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Four Year Strong Announce UK Tour To Support New Album & Tickets

Wednesday, 07 April 2010 Written by Jon Stickler
Four Year Strong Announce UK Tour To Support New Album & Tickets

Punk pop outfit Four Year Strong are returning to the UK with a string of dates to support the release of their anticipated new album ‘Enemy Of The World’.

Forming in Massachusetts in 2001, the band consisting of Dan O’Connor (vocals and guitar), Alan Day (vocals and guitar), Josh Lyford (vocals and synth), Jake Massucco (drums) and Joe Weiss (bass) have always given their best shot at creating the kind of music that they themselves would want to hear on the radio.

Being influenced by the likes of Blink-182, Saves The Day and New Found Glory the variety in their motivation has resulted in their music resembling anything from punk pop to hardcore to indie rock.

Carrying such a distinct sound, Four Year Strong are an incredibly energetic band to match. Their live shows are a frenzied audio assault that has led them to feature on a high number of tours.

With the escalating media attention, it didn’t take long for Four Year Strong to get signed up to a label. Having caught the eye of Fallout Boy’s Pete Wentz, the bassist signed up FYS to his label Decaydance Records in February 2008.

Becoming hot property didn’t interfere with Four Year Strong’s work rate however, they continued with a hectic tour schedule and were part of the Rockstar Taste Of Chaos tour and co-headlined an American summer tour last year with Set Your Goals. Recently the band has been touring the US with Every Time I Die.

Four Year Strong will play the following UK dates:

May 2010

28th O2 Academy, Bournemouth (support from New Found Glory)
29th University of Hatfield, Hatfield
31st O2 Academy Glasgow, Glasgow (support from New Found Glory)

June 2010

1st The Slade Rooms, Broad Street, Wolverhampton
2nd O2 Academy2, Liverpool
3rd O2 Academy Islington, London

Tickets are available from 9am on Thursday 8th April.

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