The Story So Far kicked off two back-to-back sold-out shows in Chicago on November 8th at the Metro. With a tour package consisting of Movements, Citizen and Turnover on the road with them, the show being sold-out came as a surprise to no one.
The Story So Far have just released their fourth album Proper Dose and have followed it up with the release of a new video for the track “Upside Down”.
The Story So Far are set to return with their fourth album and, along with new music, discuss the album here…
The Story So Far have announced a full European and UK tour for this Autumn. All dates will be supported by Citizen and All Get Out.
Nearing the very end of their fall US tour, The Story So Far stopped in Columbus, Ohio to perform at Skully’s Music-Diner, along with Drug Church and Turnstile.
After playing the delicate ”Branches/Bones” from the Not the Actual Events EP the band belted out “Wish” “Less Than” and “March Of the Pigs” in rapid succession amidst a cacophony of flashing lights and smoke.
Burgeoning Bay Area punk band The Story So Far has premiered another new song today from their upcoming, self-titled record that’s due out on May 19th via Pure Noise Records.
Bay Area punk band The Story So Far has premiered a new song called “Solo” today from their highly anticipated new, self-titled album.
The Story So Far is streaming a new song titled “Navy Blue” from their upcoming acoustic EP Songs of. Songs of, which was recorded at Nu-Tone studios in Pittsburgh, California by engineers Ben Hirschfield and Scott Goodrich, will be released June 17th and the band will be playing all of this Summer’s Vans Warped Tour on the main stage.
The Story So Far is currently streaming a new song titled “Clairvoyant” off their upcoming split 7″ with Stick to Your Guns on YouTube – check it out below via the embedded player. Fans can now also pre-order the 7″ split right here.
With a line like, “It’s my life, so you should bounce and never call again,” it’s obvious The Story So Far doesn’t like to mince words. They’re blunt, angry, and contemporary; all proven by the line above. Another terrific band in the pop-punk revival that seems to be adding to its ranks daily, this Californian quintet rails in double time like all punk should, allowing the guitars to chug while vocalist Parker Cannon – what a name – renders the breakup song in full pop-punk splendour.