WE’RE ALL GOING SOMEWHERE, Abandon Kansas’s debut EP on Gotee Records, just released as an iTunes exclusive. The Wichita-based band created this project with producer Mark Townsend (Relient K, House of Heroes), and it’s receiving rave reviews for its singalong hooks while never losing it’s indie rock edge.
The Lexington Music Press calls We’re All Going Somewhere “an addictive, sweet and melodic EP. 4 ˝ stars”, while The Album Project responds with “melodic rock songs which are so pure and inviting.”
To celebrate, the band will be performing a hometown release show on Sept. 11 in Wichita, KS followed by an event in Lake of the Ozarks, MO to support the Jefferson County Suicide Prevention Coalition. Then, Sept 13, the "Super Big Time American Traveling Concert" tour kicks off with House of Heroes and The Wedding.
“I can’t think of a better band to tour with, to kick of our new Gotee release than House of Heroes,” explains Jeremy Spring, vocalist for Abandon Kansas. “These guys are vocal gods, not to mention label mates, and we’re looking forward to watching them play every night.”
Abandon Kansas We’re All Going Somewhere is exclusively available as a download through iTunes today, or on CD at any of the Abandon Kansas live shows.
Sept 11 – Wichita, KS – CD Release Party!
Sept 12 – Lake of the Ozarks MO
Tour with House of Heroes and The Wedding (more dates TBA)
Sept 13 – Claremore, OK
Sept 14 - Kansas City, MO
Sept 15 – University City, MO
Sept 17 – Ames, IA
Sept 18 – Bismark, ND
Sept 19 – Minneapolis, MN
Sept 20 – Wausau, WI
Sept 22 – Mt Vernon, IL
Sept 23 – Franklin IN
Sept 25 – Orion, MI
Sept 26 – Cincinnati, OH
Sept 28 – East Ridge, TN
Sept 29 – Greenville, SC
Sept 30 – Orlando, FL
Oct 1 – Jacksonville, FL
Oct 3 – McCalla AL
Oct 6 – Lafayette, LA
Oct 9 – Houston, TX
Oct 10 – Plano, TX
Oct 11 – Texarkana, TX
Oct 17 – Centennial, CO
Oct 23 – Manhattan, KS
Oct 31 – Bolivar, MO
Nov 14 – Newton, KS – w/ the Afters and Stars Go Dim
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For more info on Abandon Kansas, visit the JFH Artists Database.
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