Punk band Bayside is set to release “The Red EP” on October 19th. Queens based and around for two decades, proved music isn’t just about gimmicks or what is trendy, but being timeless.
Vocalist Anthony Raneri said, “We’ve been writing and releasing songs as we are inspired to lately. That’s the plan for us for now as opposed to having to fill a quota of songs for a full length. We don’t want to abandon the idea of songs as a collection all together so we decided to release each record session as an EP.”
The previous single “Strangest Faces” was released last May and marked the band’s first new music since the 2019 album Interrobang‽. With the news of “The Red EP,” they released a brand-new single “Good Advice.”
“I wanted to write a straightforward, classic sing along banger. Fast, fun and catchy without being overthought. I came in with a pretty simple idea and the band helped dress it up and make it exciting,” says Raneri about the single.
For 21 years, they have created a loyal fan base that lives and breathes everything the band creates. They celebrated the bands success with the 21 Years of Really Bad Luck anniversary tour. Earlier this year, Bayside honored Pride Month with a cover of “Rainbow” by Kacey Musgraves. All the proceeds from the track benefit The Trevor Project.
Preorder and Pre-save “The Red EP” here.
Upcoming tour dates:
9/25 – Louisville, KY @ Louder Than Life
10/9 – Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock
10/22-23 – Las Vegas, NY @ When We Were Young Festival
10/29 – Las Vegas, NY @ When We Were Young Festival
Get tickets here.