With Milestones & Knuckle Puck
Date: April 7, 2017
Venue: The House of Blues
City: Anaheim, CA, USA
Highlight: Acoustic performance of “Miserable at Best”, “Terrible Things”, and Cover of “Yesterday” by The Beatles.
Reviewed By: Alice G.
It’s been ten years since “Miserable At Best” left us all heart broken for the first time, and in true emo fashion, an anniversary celebration to mourn was necessary. We took out our eyeliner, donned on our best band tees and hit the road. Downtown Disney served as a good home for the House of Blues for many years, but as it grew it had to be relocated. HOB is now found at the Anaheim Gardenwalk. Continue reading
We’ve all had to say goodbye, we’ve all had to let someone go. It always hurts and it always sucks!
We hate to admit that we’ve all been there, but it’s true, Mayday Parade are just better at putting it into words that actually make sense. Have you heard the moody track ‘Letting Go‘ yet? If not it’s your lucky day, the countdown is over and you can now watch the video!
Let’s Be Honest, It May Be Good As Gold
Release Date: October 9, 2015
Label: Fearless Records
Rocks Like: Cute Is What We Aim For, The Maine, You Me At Six
Recommended Track(s): Hollow, Keep in Mind, Transmogrification Is a New Technology, All On Me
I don’t know about you, but we here at Remember Media have been waiting for this album forever… And it’s finally here! Black Lines does not fail to impress. Well, Mayday Parade never fails to impress. Each album has always been slightly different than the last, but this time it’s a whole new sound altogether; a side to Mayday Parade we have not yet heard before. Yes, we may have caught glimpses here and there, but now we can see all of the darkness.