The Skinny: Listen to the new album from Veara, Growing Up Is Killing Me, a full week before the September 24th release date on Epitaph! Head below to check it out via the YouTube player. Growing Up Is Killing Me is a huge sonic step forward for this powerful pop-punk band. Beneath the ear-candy layered power chords, the band have an urgent message about life, friendship, and betrayal and they are expressing the only way they know how: Through their music. They hope that when fans listen to the album, they know that they are not alone in the process of growing up.

Catch Veara’s energertic live experience this Fall as they tour North America support of Growing Up Is Killing Me. Fans can pre-order the album at the Epitaph online store.

Growing Up Is Killing Me Track Listing:

01. Next Stop…Everywhere
02. The Worst Part Of You
03. None Of The Above
04. Growing Up Is Killing Me (feat. Dan Campbell)
05. Between Friends And A Hard Place
06. Don’t Call Me Lucky (feat. Shane Told)
07. Lens Of Truth
08. Paralysis By Analysis
09. Separate Ways
10. Fake Blood (feat. Andrew DeNeef)
11. No More Secrets
12. The World Won’t Wait

North American Tour Dates:

09/20 – Augusta, GA – Sector 7g (Record Release Show)
09/21 – Myrtle Beach, SC – Fresh Brewed Coffee
09/23 – Stanhope, NJ – Stanhope House
09/24 – Chesapeake, VA – Club Relevant
09/25 – Baltimore, MD – Sidebar
09/26 – Philadelphia, PA – Barbary
09/27 – Amityville, NY – The Amityville Music Hall and Tavern
09/28 – Boston, MA – The Middle East (Early Show)
09/29 – Poughkeepsie, NY – The Loft
10/02 – Toronto, Canada – Hard Luck Bar
10/03 – Pittsburgh, PA – The Smiling Moose
10/05 – Lansing, MI – Mac’s Bar
10/11 – Tulsa, OK – Vanguard
10/12 – San Antonio, TX – The Ten Eleven
10/13 – Denton, TX – Hailey’s Club

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