Story Of The Year have shared their newest single and music video “2005”, out now via SharpTone Records. Transporting listeners back to the titular year with a nostalgic pop-punk baseline and energetic vocals, “2005″ is a call to reminisce on the good times and a reminder to make the most of the experiences you have with those closest to you.
“2005 is a journey into the heart of Story Of The Year. It’s a story about youth and falling in love with music. It’s a reminder of how far we’ve come as a band and how lucky I am to still be playing music with my best friends. This song makes me excited for the future of SOTY.” said vocalist Dan Marsala.
Fans can stream “2005” now at https://found.ee/2005-1.
Yesterday, the band announced that they’re hitting the road in the US this summer to support Yellowcard and the 20th anniversary of Ocean Avenue. Story Of The Year are on select dates alongside Mayday Parade and This Wild Life, making stops in Baltimore, New York City, Detroit, Chicago, Atlanta, Tampa, and more. Tickets are available February 17 at 10am local time.
Story Of The Year are also hosting a sold-out hometown release show for their upcoming 6th studio album Tear Me To Pieces, taking place on March 11 at The Pageant in St. Louis, MO.
For more details and tickets to all shows, visit http://www.storyoftheyear.net/tour
‘Tear Me To Pieces’ is set for a release on March 10, 2023 via SharpTone Records. The new album is distinctly, invitingly, loudly Story Of The Year. Heartache, desperation, motivation, toxic relationships, pain, loss, anger – all of the essential ingredients of the classic Story Of The Year sound propel Tear Me to Pieces in dazzling new ways. The new album features previously released singles “Real Life,” “Tear Me To Pieces,” “Take The Ride,” and “War.”
Fans can pre-save Tear Me To Pieces now at https://bfan.link/tear-me-to-pieces-3
“I think this album will be a defining moment in our career,” says Phillips. “When our fans hear it, they’ll be like, ‘Oh, shit, these dudes are ready to go!’ This is the sound of a band putting everything into it. If a new band came out with this album, I’d be texting everyone in my band about it.”