Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Features

3 Reasons Why We Will Miss Yellowcard

19 years have gone too fast as it has come to the time where we need to say farewell to pop punk icons Yellowcard.

Source: Promo Shot

Source: Promo Shot

19 years have gone too fast as it has come to the time where we need to say farewell to pop punk icons Yellowcard as the band embark on their final tour around the world at the end of this year. A moment we can’t wait for yet want to prolong all at the same time. As part of their farewell Yellowcard are releasing a self-titled album on the 30th of September and have already released two singles ‘Rest In Peace’ followed by ‘The Hurt Is Gone’ which will be a bittersweet reminder of their departure from the touring world but their music will continue to be played as it deserves.

Not wanting to accept Yellowcards’ upcoming departure from touring, here are 3 reasons why the band will be missed.

  1. Yellowcard are fundamentally a pop punk band but they do have a twist which is very unique to them. This twist is the fact that the band have a violinist as a fully fledged band member and this combination isn’t often recreated and will be a shame to hear it go.
  2. They are definitely ones to liven up a stage and know how to end on a high by playing at Warped tour this summer, a great summer before their farewell tour.
  3. Although they will be leaving us with a great 10 albums to choose from you can’t help but want more from this band. Just continue making music and give us more classics please?!

Check out their video for ‘The Hurt Is Gone’ below for a taster of what’s to come on Yellowcards’ final album.

You May Also Like

Features

We caught up with Derek and Tyler of State Champs at Slamdunk Festival to talk all things music.

Reviews

Canadian hardcore kings surprise us with a release but not with the quality that is found within it

Reviews

Yorkshire mob As Sires Fall are back with a new EP but is it going to make a musical mark?

Reviews

Pop punk meets metalcore in an attempt to soundtrack your summer