Rise Records To Release Misser’s Debut LP Every Day I Tell Myself I’m Going To Be A Better Person Digitally on May 15 With Physical Release to Follow Later This Summer ; Cover Art & Track Listing Revealed; Stream a New Song at: http://youtu.be/hu-04tzgg54

By on May 13, 2012
Rise Records To Release Misser’s Debut LP
Every Day I Tell Myself I’m Going To Be A Better Person Digitally on May 15
With Physical Release to Follow Later This Summer
Cover Art & Track Listing Revealed
Stream a New Song at: http://youtu.be/hu-04tzgg54


Rise Records will release MISSER’s debut LP, Every Day I Tell Myself I’m Going To Be A Better Person, digitally on May 15th, with a physical release coming in late summer.
The label is now streaming a new song titled “I’m Really Starting To Hope The World Ends In 2012” at: http://youtu.be/hu-04tzgg54.
The duo, comprised of Tim Landers of Boston indie rockers Transit and Brad Wiseman of Walnut Creek, CApop punk outfit This Time Next Year will be playing a handful of dates in May, including 2 UKshows on May 26 and 27. See dates below.
Every Day I Tell Myself I’m Going To Be A Better Person was recorded in February 2012 at Danvers, MA’s Maximum Sound Studios and was co-produced by Gary Cioffi (Four Year Strong, Transit) and MISSER. The LP is the follow-up to the band’s 2011 3-song debut EP, Problems. Problems. Problems.
Cover Art:

Track listing:
1. Permanently
2. Time Capsules
3. Bridges
4. Weightless
5. Just Say It
6. I’m Really Starting to Hope the World Ends In 2012
7. Reconnect This
8. Stay Asleep
9. Bad News
10. She Didn’t Turn Out To Be That Cool
11. I’m Sick?
12. Sanity
13. The Waits
Upcoming shows:
May 16 House Show Jumpoff     Allston, MA (email missermusic@gmail.com for details)             
            May 17 Ethical Humanist Society  Garden City, NY   (with No Good News and Daybreaker)           
            May 26          Leeds University     Leeds, United Kingdom   
            May 27          Herts Uni      Hatfield, United Kingdom

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