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Flogging Molly plays, Pierce the Veil returns, Switchfoot carols, Tom Brosseau notes, and Billy Gibbons marries Dani & Tim

Christmas, covers, concerts, and a ZZ Top wedding

Flogging Molly
Flogging Molly

Flogging Molly’s first new album in five years, Anthem, reunites the band with engineer Steve Albini. A video is streaming online for the album single “The Croppy Boy ’98,” and they released a lyric video for their single “The Road Of Mine.” The band’s current tour makes a hometown stop at North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre on Friday, September 23, for a bill that includes The Interrupters, Tiger Army, and The Skints.

Pierce the Veil

As Pierce the Veil continues to work on their fifth studio album, they released a quarantine version of their 2012 song “Hold On Till May,” as well as dropping their first all-new single in six years, “Pass The Nirvana.” They’ll play Soma in the Midway neighborhood on December 30 and on New Year’s Eve.

Switchfoot

Switchfoot’s new LP, this is our Christmas album, due November 4, is an 11 track collection inspired by everyone from the Beach Boys to Black Flag. “Christmas is an emotional treasure chest for a songwriter to pull from,” lead Singer Jon Foreman says. “It’s a season stretched tight with contradictions: celebrating the free gifts of love and grace with an outburst of materialist capitalist consumption. An emotional roller coaster of family and friends, hopes and scars — bringing out the worst and the best in all of us.”

Tom Brousseau

Grand Forks, North Dakota native Tom Brosseau moved to San Diego in 2001 and became one half of the American Folk Singers, alongside Gregory Page. His new solo album is called From Blue & White Notebooks. “It has nine songs and is simply produced, a very quiet album,” says Brosseau. His song “We Were Meant To Be Together” was recently covered by Watkins Family Hour on their new album, Vol. II.

Dani Bell and Tim Lowman

Tim Lowman, who fronts electro-blues project Low Volts, was recently married to the frontwoman of Dani Bell & the Tarantist in an outdoor ceremony during San Diego Blues Fest at Embarcadero Marina Park. Thanks to arrangements made by local promoter Tim Pyles, the ceremony was officiated by one of the festival performers, ZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons. Low Volts appears at this weekend’s Adams Avenue Street Fair.

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Flogging Molly
Flogging Molly

Flogging Molly’s first new album in five years, Anthem, reunites the band with engineer Steve Albini. A video is streaming online for the album single “The Croppy Boy ’98,” and they released a lyric video for their single “The Road Of Mine.” The band’s current tour makes a hometown stop at North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre on Friday, September 23, for a bill that includes The Interrupters, Tiger Army, and The Skints.

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As Pierce the Veil continues to work on their fifth studio album, they released a quarantine version of their 2012 song “Hold On Till May,” as well as dropping their first all-new single in six years, “Pass The Nirvana.” They’ll play Soma in the Midway neighborhood on December 30 and on New Year’s Eve.

Switchfoot

Switchfoot’s new LP, this is our Christmas album, due November 4, is an 11 track collection inspired by everyone from the Beach Boys to Black Flag. “Christmas is an emotional treasure chest for a songwriter to pull from,” lead Singer Jon Foreman says. “It’s a season stretched tight with contradictions: celebrating the free gifts of love and grace with an outburst of materialist capitalist consumption. An emotional roller coaster of family and friends, hopes and scars — bringing out the worst and the best in all of us.”

Tom Brousseau

Grand Forks, North Dakota native Tom Brosseau moved to San Diego in 2001 and became one half of the American Folk Singers, alongside Gregory Page. His new solo album is called From Blue & White Notebooks. “It has nine songs and is simply produced, a very quiet album,” says Brosseau. His song “We Were Meant To Be Together” was recently covered by Watkins Family Hour on their new album, Vol. II.

Dani Bell and Tim Lowman

Tim Lowman, who fronts electro-blues project Low Volts, was recently married to the frontwoman of Dani Bell & the Tarantist in an outdoor ceremony during San Diego Blues Fest at Embarcadero Marina Park. Thanks to arrangements made by local promoter Tim Pyles, the ceremony was officiated by one of the festival performers, ZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons. Low Volts appears at this weekend’s Adams Avenue Street Fair.

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