We Are The In Crowd returned to the stage last night on Long Island following canceling several shows due to Tay Jardine’s strep throat. Check out a tweet from the band after last night’s show below by clicking “Read More.”
We Are The In Crowd Cancel Shows Through Thursday Due To Illness
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This is simply a terrible situation for the band to be one, and it’s incredibly unfortunate for all those involved. We Are The In Crowd’s fans seem to be generally understanding of Tay Jardine’s illness, but there must still be an unimaginable amount of stress upon the band during this period.
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We Are The In Crowd have now been forced to cancel five shows due to Tay Jardine’s strep throat. The band would love to play, but are concerned that Jardine could ruin her vocal chords and singing abilities if she strains herself too hard.
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The Wake Up And Be Awesome Tour has been pushing along strongly, and PropertyOfZack has put The Summer Set, We Are The In Crowd, Go Radio, and For The Foxes together for a new Playlist feature. Check out the dates for the tour here and the Playlists below while listening to the songs on Spotify and reading everyone’s thoughts!
The Jackson 5 – I Want You Back
There isn’t another song that gets me more pumped to play a show than this one. It makes me feel so good. - Brian
Fun. – Some Nights
I love warming up my voice to this song, it’s “fun” and difficult to sing. If I can sing through it, then that means I’m having a good vocal day. - Brian
Kanye West – Mercy
I always have to have a pre-show rap song. - Brian
Feed Me – One Click Headshot
Oh no, dub step! This song just makes me feel good, and it kind of makes me want to jump around for hours on end. It’s the perfect song to pump you up. - John
Earl Sweatshirt – Chum
I love almost anything that this guy does. It has an amazing flow. - John
Bruno Mars – Locked Out Of Heaven
It’s so exciting to see a song that sounds as classic as this one resonate on the radio. Especially considering the current radio formula, it’s impressive Mr. Mars. - John
Emeli Sande – Wonder
This is one of those songs that you can listen to on repeat for a month straight, which is exactly what I have been doing. - Jess
Calvin Harris & Florence Welch – Sweet Nothing
This collaboration is fantastic. This song gets you pumped up and Florence Welch has the voice of an angel. - Jess
Tegan and Sara – Closer
Their new album is fantastic, and this being the first song they released is a favorite of mine. - Jess
Fall Out Boy - My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark
I’m so thrilled to see that they’re back. This song is already my JAM. - Brian
I tried to be real honest with this list, so I literally just pulled my favorite song (at the moment) from each of the last 10 records I spun. I find there’s a big difference between the music I listen to at home, and the music I listen to on the road… I mean part of that comes from the difference in format, there’s no way to bring your record collection into the van dynamic, so I usually rely on Spotify and on-the-spot nostalgia playlists that I’ll put together depending on who’s driving/sitting front bench. Where as at home, it’s all classics all the time. Anyway, here’s what I’ve been listening to. - Mike Ferri
Transit - Nothing Lasts Forever
We did Warped last summer with these guys, I didn’t catch them half as much as would have liked to but I got really into their discography when we got home. Their newest single, “Nothing Lasts Forever” rips, hoping for big things for these guys on this next release. Tims other band, Misser, has also been a favorite lately.
Bruno Mars - Locked Out of Heaven
I got really into this track on our last tour with Yellowcard and The Wonder Years, I still find myself playing it at least once a day. On occasion, Rob, Cameron and I will jam this one in-between songs when Tay is talking at shows.
Texas Is The Reason - If It’s Here When We Get Back It’s Ours
TITR has been one of my favorite bands since I was in high school, I recently picked the re-released “Complete” version of Do You Know Who You Are?, which includes this gem (originally off of their EP). Probably one of my favorite songs ever, by one of my favorite bands.
Aesop Rock - Zero Dark Thirty
I’ve been a big fan of Aesop and all of the (now ex?) Def Jux artists for what feels like forever, this song is one of my favorites off of his newest release Skelethon. It’s not for everyone, but I think Aesop is a good starting point for anyone that wants to dive into hip hop with a bit more substance than what most of the mainstream has to offer.
Taylor Swift – Red *Song is not on Spotify
I also just picked this up on vinyl, and in addition to that have been listening to my brothers band (Against The Current), working on their own rendition of the title track.
The Early November - Like A Kid
TRUE STORY: When I first got In Currents I was so pumped on it after first listen that I dropped and broke the record when I impatiently went to flip it back over for a second listen… With that being said, I actually purchased it a second time and am still just as pumped on it. I was never really a big TEN fan growing up, but I’m 100% behind their newest release. Like A Kid is probably one of my favorite tracks, but realistically I could have picked any of them and been happy.
Kendrick Lamar - Swimming Pools (Drank)
I’m into Kendrick, and judging by everyones EOTY lists last year, a lot of other people are too.
Hot Water Music - Remedy
Just picked up Caution on wax, just as good as it’s always been. This was one of the first songs I had ever heard by HWM, felt appropriate for this playlist.
Tokyo Police Club - Not Sick
A “feel good song” of mine, the kind that you put on to enhance your already pleasant disposition.
Justin Timberlake - Suit & Tie
The new king of pop is back, I picked this one up off the iTunes store as soon it dropped. I don’t know how you couldn’t find something to like about Jt… Whether it’s his music, his acting, or his celebrity in general, the dude is just on top of it. See the video for this track for examples of the former, it’s 100% through and through.
Vampire Weekend- Contra
I usually love listening to this band because of their ability to master marrying melody and a feel good vibe. With Contra it is something completely different; still with melody but the feel is absolutely more relaxed and therapeutic. - Matt
Smashing Pumpkins – Muzzle
One of my all time favorite anthems always serves as great motivator or even a good driving tune. The song is about choosing to live life in a different way than most and has gotten my heart pumping ever since i was in 9th grade. - Matt
Counting Crows- Omaha
“Stop tearing the old man down.” Touring is constantly moving. Being somewhere strange to you or that you may be hardly familiar with is an adventure but it can also be a bit unnerving. To me this song is about being anywhere and making it your own. - Matt
All Get Out - Lucky Bastard
I think this band is extremely underrated. At some point on every tour you hit a point where you are just worn out, I think this song was written at one of those times for them. For that reason its the best song to just turn up and sing at the top of my lungs. - Alex
Churchill - I Am Yours
We’ve had the pleasure of playing a few radio shows with these guys and I definitely fell in love with their music. This song blends male and female vocals perfectly, I have a feeling this is a band everybody will know about in the near future! - Alex
The Killers - The Way It Was
Battle Born might be my favorite record these guys have released since Hot Fuss, in fact it might be even better (in my opinion). Lyrically this song really hits home for me and I think Brandon Flowers vocal delivery is spot on. - Alex
Shiny Toy Guns - Wait For Me
It’s just an amazing song, love the melodies, feeling and this band. It’s constantly on repeat. - Steve
Imagine Dragons – Demons
I had always hear this bands name everywhere, so when I finally listened to them, I fell in love with this song. Such a feel good song. - Steve
Kreayshawn - Twerkin!!!
Because sometimes you just have to listen to bad music and get down. - Steve
States - Captivating Me
This was a tough because I wanted to name every song from the record, But If I had to pick one for me RIGHT NOW… this one would be it. - Steve
The Strokes – The Modern Age
Almost 12 years later and I still consistently listen to this record. To me, this is the definitive Strokes song.
Local Natives – You & I
It’s been difficult to finish the new Local Natives album because I want to keep this song on repeat.
The Thermals – A Stare Like Yours
Loud, messy, and makes you feel like you’re at a sweaty basement show. Awesome.
Beach Boys – Heroes and Villains
Musically it’s in a league of its own, while the lyrics tell a tale of cantina girls, gunfire, and the American spirit. A great song to listen to when travelling to unfamiliar places.