Breathe Carolina has posted their latest single “Hit And Run” online for stream here. The track is from the band latest, yet-to-be-titled full-length that will be released later this year through Columbia Records.
Breathe Carolina is ready to hit the road this fall with dubstep mastermind, Big Chocolate, to kick-off on November 7th in St Louis, MO.
The band recently released their new EP Blackout: The Remixes, featuring remixes of their hit single “Blackout“. The EP includes remixes by respected DJs Wideboys, Tek-One, Tommy Noble, and upcoming tour mate Big Chocolate. A press release and tour dates are located below.
A blend of dizzying electro-pop with their roots in the rock scene, Denver, CO duo Breathe Carolina have their eyes on superstardom with the release of Hell Is What You Make It. Their third full-length features hit single “Blackout”, and sees the band at their best – pushing their own limits, determined to bring their party to the masses. Their impressive resume boasts music cues on NBC’s Monday Night Football, The Jay Leno Show and MTV’s The Hills, The City, Good Vibes, a slot in Alternative Press’ Most Anticipated Albums 2011, a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live and 60,000 copies already sold of their hit album Hello Fascination.
Headline tour w/ Big Chocolate
Nov 07 – St. Louis, MO @ The Firebird
Nov 08 – Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s Rock Club
Nov 09 – Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
Nov 10 – DeKalb, IL @ The House Café
Nov 11 – Grand Rapids, MI @ MXTP
Nov 12 – Detroit, MI @ Shelter
Nov 13 – Toledo, OH @ Frankies
Nov 14 – Columbus, OH @ The Basement
Nov 16 – Akron, OH @ Musica
Nov 17 – Syracuse, NY @ The Lost Horizon
Nov 19 – Providence, RI @ Club Hell
Nov 20 – Hartford, CT @ The Space
Nov 21 – Cambridge, MA @ Middle East
Nov 22 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Loft | The Chance
Nov 23 – Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
Nov 25 – New York, NY @ The Studio At Webster Hall
Nov 26 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Lanes
Nov 27 – Philadelphia, PA @ The First Unitarian Church
Nov 29 – Baltimore, MD @ The Ottobar
Unsilent Night w/ Various Artists
Dec 10 – Dallas, TX @ Centennial Hall
Breathe Carolina has premiered the music video for their song “Blackout” online. The track is off their new album, “Hell Is What You Make It,” which is available now through Fearless Records. You can view the video below.
Breathe Carolina have released their new song, “Sweat It Out“, for streaming on their Facebook. The song is featured on the groups new album, “Hell Is What You Make It,” which releases tomorrow through Fearless Records.
Breathe Carolina has posted their new song “Wooly” up for stream on their Facebook. The track is off the duos latest album “Hell Is What You Make It” which will be hitting stores on July 12th through Fearless Records.
Breathe Carolina have released their new song, “Blackout,” for stream online here. The track will appear on the band’s upcoming album, “Hell Is What You Make It” which will be in stores on July 12th through Fearless Records.
Breathe Carolina is set to release their new album “Hell Is What You Make It” on July 12th through Fearless Records. You can listen to a sample from the album below.
Fearless Records has posted Breathe Carolina‘s cover song “Down” online here. (Facebook Required) The song is from the labels new compilation “Punk Goes Pop Vol. 3” which will be released on November 2nd.
Breathe Carolina has posted the video for their song “Hello Fascination” online. The song is from the album of the same name, which is in stores now through Fearless Records. You can watch the video below.
Release Date: September 22nd, 2009
Record Label: Popsicle Records
Genre: Electronica Rock
What used to only be a problem for guys at last call looking for leftovers to take home and ignoring the slight lump on “her” throat and crotch, has now infiltrated our music. “Her” now-cliche growing up gay lifestyle, androgynous appearance, and love for all things materialistic and trashy, have helped Jeffree Star amass a city’s population in fans. I feel I must do my due diligence and comment/warn about his recent record, “Beauty Killer.” The sad thing is that I’m not even one of those people that just hates Jeffree for being a stuck up “tranny,” if you will. I have much deeper concerns. Concerns that tend to sneak into this years Warped Tour, with his friends Millionaires and Brokencyde, and musically defecate on their fans why they await with open arms and open mouths. Not to mention the fact that J. Star’s electronica rock is rehashed and tired, and the lyrics are mind-numbingly dreadful (not that he wrote them all himself anyways). And even with enjoyable features on the record, such as Matt Skiba (Alkaline Trio), Breathe Carolina, and Kyle Castellani (Nural), the album still can’t get its head out of mediocrity. “Beauty Killer” is the anthem for all those teenage girls that practice self hate and listen to trends and slutty garbage. Well at least Marilyn Manson has some company in the “is that a girl? no wait its a guy” club. ~Staff