below.

 

The quartet have recently completed the recording of the highly anticipated, as-of-yet untitled, album number three. Due for release early 2015, it will be the follow up to 2012’s acclaimed It’s Going To Be A Nice Day.

 

Full Tour Dates

NOVEMBER:

20th @ CSMA – Ithaca, NY

21st @ Irish Wolf Pub – Scranton, PA

22nd @ TBA – Pittsburgh/Ohio

23rd @ The Avenue – Lansing, MI

24th @ Buzzbin Art & Music Shop – Canton, OH

25th @ The Rockery – Wyandotte, MI

26th @ Club K – Baltimore, MD

28th @ Matchless – Brooklyn, NY

29th @ Arts On The Lake – Carmel, NY

 

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Since the release of When The Ceiling Meets The Floor in 2010, Take One Car has established themselves as one of the Northeast’s most talented and hard-working bands. Take One Car contrasts the unrelenting drums and heavy guitars with the subtleties of Tyler Irish’s delicate but assertive vocals, a complex and almost enchanting sound that has prevented the men from Millerton nestling comfortably into a specific genre, instead providing a set of sincere and insurmountably original tracks as the band continues to challenge themselves and answer with resounding success.

 

It was with the release of 2012’s critically acclaimed It’s Going To Be A Nice Day however that Take One Car began to receive recognition from across the U.S and internationally, receiving a wave of magnificent reviews from critics, fans and influential industry personnel alike. Much of Take One Car’s success can be attributed to their notoriously dynamic live show, an attribute which has seen them share the stage with genre leaders such as O’Brother, Abel, Thrice and Circa Survive as well as playing some of the most popular festivals in the region including the likes of Bamboozle, Hoodwink and Seaside Festival.

 

2015 looks to be an exciting time for Take One Car, with their new album set for release and a typically packed national touring schedule to boot.

 

‘It’s no easy task to make an album that holds true to post-hardcore, indie, and rock’s individual aesthetics, while still keeping it cohesive. Unless, of course, you’re Take One Car, and are offering up sophomore album It’s Going To Be A Nice Day.’  – Pure Volume

 

‘…there’s something special in this sophomore effort and I can’t wait to see how they progress from here, 4.5/5.’ – Punknews

 

‘It’s Going To Be A Nice Day is an exceptionally mature and well produced follow up’ – Sputnik Music

 

‘The music truly takes a life of its own, vibrantly flowing along in the precise direction the band intended for it. 80%’ – Absolute Punk

 

‘New York quartet Take One Car show huge potential with their full length album ‘It’s Going To Be A Nice Day’ – Punktastic

 

‘Take One Car Leaves Scene Bands in the Rearview!’ – Blank TV

 

 

 

It’s Going To Be A Nice Day is Available NOW on Bandcamp & iTunes 

 

 

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