The Gaslight Anthem are feature don the new NCIS: LA soundtrack. Check out the track listing below by clicking “Read More.”
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Members of the Boston police force are posing as punks online to breakup house shows before they even happen. Not punk.
Brian Fallon is writing an Americana record, but it’s not going to be for The Gaslight Anthem. It seems like Fallon is heavily entrenched in the process write now and that it’s almost taken him to another world.
What a tour. The Menzingers, Fake Problems, Captain We’re Sinking, and Restorations. Too bad it’s just a predominately East Coast tour.
The first Transplants release came out on Hellcat, the second came out on Atlantic, and the third is now coming out on Epitaph. It would be interesting to know if part of the delay in the album came from Barker’s time on Interscope, and if the band signed to Epitaph due to Barker no longer being on a label for blink-182.
This is worth checking out if you’re a fan of The Gaslight Anthem. Handwritten singles are most likely not here because this is assumed to be a SideOneDummy Records release.
Brian Fallon is knee deep in writing a new album, and it’s not for The Gaslight Anthem. Fallon is classifying it as Americana and has big hopes for it. Check out a blog from Fallon on the writing and his hopes below by clicking “Read More.”
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Behind The Booths
The Gaslight Anthem is no longer a secret in any part of the music scene. With the leap from indie to major record label and the success of their latest release, Handwritten, it was obvious that they had to return to Cleveland for the first time in three years on this mini-tour with punk legends The Bouncing Souls.
Cory Branan opened the show with a little taste of what was to come the rest of the night. He played some acoustic rock songs with some punk mentality and did a very good job. An acoustic act never usually works with a sold out show, playing to a crowd that’s mostly there for the headliner. It was hard to hear Branan over the sound of the crowd talking, but he still played through the talking and gained what seemed to be a pretty large handful of fans that were walking around with his LP after the show.
The Bouncing Souls took the stage to their big sing-along and fan favorite “Kids and Heroes,” setting off a fairly mild crowd compared to their last chaotic show in Cleveland. The Souls sounded better than ever as they played through mostly a greatest hits set, leaving most of the punk songs out of the set, as they tried to reel in the alternative rockers that were there to see Gaslight. Standouts included the anthem “True Believers” and when Greg came down to sing “Hopeless Romantic” with the whole crowd.
Brian Fallon even got to be a fanboy with The Souls: he came out and did a duet for “Say Anything” with Greg. It was a very awesome way for Brian to wish The Souls farewell on their last date of the tour together. They closed their set with “Ship In a Bottle,” while Greg explained that the song was about all 24 years of the band put into a single song.
The Gaslight Anthem has been skipping over Cleveland on their last few tours, so the sold-out crowd was more ready than ever when the band came out ready to blow everyone away. They opened with their new hit “Howl,” and continued with a fairly large set containing mostly Handwritten and The 59 Sound. The band sounded amazing with their new addition to the band: Ian, part of The Horrible Crowes.