FRANK IERO AND THE FUTURE VIOLENTS

Release First Single/Video “Young and Doomed”

New Album BARRIERS To Be Released on May 31st 2019 VIA UNFD

APPEARING AT 2000TREES FESTIVAL

Following the recent announcement that Frank Iero has signed to UNFD and formed his latest band FRANK IERO AND THE FUTURE VIOLENTS, the first track from his upcoming album BARRIERS (out May 31, 2019) “Young and Doomed” is now available today viaDSPs and streaming services.

Watch the video by clicking HERE

Premiered yesterday on BBC Radio1 with Annie Mac, the insistent, dark rock n’ roll anthem flails with a wild and uncontrollable angst and energy.  Its accompanying video is a visceral performance piece that captures the frenetic and frantic energy that bursts from the track with guitar, bass and drums with Frank’s plaintive vocals anchoring the hopeless emotion. Directed by Steve Pedulla from Thursday, the video features childhood photos of Frank Iero and The Future Violents.

In addition to the track’s release, Frank Iero and the Future Violents have announced today that they’ll will be hitting the road this Summer for a headline tour kicking off on May 29th in Philadelphia and circling around the Eastern Seaboard and wrapping up in NYC on June 22nd.  But before that, they will be supporting Taking Back Sunday for a round of Southwest and West Coast dates that kick off next week in Houston (March 25) and conclude at SF’s The Warfield on April 14. (tour dates below).  They will also head to the UK to play 2000Trees festival on Saturday 13th July.

His third album Barriers is a rumination of sorts on life and living and the obstacles (a.k.a. “barriers”) that get in the way. Recorded and mixed by Steve AlbiniBarriers is 14 songs that not only tackle the existential journey of his heart and mind, but help him redirect his musical path.

“I never expected to do one solo record in my lifetime,” he chuckles, “let alone three. Every time I start a new record, I say to myself ‘This is it. This is the end. This is the last one.’ It got me thinking about how we set up these obstacles around ourselves. Sometimes they’re for protection and sometimes they’re to keep people out, and sometimes we even set them up so that we fail and we find solace in that failure. But whenever I find something that scares the shit out of me, that’s when I know I have to do it! And so these songs are about experiences that were either walls I wanted to break down or walls that I’d built up around myself in order to protect myself. But these songs were also things that I’d never attempted before but had always wanted to try.”

From the opening track “A New Day’s Coming” which sounds almost like a gospel-inspired, stirring hymnal (he explains, “I originally based it on old soul songs that I really loved, asking myself how, say, Otis Redding or different Stax recording artists would do a song like this”) to “Six Feet Down Under” – a bluesy stomp through the underworld of existence, to the epic and soaring (and sorrowful) “24k Lush,” Barriers confronts listeners with 14 tracks that explore Iero’s tumultuous internal battles from which he emerges at his most confident musically.

Barriers is a record that I still can’t believe I made and I’m so incredibly proud of it,” Iero reflects. “I can’t wait for other people to be shocked and appalled and inspired by it. Hopefully it scares the shit out of them.”

Frank Iero and the Future Violents is Frank IeroEvan NestorMatt Armstrong,Tucker Rule and Kayleigh GoldsworthyBarriers was recorded and mixed by Steve Albini and will be released via UNFD on May 31, 2019.

w/Taking Back Sunday

March 25 Houston, TX – House of Blues

March 26 Houston, TX – House of Blues

March 28 Austin, TX – Emo’s

March 29 Austin, TX – Emo’s

March 30 Dallas, TX – House of Blues

March 31 Dallas, TX – House of Blues

April 1 Lubbock, TX – Charley B’s

April 3 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater

April 4 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theater

April 5 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theater

April 6 San Diego, CA – Observatory North Park

April 7 San Diego, CA – Observatory North Park

April 9 Bakersfield, CA – 1933 Event Center

April 11 Los Angeles, CA – Palladium

April 12 Los Angeles, CA – Palladium

April 13 San Francisco, CA – Warfield

April 14 San Francisco, CA – Warfield

Headlining

April 24 Lima, Peru – CC Festiva

April 26 Santiago, Chile – Club Subterraneo

April 27 Buenos Aires, Argentina – El Teatrito

April 28 Sao Paulo, Brazil – Fabrique Club

May 1 Monterrey, Mexico – Cafe Iguana

May 2 Mexico City, Mexico – Sala

May 29 Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry

May 30 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage

May 31 Hamden, CT – The Ballroom at the Outer Space

June 1 Pawtucket, RI – The Met

June 2 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall

June 4 Harrisburg, PA – The Capitol Room at The Harrisburg

June 5 Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater

June 6 Detroit, MI – El Club

June 7 Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts

June 8 Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom

June 10 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West

June 11 Birmingham, AL – Saturn

June 13 Tampa, FL – The Crowbar

June 14 Orlando, FL – The Social

June 15 Jacksonville, FL – 1904 Music Hall

June 16 Columbia, SC – The Senate

June 18 Charlotte, NC – Amos Southend

June 20 Virginia Beach, VA – Elevation 27

June 21 Washington, DC – Union Stage

June 22 New York, NY – Rocks Off Cruise

Festivals

June 29 Atlantic City, NJ – Atlantic City Beach [Warped Tour]

July 5 Hradec Kralove, CZ – [Rock for People]

July 13 Upcote Farm, UK – [2000 Trees]

July 18 Patchogue, NY – [Great South Bay Music Festival]

July 21 Mountain View, CA – Shoreline Amphitheater [Warped Tour]

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