We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of The News Can Wait’s new song “Clemens” (listen below). The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming self-titled album, which is scheduled to be released through Third String Records on July 7th. You can purchase the eP through iTunes and MerchNow, as well as stream it through Spotify.
“‘Clemens’ is a track that encompasses the idea of misery loving company. A relationship with someone close to you who won’t let you relate to their struggles, but wallows in their own self pity.” – Marcus Lopez
Tour Dates with Naturalist:
July 1 – Oklahoma City, OK- 89th St Collective
July 2 – Santa Fe, NM- Zephyr Community Art Sudio
July 3 – Phoenix, AZ- Rebel Lounge
July 4 – Lancaster, CA- House Show
July 7 – Redding, CA- The Dip
July 8 – Tukwila, WA- Lucky Liquor
July 9 – Portland, OR- Twilight Cafe and Bar
July 10 – Boise, ID- The Shredder
July 11 – Salt Lake City, UT- The Underground
July 12 – Denver, CO- House Show
July 13 – Kansas City, MO- Bubba Spins Records and Flop Shop
July 14 – Louisville, KY- Spinelli’s
July 15 – Fort Smith, AR- House Show
The News Can Wait is an Alternative-Punk band that blends a wide variety of intense and intricate stylings to present a passionate and visceral performance. With hints of Post-Hardcore, Punk, Post-Rock, and more experimental influences; The News Can Wait brings audiences to a unified head-bob more often than circle pits, never wanting to miss a moment of the performance.
Originally forming in Dallas, TX in 2005 by guitarist Marcus Lopez, The News Can Wait has underwent various line-up changes through years of rigorous DIY touring and nonstop performing around Texas and other near by states. By way of intertwined guitar leads and thick grooved rhythms, vocalist Chad Webster congregates audiences with confident yet humbling inquiries into freedom and the lack thereof.
After 3 self-released EPs and a single release in 2015, The News Can Wait is gearing up to release their self-titled EP via Third String Records representing their current line-up built up over a decade of fine tuning.