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Young Livers detail plans for new album and upcoming tours

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Gainesville, Fl’s Young Livers have dropped us all a little info about their plans for 2009 including writing and recording the follow up to their successful debut The New Drop Era for No Idea Records as well their upcoming tour plans with Coliseum and Virgins.

Matt Farrell from the Young Livers had this to say about their plans:

“We had a little bit of time off from the band due to some injuries (someone is accident prone in the band). Now Mike Carter (Glass & Ashes) is back here and we are in the full swing of writing a new record. We are going to demo some of the tracks in March maybe post some parts of them, not sure. We have the Harvest of Hope Fest (March 6,7,8 www.harvestofhopefest.com) and a tour with Coliseum afterwards we will be heading to California to record with Armand John Anthony at Satellite Studios in Ventura CA (recorded the last Glass and Ashes record) in the beginning of June. The majority of the material is written and we are all excited to write an entire record with a bass player this time through. As it stands right now we will have more tracks on this record than the last and maybe some to spare.”
 
The band also released a split 7” last year with Bridge & Tunnel on No Idea and a live split 7” with Army of Ponch on Sound Study Recording
 
YOUNG LIVERS TOUR DATES:
3/6-8 – St Augustine, FL @ Harvest of Hope FEST
3/9 – Gainesville, FL @ The Kickstand w.Ghost Mice, Pink Houses, Paul Baribeau
3/28 – Athens,GA @ TBA
3/29 – Charlotte, NC @ Lunchbox Records (Early All Ages Show)
3/29 – Charlotte, NC @ The Milestone
3/30 – Wilmington, NC @ Luckys w. Coliseum
3/31 – Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern w. Coliseum
4/1 – Orlando, FL @ The Black Box Collective w. Coliseum & Virgins
4/2 – Miami, FL @ Churchills w. Coliseum & Virgins
4/3 – Lake Worth, FL @ Kleins Dance w. Coliseum & Virgins
4/4 – Tampa, FL @ Transistions w. Coliseum & Virgins
4/5 – Gainesville, FL @ The Atlantic w. Coliseum & Virgins
4/6 – Savannah, GA @ TBA w. Coliseum
4/7 – Birminghma, AL @ Cave 9 w. Coliseum
4/8 – Atlanta, GA @ Drunken Unicorn w. Coliseum
 
4/13 – Tallahassee, FL @ The Engine Room w. Laserhead
 
Crucial Links:
http://www.myspace.com/younglivers
http://www.noidearecords.com/
http://www.myspace.com/coliseum
http://www.myspace.com/virginsofflorida
 
 
 
Tony Weinbender- Southern Lovin’ Press Wrangler
Working all the sweet sweet jams from
No Idea, Recess, Kiss of Death, Suburban Home, Sound Study Recordings, Say 10, 1-2-3-4 Go!, and Dirt Nap…more to come!
Tony@noidearecords.com
myspace: http://www.myspace.com/tonythefest
Southern Lovin’/ FEST line: 352-379-9099
po box 14636 Gainesville, FL 32604
For Bios/Mp3s/Photos/Reviews/Album Art of any of the bands I talk your ear off about go here:
http://www.noidearecords.com/promo
Working Now:
Git Some – “Cosmic Rock” – 1234 GO!
Liquid Limbs – “Orquid” – Sound Study
The Riot Before – “Fists Buried in Pockets” – Say-10
The Measure [SA] – “One Chapter In the Book…” – Kiss of Death
Off With Their Heads – “From The Bottom” – No Idea
Bridge & Tunnel – “East/West” – No Idea
*Voted #1 album of the month on PUNKNEWS.ORG!!!
Ninja Gun- “Restless Rubes” –  Suburban Home
Coming Soon:
Monikers – “Wake Up” – Kiss of Death
The Serious Geniuses – “You Can Steal The Riffs…” – Kiss of Death
Joey Cape-“Bridge”-Suburban Home
Useless ID- “The Lost Broken Bones” -Suburban Home
NoBunny – “Love Visions” – 1234 GO!
Virgins – “Miscarriage” – Kiss of Death
Chris Wollard – “The Ship Thieves” – No Idea

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