I Call Fives will release their debut full-length, I Call Fives, on July 10th via Pure Noise Records. Album art and track listing below. Pre-order bundles are available here.
01. Late Nights
03. Backup Plan
04. The Fall Guy
05. Stuck In ’03
07. Wrong Things
08. Two Sides To Every Story
09. We Were Right Together And We Were Wrong Together
10. Regrets And Setbacks
11. Sleep Well
Well, it’s finally that time of year again. Everyone’s putting together their holiday playlists, so what kind of blogger would I be if I didn’t contribute? Rarely do I dish out two-parters, but you guys were good this year. Part one is full of classic songs that most people have heard through the media, church, etc. Part two are songs written by the artists themselves. Hopefully you volunteer to bring the music to your family gatherings. Don’t forget to snag last year’s Christmas mixes right here.
Happy Holidays from the guy at Plug Yourself In!
Part One: Classics
01. Acceptance - “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)”
02. The Almost - “Little Drummer Boy”
03. Anberlin - “Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)”
04. Bright Eyes - “Blue Christmas”
05. Deas Vail - “Do You Hear What I Hear?”
06. Go Radio - “O’ Holy Night”
07. Hawk Nelson - “Silent Night”
08. House Of Heroes - “All I Want For Christmas Is You”
09. Panic! At The Disco - “White Christmas”
10. The Reign Of Kindo - “What Child Is This?”
11. Seabird - “Go Tell It On The Mountain”
12. The Track Record - “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas”
Part Two: Originals
01. Amely - Christmas Time Again
02. Forever The Sickest Kids - Mistletoe Is For Quitters
03. The Honorary Title - “Merry Christmas, Baby”
04. I Call Fives - “This Xmas”
05. Jack’s Mannequin - “The Lights And Buzz”
06. Jimmy Eat World - “12.23.95”
07. The Maine - “Mr. Winter”
08. Sherwood - “Snowing In Seattle”
09. Sleep For Sleepers - “Weather”
10. Taking Back Sunday - “Merry Christmas, I Missed You So Much”
11. This Century - “Dream Of Christmas”
12. You, Me, And Everyone We Know - “We’ve Got Diggin’ Out To Do”
Here’s everything you may have missed in the last week (12/07/10 - 12/14/10):
A handful of bands have been released for the Never Say Never Festival. South Texas represent.
Story Of The Year will play Page Avenue in its entirety on February 4 at a hometown show in St. Louis. Why can’t they make this a tour?
Snag a free Lovedrug Christmas EP right here.
Watch Jimmy Eat World perform “Coffee & Cigarettes” on Conan.
Taking Back Sunday is close to finishing up the new record. Oh yes.
Dates for The Game Changers Tour (A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, Pierce The Veil, and We Came As Romans) can be seen here.
Cute Is What We Aim for will start recording in January. Anyone else think that their time has come and gone?
Paramore will start writing their new album next year. It’ll be hard to top Brand New Eyes.
Rise Against is almost done with their new record.
Craig Owens was in a car wreck on top of having strep throat on tour. FYL, dude.
Watch the video for Valencia’s version of “Father Christmas”.
Dates for The Dirty Work Tour (All Time Low, Yellowcard, Hey Monday, and The Summer Set) are up. One of the better lineups I’ve seen in a while.
I Call Fives has partnered with JaGK. Don’t know what this means, but they deserve any kind of exposure.
The Young Veins are on hiatus. Viva P!ATD.
Eisley will release The Valley on March 1. They’re offering a free download of “Ambulance” here.
Gym Class Heroes are working on new music. I guess Travie’s not a billionaire yet.
Watch Hey Monday perform an acoustic version of “I Don’t Wanna Dance” for SmartPunk Live.
Get All Time Low’s new Christmas jam, “Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass”, for free on their website.
Max Bemis is embarking on a short solo tour in February.
Details about The Maine’s In Darkness & In Light can be seen here. Looks pretty cool, I wish more bands did this.
Watch You, Me, & Everyone We Know perform two songs acoustically.
Anything else you think people should know about? Submit it! I’ll add it here.