Alan Day of Four Year Strong talked with Alternative Press about starting a Christmas tree farm:
“It fell in our laps a couple of years ago, because a friend of a friend was selling their grandparents’ farm,” Day explains. “It was a lot of land, so we went to check it out not really expecting to go for it, but we did. We planted our first batch of trees last spring, and we’ll plant more in the new year. We’re not selling our own trees yet—we won’t be for another four or five years, because they take that long to grow—so we’re still selling retail. But we’re building a life around this thing, for some reason, and at its peak, we’re hoping the farm will have up to 10,000 trees.”
Four Year Strong have released a video for “Nice to Know.”
Less Than Jake has announced some new east coast tour dates with Four Year Strong and Direct Hit.
Four Year Strong will release a new album of “rarities, unheard originals, and reimagined favorites.” The album is called Some Of You Will Like This // Some Of You Won’t, and it’ll be out on September 8th. Today they’ve shared a stream an acoustic version of “Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die.”
Four Year Strong have announced more dates for their Rise or Die Trying tour. You can find those below.
Forever The Sickest Kids, Mayday Parade, Every Time I Die, Four Year Strong, and more have been announced for the So What?! Music Festival in Texas. The festival will take place over March 24th-26th and the other bands announced can be found below.
Four Year Strong have released a holiday cover “Somewhere in My Memory” from the 1990 classic Home Alone.
Four Year Strong will be going out on a world tour to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Rise or Die Trying. The first set of European dates can be found below.
Four Year Strong have released their new video for “Who Cares?”