Bayside have been covering Oasis’ “Don’t Look Back in Anger” at their recent acoustic shows.
Bayside have released the acoustic version of “Howard.”
Bayside has released the acoustic version of “Sick Sick Sick.”
Bayside have announced an acoustic tour.
Bayside’s new song “It Don’t Exist” is now up on Spotify and Apple Music. It comes from Acoustic Volume 2, which is due out on September 28th.
A video for the song has also been released.
New Found Glory have announced a new tour. They’ll be bringing Bayside, The Movielife, and William Ryan Key along as openers.
Bayside have been going strong since 2004, but it was the band’s 2007 release, The Walking Wounded, that solidified their place in the alt-rock scene. The New York-based band decided to celebrate the ten year anniversary of the album with a small club tour. I sat down for a video interview with lead singer, Anthony Raneri, prior to the first night’s show at the Ottobar in Baltimore, Maryland.
Bayside have announced a 10-year anniversary tour for The Walking Wounded.
Spotify have shared some new covers of Green Day songs by Bayside, Neck Deep, and Taking Back Sunday. The tracks come from the Spotify documentary about the band and you can stream them below.
Bayside covered Say Anything’s “Night’s Song,” and Say Anything covered Bayside’s “They’re Not Horses, They’re Unicorns.” You can stream those below.
Over the weekend Anthony and Jack from Bayside, Arun from Saves the Day, Damon from Hey Mercedes, and Tobe from Street Dogs all got together to perform a tribute set for The Smiths. Some videos from the performance can be found below via No Country For New Nashville.
Bayside have debuted their new video for “Mary.”
Bayside and Say Anything will be heading out on a co-headlining tour together. You can find the dates below.
Bayside have shared a new three song release, Vacancy 7″, on Spotify and Apple Music. The release contains one new song and two acoustic tracks. They’ve also announced some acoustic tour dates, which can be found below.
Bayside have steadily become one of the preeminent forces in alternative music by simply being themselves throughout their entire career. The band has a unique sense of self which displays itself every time they release new music. The band’s seventh full-length record, Vacancy, just dropped last week, and to celebrate, they hit the road with some incredible bands supporting them: The Menzingers and Sorority Noise. I’ll have more on that tour a little later this week, but for now, enjoy my conversation with Anthony Raneri and Nick Ghanbarian about managing fan expectations, what they feel their responsibility is as a band with a platform, and how you continue to write the most honest music of your career seven albums deep.
One thing I’ve come to respect about Bayside is they’ve always known who they are. They’ve never felt the need to reinvent themselves, and they’ve spent the last 16 years working to perfect a sound that’s entirely their own.
The band’s latest effort, Vacancy, is no exception. It is a growling collection of songs that feels familiar on first listen, a true continuation in Bayside’s story and sound.
Bayside’s Vacancy has been given a week early release on Apple Music.
Bayside have released their new video for “I’ve Been Dead All Day.”
I’ve got a bunch of APMA red carpet interviews that I’ll be rolling out over the next few days. The first one is with Anthony Raneri, lead singer of Bayside, where we talk briefly about the band’s up-coming release, Vacancy, and its brutal honesty.
Bayside have teamed up with Oskar Blues Brewery to collaborate on a “Black IPA.” Anyone want to send me some to review?
The beer, which features a malty backbone with bright, citrusy hops, will be limited to 100 barrels and available for a pre-order bundle with the new album via Craftshack (availability restricted to participating states). The cans will also be available at Total Wine & More, as well as select venues with a special focus on stores/venues along Bayside’s tour (dates below).