(Lyndhurst, NJ – May 16th, 2018) Manic Kat Records’ pop-punks When Thieves are About have premiered their new music video, “Youth Decay”.

The Jersey rockers spoke exclusively to Idobi, to discuss the video.

The track is taken from the band’s debut album ‘We’re Literally Almost There’, which is out now and streaming in full via Spotify.

When Thieves are About will tour the new record throughout May with label mates Right On, Kid

16th – Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz
17th – Brooklyn, NY @ The Gateway
18th – Woodbridge, CT @ Amity Teen Center
19th – Nyack, NY @ Olive’s Bar
21st – Nashville, TN @ Hollywood Hideout
22nd – Augusta, GA @ The Epicenter
23rd – Hudson, FL @ WWLF Studios
24th – St. Augustine, FL @ Shanghai Nooby’s
25th – Greensboro, NC @ New York Pizza
26th – Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
27th – Philadelphia, PA @ The Pharmacy

cover art - were literally almost there

Hailing from the small town of Lyndhurst, New Jersey, When Thieves Are About delivers fun, high-energy pop-punk; a melodic and hook-heavy journey injected with the band’s resonating metal breakdowns. Influenced by the likes of Glassjaw, Title Fight & NOFX, When Thieves Are About’s heavy brand of pop-punk offers something for fans the breadth of the alternative scene.

Since their inception in 2010, When Thieves Are About has made a name for themselves across the Northeast; a combination of regional tours and runs at alternative music’s biggest festivals, including the Van’s Warped Tour & Bamboozle, giving the Jersey quartet a chance to parade their massive stage energy.

Having signed to Manic Kat Records in 2015, When Thieves Are About have delivered their most rounded and engaging collection to date with their debut full-length, ‘We’re Literally Almost There‘.


When Thieves Are About is:

Alfredo Diaz (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar)
Ryan Struck (Vocals/Bass)
Mike Greene (Lead Guitar)
Josh Smith (Drums)

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