Boys Night Out
From: Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Last Known Status: Active
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Good Fight Music today welcomes Boys Night Out to the label's family. The alliance between Boys Night Out and the Good Fight team extends back to the early '00s.
Founded in 2000 in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, the post-hardcore band put out six releases between 2000 and 2007, including four on Ferret Music, the scene-reigning label owned and operated by the guys who would go on to form Good Fight.
The band burned bright through those years, touring the world with My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, Saves the Day, and other titans of that era. On hiatus for almost a decade now, Boys Night Out returns in 2016 with a new EP, "Black Dogs," coming soon on Good Fight. View the trailer below.
Good Fight owner Carl Severson gives this statement: "Boys Night Out were some of the most creative, passionate, and honest musicians I ever worked with. They just wanted to write and play and have fun, and they stopped when it didn't feel right anymore. I always respected that. They wrote this new EP, 'Black Dogs,' because years later it felt right again, and I'm honored we're able to be a part of their music again." More...
Boys Night Out will headline a brief tour in May with support from Anterrabae, Drive By, and Just Surrender. Here are the tour dates:
5/16 Cleveland, OH @ Peabody's Down Under
5/17 Detroit, MI @ Alvin's
5/18 Buffalo, NY @ The Buffalo Icon
5/19 S. Hackensack, NJ @ School Of Rock
5/20 Worcester, MA @ Upstairs Palladium
5/22 Philadelphia, PA @ North Star Bar
5/23 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
5/24 Farmingdale, NY @ Crazy Donkey
5/26 Providence, RI @ The Living Room
5/27 Albany, NY @ Saratoga Winners
The upcoming Eighteen Visions, Remembering Never, Boys Night Out, and It Dies Today tour has been cancelled. The U.S. tour was to run from November 6th until December 10th, but has been scrapped now that Eighteen Visions "got an awesome opportunity for a massive tour in Europe." Instead, Remembering Never will now co-headline a U.S. tour with Most Precious Blood, with support from Dead To Fall and It Dies Today. Dates will span late-November to late-December. Meanwhile, Boys Night Out will tour the U.S. during the same time period with Emery and From First To Last.