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Anberlin and The Early November Announce Tour

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Jun 28, 2021.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

  2. Derek Jones


    Gonna hit up the St. Pete date for this. Crossing my fingers Acceptance is the unannounced band, but I doubt that is the case.
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  3. kidblink

    Regular Supporter

    no philly :tear:
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  4. sammyboy516

    Regular Prestigious

    Didn’t Anberlin break up like 5 years ago and specifically say they would not come back and start touring again only a few years after they called it quits? I think about that every time there’s news about them lol
  5. WasEmoRocknowImjustold

    Not newbie, I think

    I think this applies to almost every single band in that 2000-2008 range.
  6. mrenkens007

    Surprise, Surprise Prestigious

    "The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong at the broken places." - Ernest Hemingway.

    lol I watched Croupier last night so the quote was fresh on my mind.
  7. Matt Metzler Prestigious

    Yep. One of them even said at the time that the 5 members of the band may never be in the same room together again after their final show in 2014. To be clear I love the band and am really stoked to hear the new music that they’ve been working on, but the quick turnaround from “we’ll never be in the same room again” to “come see us on tour” has made me feel a little sour, especially when they also throw in an occasional “we don’t know when or if we’ll do this again” even just within the past few years. I really hope they are moving in the direction of just playing the shows without having to make the grand declarations.
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  8. Joey Macasero


    Yeah I totally know what you mean. So much work went into their breakup, including playing their last tours and doing their last album and so much of myself went into appreciating the last few moments of the band that when I moved on, I moved on. This sourness of bands coming back has honestly made me stay away from their livestream because it doesn’t have the same value as them breaking up.
  9. atlas


    Y'all need to go outside and stop being so serious. Personally I think it's very good when Anberlin, a band I have loved for years, plays music. That's a W for me
  10. WasEmoRocknowImjustold

    Not newbie, I think

    I agree. Except it's too hot outside so I will stay inside.
  11. AAstra


    Probably coming on 9/16 between Pittsburgh and NJ. Fingers crossed…
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  12. josh-

    Twitter: @joshcaraballin

    Every band has been on hiatus for the past 1.5 years, so I’m expecting less break-ups from the current generation!
  13. brothemighty