MUSIC NEWS: SOUVENIRS PREMIERE NEW SONG, “SWAN,” TODAY AT CULTURECOLLIDE.COM; NEW ALBUM OUT DEC 16TH!

Rising Southern California indie-rock band Souvenirs has premiered a new song called "Swan" today withCultureCollide.com. The track can be found on the band's upcoming full-length record, You, Fear and Me, which is due out on December 16th via Other People Records. Fans can pre-order the new album now at http://www.otherpeoplerecords.com/souvenirs-pre-orders-now/.
 
 
""Swan" is probably the heaviest song on the new record, emotionally," says guitarist/vocalist Tim Riley. "It's about my relationship with my brother as he battled depression and an eating disorder. " one more trip for five days." Was the last time he starved himself right before our last tour in fall of 2013. He didn't eat for five days and didn't drink water for the last two, it was terrifying. All you can do sometimes is be persistent in your love and patience."
 
Souvenirs' forthcoming record, You, Fear and Me, was produced by Beau Burchell and Chris Sorenson (Saosin) in Los Angeles and features 11 emotionally charged tracks that draw influence from classic 90's emo bands like Sunny Day Real Estate and Mineral while maintaining a unique contemporary sound.
 
The band will be joining The American Scene and Elder Brother for a December run of west coast dates beginning this week. Tickets are on sale now!
 
Follow the band now at https://www.facebook.com/SouvenirsCA for additional news and updates.
 
Souvenirs Tour Dates:
Dec 5 - Seattle, WA - Vera Project (w/The American Scene, Elder Brother)
Dec 7 - Sacramento, CA - The Colony (w/The American Scene, Elder Brother)
Dec 10 - Las Vegas, NV - Eagle Aerie Hall (w/The American Scene, Elder Brother)
Dec 11 - Tempe, AZ - Fifty One West (w/The American Scene, Elder Brother)
Dec 12 - Anaheim, CA - Chain Reaction (w/The American Scene, Elder Brother)
Dec 13 - Walnut Creek, CA - The Red House (w/The American Scene, Elder Brother)


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