The Dangerous Summer Embark On Tour With Straylight Run
The Dangerous Summer...
Originally formed while all the band members were still in high school, The Dangerous Summer established a very fervent and credible buzz from the release of their debut EPs, There Is No Such Thing As Science and If You Could Only Keep Me Alive. In addition to getting the support of their hometown friends, All Time Low, they gained a devoted fanbase who relished their incredibly melodic indie rock and musical dexterity that belied their tender teenage years. Resulting tours with Cartel, Hit the Lights, and Valencia grew their fanbase exponentially. But as with most flames that burn brightly, their initial blaze was extinguished almost as quickly as it was ignited. Coincidentally the volatile and visceral internal band explosions mirrored the origin of the band's name: the title of Ernest Hemingway's final novel about the rivalry of bullfighters in the "dangerous summer" of 1959.Their debut full-length Reach for the Sun was released May 5th. It was produced by Paul Leavitt (All Time Low, Circa Survive, Dashboard Confessional).
The Dangerous Summer w/ Straylight Run, Brian Bonz, Dave Melillo Oct 26 The Door - Dallas, TX Oct 27 Emo's - Austin, TX Oct 28 Conservatory - Oklahoma City, OK Oct 29 Revolution Music Room - Little Rock, AR Nov 01 The Mixtape - Grand Rapids, MI Nov 03 Diesel - Pittsburgh, PA Nov 04 The Space - Hamden, CT Nov 05 Higher Ground - Metairie, LA Nov 06 Club Hell - Providence, RI Nov 07 The Loft - Poughkeepsie, NY Nov 08 The Studio @ Webster Hall - New York, NY Nov 14 Rams Head Live! w/ LTJ, Casualties - Baltimore, MD