Freshman 15, Neighborhood Kids, Equal Squeeze, Say Yes, The Weekend Routine

Freshman 15

It’s time to start feeling really good, as Freshman 15 return with their brand new album “Here’s To Feeling Good” on March 13th, 2012.

Following up to the celebratory debauchery Freshman 15 created the last time around with “Throw Up Your Hands For One Night Stands”, “Here’s To Feeling Good” is loaded full of tasty songs about embracing life and living in the the moment. This album takes a huge leap forward on all levels, showcasing the bands stronger musicianship and a bolder, more creative lyrical flair.

Freshman 15′s “Here’s To Feeling Good” will be available on March 13th, 2012 on Standby Records. For more information on Freshman 15, visit them at www.facebook.com/freshman15rock , or on their label home at www.standbyrecords.net.

Neighborhood Kids

Hailing from New York, New York, Neighborhood Kids burst onto the scene seeking to push the boundaries of today’s pop, rock, and electronica. you may have seen the band performing alongside Paradise Fears, Rocky Loves Emily, Action Item + more. With incorporated vibes from alternative, pop and rock genres, they have found a unique sound that could just make them your next favorite band. Their first single, “Heartbreakers” has a catchy beat provided by drummer, John Damiano, and bassist, Billy Houlihan; and a melody that will get you off your feet! Their first album Get Dumb is available anywhere music is sold online!

Equal Squeeze is a pop-punk band from Edwardsville Illinois. The band was formed in early 2010 when lead singer Trey Garrison and drummer Joey Kotsybar joined up with bassist Stephen Gooden, guitarist Luke Hughes, and former guitarist Drew Jackson.

The band almost immediately started playing shows and hasn't stopped. Playing their own originals, the band tries to live by New Found Glory's words "...Pop Punk is Not Dead" while incorporating their own unique sound. After the bands humble beginnings playing graduation parties and battle of the bands, they began playing in St. Louis with bands like House of Heroes, The Graduate, Anarbor, I Call Fives and Parachute. The band recorded their first EP in mid January 2011 and is now available in the website store and on itunes.

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Wednesday, August 7 · Doors 7:00 PM / Show 7:30 PM at FUBAR