We Are The In Crowd are currently featured as one of MTV’s Artist To Watch, where the band is thrilled to premiere the official music video for “Manners“! “Manners” is off We Are The In Crowd’s most recent album Weird Kids, available now on Hopeless Records. Head over to MTV to watch the music video for “Manners” now: http://wearetheincrowd.mtv.com/.
An exclusive version of Weird Kids is now available through Best Buy, featuring two bonus tracks. Pick up the album here: http://bit.ly/1qiUmT2. Weird Kids is also available for purchase digitally through iTunes, here: http://bit.ly/1hMzsKD.
“‘Manners’ is a post breakup song,” says female lead Tay Jardine. “However, we played mine and Jordan’s vocal parts a bit differently than we usually do. The male vocal (Jordan) plays a strong supporting role with lines in the chorus, ‘I earned my wings teaching guys like you, to keep your mouth shut.” The bridge of the song is also one of my favorite parts – being able to leave a relationship in your past is always progress in moving forward, but leaving it in a song feels so good.”
“Weird Kids,” produced by John Feldmann (The Used, Yellowcard, All Time Low, Panic! At The Disco), is WATIC’s follow-up release to their successful debut album, “Best Intentions,”which launched the band into worldwideexposure – debuting at 122 on the Billboard Top 200 and landing the band on the covers of Alternative Press and Kerrang! Magazine. The band garnered over 3 million YouTube views for their “Never Be What You Want (Acoustic)” music video, received a prestigious Kerrang! Awards nomination for Best International Newcomer in 2011, and rocked major festivals like Reading and Leeds and international tours with bands including All Time Low, Mayday Parade, Yellowcard, Never Shout Never and many more. While some bands might be content to rest on the laurels of newfound success, WATIC had no such interest, heading into the studio with more ambition than ever.
In the studio, Feldmann acted as a catalyst, pushing the band to step out of their comfort zone and helping them reach their full creative potential as a band. In addition to the snarky, wit that is characteristic of WATIC, Weird Kids put forth their most diverse material to date – and exposes an intimate, more personal side of Jardine that allows listeners into her world in a way they haven’t been before.
The Poughkeepsie, NY quintet-consisting of lead vocalist Tay Jardine, vocalist/guitarist Jordan Eckes, guitarist Cameron Hurley, bassist Mike Ferri and drummer Rob Chianelli-is back after four whirlwind years together with a determination and drive that has turned first-time listeners into diehard fans, with the aid of Jardine’s infectious attitude and spunky, quick-witted personality. She’s got the type of stage presence that drives guys crazy (in a good way) while making girls want to emulate her.
“Manners” is the fifth song to be released off We Are The In Crowd’s upcoming album, following “Attention,” “The Best Thing (That Never Happened),” “Long Live The Kids,” and “Windows In Heaven,” with each new song bringing the anticipation for the full album higher, tastemakers including FUSE have named “Weird Kids” one of their “Most Anticipated Albums” of 2014 and MTV Buzzworthy has coined Jardine as one of the “15 Fresh Females Who Will Rule Pop in 2014.” Check out the action-packed music video for “The Best Thing (That Never Happened)” directed by Mark Staubach (Lupe Fiasco, Travie McCoy, Cody Simpson) here: http://youtu.be/BFqtasnu7y8.
We Are The In Crowd are currently gearing up to hit the road with New Found Glory and Fireworks on the Glamour Kills Tour this fall! Tickets for the Glamour Kills Tour are on sale now. Purchase them at www.theglamourkillstour.com. In 2015, the band will be heading over to the UK to join the Kerrang! Tour with Don Broco. Please see below for tour dates, and for more information, visit: http://wearetheincrowd.com/tour.
Glamour Kills Tour w/ New Found Glory & Fireworks
Oct 3 House of Blues San Diego, CA
Oct 4 House of Blues Los Angeles, CA
Oct 5 Marquee Theatre Tempe, AZ
Oct 7 Emo’s Austin, TX
Oct 9 Orpheum Tampa, FL
Oct 10 House of Blues Orlando, FL
Oct 11 Revolution Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Oct 12 Masquerade Atlanta, GA
Oct 14 Rams Head Live Baltimore, MD
Oct 15 Theatre of Living Arts Philadelphia, PA
Oct 16 House of Blues Boston, MA
Oct 17 Toad’s Place New Haven, CT
Oct 18 Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
Oct 19 Best Buy Theater New York, NY
Oct 21 Town Ballroom Buffalo, NY
Oct 22 Altar Bar Pittsburgh, PA
Oct 23 House of Blues Cleveland, OH
Oct 24 Majestic Theatre Detroit, MI
Oct 25 House of Blues Chicago, IL
Oct 26 The Ready Room St Louis, MO
Oct 28 Bourbon Theater Lincoln, NE
Oct 30 Sunshine Theater Albuquerque, NM
Oct 31 Hard Rock Live Las Vegas, NV
Nov 1 House of Blues Anaheim, CA
Nov 2 Ace of Spades Sacramento, CA
Nov 4 Showbox Seattle, WA
Nov 5 Hawthrone Theater Portland, OR
Nov 7 Regency Ballroom San Francisco, CA
Nov 8 The Catalyst Santa Cruz, CA
Kerrang! Tour w/ Dan Broco
Feb 6 Nick Rayns LCR UEA Norwich
Feb 7 O2 Academy Leeds
Feb 9 O2 Guildhall Southampton
Feb 10 O2 Academy Bristol
Feb 11 Olympia Theatre Dublin
Feb 13 University Great Hall Cardiff
Feb 14 O2 Academy Manchester
Feb 15 O2 Academy Newcastle
Feb 16 O2 Academy Glasgow
Feb 18 O2 Academy Liverpool
Feb 19 O2 Academy Birmingham
Feb 20 The Forum London
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