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Man On Earth Get Ready For New Album

Experimental rock band Man On Earth are kicking things off proper to sound the drums for upcoming album Things They’d Never Believe with a summer schedule of performances beginning with an acoustic set tonight at the Legendary Dobbs in Philly.

Tonight they are opening for fellow rockers Sinai, and this week they’ve announced a slew of exciting shows with Simple Plan, Secondhand Serenade, Atomic Tom, Kill The Alarm, Night Fevers, and Reckless Sons to add to your summer calender.

We missed out on a show they played earlier this month at one of our favorite NYC venues, Brooklyn Bowl, but are excited to catch the next one scheduled for July 28th. See upcoming dates from this summer’s tour below, including a set at The Canal Room with Zander Bleck and a sold out Gramercy Theater date with Simple Plan.

Man On Earth also plan on releasing some behind the scenes videos from footage of their tour performances and studio recording of Things They’d Never Believe in the run up to the album’s release. At the moment, we don’t know when the album is scheduled to drop, but will keep you posted as more details emerge.

For now, check out a short interview the band did with WBYR’s rock station in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. They talk about all about the Steve’s in the band, their sound and influences.

WATCH: Man On Earth WBYR Interview


The Legendary Dobbs set is at 7:30 TONIGHT folks. Hope it’s not too late for you to get up on that. If so, no worries, there’s more coming (though perhaps not of the rare, acoustic variety).

Check it:

Man On Earth Tour Dates

Fri May 27th – The Legendary Dobbs, Philadelphia w/ Sinai
Wed June 1st – The Canal Room, NYC w/ Zander Bleck
Sun June 5th – The Middle East, Boston w/ Secondhand Serenade
Tue June 21st – Gramercy Theater, NYC w/ Simple Plan-SOLD OUT
Thu July 28th – Brooklyn Bowl, NYC w/ Urban Noise: Summer F

And while you’re at it, listen/download tracks “Venus” (2011) and “All We Want” (2010)  on Bandcamp.

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