Crash Romeo set to hit the road
Tours March 20, 2008 By Jane Cohen & Bob Grossweiner
New Jersey pop-punk band Crash Romeo is headed out on the road in support of their sophomore release, “Gave Me The Clap” (Trustkill Records), which drops March 25. The album was produced by Chris Badami (The Starting Line, The Early November).
The tour kicks off April 13 in Allentown, PA and joining Crash Romeo will be Tub Ring, Driver Side Impact and School Boy Humor. Before the trek begins, the band will be doing a handful of free acoustic in-store performances at several New Jersey music stores.
A video for the album’s first radio track, “Popular,” will debut in the coming weeks. It will also be included in Mountain Dew’s Amp 6 Pack, a compilation of new songs that goes out to over 250 college radio station DJs nationwide. The band will also be featured on Mountain Dew’s website.
“We think the new songs rock,” singer Travis Weber said in a statement. “This next record will have something for everyone. We have songs that make you dance, songs that make you want to party, songs that will make you cry, and songs that will make you just want to break something in your room.”
Crash Romeo tour itinerary (more dates TBA):
13 Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock
16 La Crosse, WI The Warehouse
17 St. Paul, MN Station 4
23 San Antonio, TX White Rabbit
24 Austin, TX Red 7
25 Houston, TX Javajazz
26 New Orleans, LA The High Ground
(The image accompanying this story is from MTV.com)
Last Updated on March 20, 2008 by By Jane Cohen & Bob Grossweiner