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Bayside Stream New Single “Enemy Lines” , Announce Tracklisting for New Album Vacancy

Fresh off of the announcement of their forthcoming album Vacancy, the seventh in their well-recorded discography, Bayside is excited to release the first track off the album “Enemy Lines”. The track release comes conjunctively with a North American tour announcement and a full tracklist release for Vacancy, due out August 19th. 

Speaking on the inspiration and the production of the album, vocalist/guitarist Anthony Raneri said the following “This was the most difficult record to make, by far, I moved to Nashville two-and-a-half years ago with my wife and baby. The plan was to go down for a couple of years, plant seeds and move back to NY. We came down and after a year of being here we split up. I was like, ‘do I live in Tennessee now? Alone?’  It was a crazy super isolated time where I didn’t know what was going to come next and moved into an apartment to try and sort things out. That’s where I wrote the record, I wrote Vacancy in that apartment.  I had a couch, a TV, my bed, a desk, a computer and my guitar – everything else was in boxes, waiting for me to figure out where they were going to go. We were calling it the hotel, which is where the hotel on the cover came from; Vacancy had a double meaning, the physical and emotional experience.  This is the first record I’ve written that’s had a theme to it, I didn’t want to write a typical break-up record, it’s not about what happened, it’s about the aftermath” A trailer for Vacancy’s release can be viewed below.

The album can be pre-ordered digitally here, offering an immediate download of “Enemy Lines”. Physical pre-orders can be done hereIn support of these releases, Bayside will embark on a previously mentioned North American tour along with The Menzingers and Sorority Noise, beginning August 11 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. A full list of dates along with a tracklist for Vacancy can be found below.


Tour dates:

August 11  Ft. Lauderdale, FL  Revolution

August 12  Orlando, FL  Hard Rock Live

August 13  Atlanta, GA  Wrecking Ball Festival

August 14  Charlotte, NC  Amos Southend

August 16  Norfolk, VA  NorVa

August 17  Baltimore, MD  Rams Head

August 18  Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory

August 19  New York, NY  PlayStation Theater

August 20  Sayreville, NJ  Starland Ballroom

August 21  Boston, MA  House of Blues

August 23  Pittsburgh, PA  Altar Bar

August 24  Cleveland, OH  Agora

August 25  Toronto, ON  Opera House

August 26  Detroit, MI  The Majestic

August 27  Chicago, IL  350 Fest

August 28  Minneapolis, MN  Mill City Nights

August 30  Denver, CO  Ogden Theatre

August 31  Salt Lake City, UT  The Complex

September 2  Seattle, WA  The Showbox

September 3  Portland, OR  Hawthorne Theatre

September 4  San Francisco  Regency

September 6  Santa Ana, CA  The Observatory

September 7  Los Angeles, CA  Regent Theater

September 8  San Diego, CA  The Observatory North Park

September 9  Las Vegas, NV  Brooklyn Bowl

September 10  Phoenix, AZ  The Pressroom

September 11  Albuquerque, NM  The Sunshine Theater

September 13  San Antonio, TX  Alamo City Music Hall

September 14  Houston, TX  House of Blues

September 15  Dallas, TX  Gas Monkey Live

September 16  Lawrence, KS  Granada Theater

September 17  St. Louis, MO  The Ready Room

September 18  Nashville, TN  Exit/In



August 19, 2016

1. Two Letters

2. I’ve Been Dead All Day

3. Enemy Lines

4. Not Fair

5. Pretty Vacant

6. Rumspringa (Heartbreak Road)

7. Mary

8. Maybe, Tennessee

9. The Ghost

10. It Doesn’t Make It True

11. It’s Not As Depressing As It Sounds

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