Posts Tagged ‘Face To Face’

NEWS: Pennywise confirm one-off London show on August 4th 2017!

Californian punk rock favourites Pennywise have just announced details of a one-off headline show at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London this August, where they’ll be joined by genre contemporaries Good Riddance and Face To Face.

This show comes ahead of their appearance at Rebellion Festival in Blackpool, where all three bands will be performing.

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VIDEO: Face To Face – Right As Rain

Punk rockers Face To Face have unveiled a new music video to accompany their new single, ‘Right As Rain’. You can stream and watch the full video via the embed below:

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ALBUM: Face To Face – Three Chords And A Half Truth

Release Date: April 8th, 2013
Label: Rise Records


Every now and then, hardcore punk fans like me need to get up on our hipster high horse and complain about something. After we’re done planning our next Black Flag tattoo, we’ll make ourselves some dark coffee, hop onto our Twitter accounts and complain about one thing: pop-punk.

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NEWS: Face To Face join Rise Records and announce new album, ‘Three Chords And A Half Truth’!

Face To Face have just become the latest act to join the Rise Records roster, through which they will be releasing their new studio effort, titled ‘Three Chords And A Half Truth’, on April 9th 2013. You can view the album’s artwork and full tracklisting below:

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ALBUM: Face To Face – Laugh Now, Laugh Later

Release Date: May 17th, 2011
Label: Antagonist Records


Californian punk rockers Face To Face have re-united after a four year hiatus and with their seventh studio album, ‘Laugh Now, Laugh Later’. After 11 years, guitarist Chad Yaro is back on board and with this under their belts, they are off on a world tour and will be tearing up Leeds Festival later on this Summer.

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NEWS: Reading and Leeds Festival make Lock Up Stage additions!

This year’s Reading/Leeds Festivals have announced more acts for their Lock Up Stage. Bands peforming on the stage this year are as follows: The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Descendents, The King Blues, Flogging Molly, The Bronx, Capdown, Face To Face, Leftover Crack, Hot Water Music, Comeback Kid, Bedouin Soundclash, Boysetsfire, Off!, Street Dogs, The Black Pacific, The Menzingers, Teenage Bottlerocket, Your Demise, Title Fight, Spy Catcher, Sharks and Mouthwash.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit Reading or Leeds festival official websites.

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