Posts tagged Pete Dowdalls
10:50 pm - Tue, Nov 22, 2011
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thistimenextyearca:

We were doing some really cool things today around Walnut Creek with our friend Tom.

thistimenextyearca:

We were doing some really cool things today around Walnut Creek with our friend Tom.

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This Time Next YearPete DowdallsAlbany, NY at Equal Vision RecordsOctober 24, 2011

This Time Next Year
Pete Dowdalls
Albany, NY at Equal Vision Records
October 24, 2011

(Source: Flickr / nataliebisignano)

1:41 pm - Tue, Nov 8, 2011
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THIS TIME NEXT YEAR ANNOUNCES TOUR DATES WITH THE STORY SO FAR
This Time Next Year has announced new tour dates with fellow Bay-area band, The Story So Far and Boston, MA-based band Daybreaker. The tour is being presented by MerchNOW.com.
This Time Next Year will also perform at several additional shows leading up to the tour, with details being announced through the band’s social networking outlets.
The band released their sophomore album, Drop Out Of Life on Equal Vision Records on September 27. Vinyl for the new release is also available for pre-order through No Sleep Records. 
Drop Out Of Life was produced by New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert [A Day To Remember, H20, Fireworks], engineered by Paul Miner [New Found Glory, A.F.I., Atreyu], and mixed by Paul Leavitt   [Circa Survive, All Time Low, Darkest Hour]. 
This Time Next Year  vocalist Pete Dowdalls recently offered in-depth track-by-track insight into the meaning behind each song on Drop Out Of Life, which can be found exclusively on AltPress.com.
This Time Next Year is currently on the Pop Punk’s Not Dead Tour with New Found Glory, Set Your Goals, The Wonder Years, and Man Overboard. This Time Next Year is also set to return to the UK/Europe with Four Year Strong and A Loss For Words in early 2012. 
POP PUNK’S NOT DEAD TOUR: New Found Glory w/Set Your Goals, The Wonder Years, Man Overboard and This Time Next YearNov 08 St. Louis, MO @ The PageantNov 09 Kansas City, MO @ Midland TheatreNov 10 Denver, CO @ Ogden TheatreNov 11 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Grand @ The ComplexNov 13 Seattle, WA @ The Showbox at The MarketNov 14 Portland, OR @ Wonder BallroomNov 16 San Francisco, CA @ The Regency BallroomNov 17 Anaheim, CA @ House of BlueNov 18 Anaheim, CA @ House of BluesNov 19 Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock CafeNov 20 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues 
This Time Next YearNov 29 Mesa, AZ @ The UndergroundNov 30 Albuquerque, NM @ The Gasworks 
MERCHNOW.COM PRESENTS:The Story So Far w/This Time Next Year and DaybreakerDec 06 Joliet, IL @ MojoesDec 07 St. Louis, MO @ Cicero’sDec 08 Springfield, MO @ LemondropDec 09 Tulsa, OK @ The EclipseDec 11 San Antonio, TX @ The Ten ElevenDec 13 Tucson, AZ @ Skrappys
IN SOME WAY, SHAPE, OR TOUR: Four Year Strong w/This Time Next Year and A Loss For WordsJan 21 Milton Keynes, UK @ Craufurd Arms^Jan 22 Reading, UK @ Face Bar^Jan 23 Cardiff, UK @ Clwb lfor Bach^Jan 24 Andover, UK @ The George^Jan 25 Brighton, UK @ Concorde 2Jan 26 Birmingham, UK @ Library (Institute)Jan 27 Leeds, UK @ Met UniJan 28 Glasgow, UK @ GarageJan 29 Manchester, UK @ Academy 2Jan 30 Norwich, UK @ WaterfrontJan 31 Portsmouth, UK @ Pyramid CentreFeb 01 London, UK @ KokoFeb 02 Tilburg, NL @ KZFeb 03 Antwerp, BE @ TrixFeb 04 Paris, FR @ Nouveau CasinoFeb 05 Cologne, DE @ LuxorFeb 06 Munster, DE @ SputnikhalleFeb 07 Hamburg, DE @ KnustFeb 08 Berlin, DE @ MagnetFeb 09 Copenhagen, DK @ Little VegaFeb 10 Gothenberg, SE @ BrewhouseFeb 11 Stockholm, SE @ Klubben / Fryshuset
^w/This Time Next Year and A Loss For Words only 

THIS TIME NEXT YEAR ANNOUNCES TOUR DATES WITH THE STORY SO FAR

This Time Next Year has announced new tour dates with fellow Bay-area band, The Story So Far and Boston, MA-based band Daybreaker. The tour is being presented by MerchNOW.com.

This Time Next Year will also perform at several additional shows leading up to the tour, with details being announced through the band’s social networking outlets.

The band released their sophomore album, Drop Out Of Life on Equal Vision Records on September 27. Vinyl for the new release is also available for pre-order through No Sleep Records

Drop Out Of Life was produced by New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert [A Day To Remember, H20, Fireworks], engineered by Paul Miner [New Found Glory, A.F.I., Atreyu], and mixed by Paul Leavitt   [Circa Survive, All Time Low, Darkest Hour]. 

This Time Next Year  vocalist Pete Dowdalls recently offered in-depth track-by-track insight into the meaning behind each song on Drop Out Of Life, which can be found exclusively on AltPress.com.

This Time Next Year is currently on the Pop Punk’s Not Dead Tour with New Found Glory, Set Your Goals, The Wonder Years, and Man Overboard. This Time Next Year is also set to return to the UK/Europe with Four Year Strong and A Loss For Words in early 2012. 

POP PUNK’S NOT DEAD TOUR: 
New Found Glory w/Set Your Goals, The Wonder Years, 
Man Overboard and This Time Next Year
Nov 08 St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
Nov 09 Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre
Nov 10 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
Nov 11 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Grand @ The Complex
Nov 13 Seattle, WA @ The Showbox at The Market
Nov 14 Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
Nov 16 San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom
Nov 17 Anaheim, CA @ House of Blue
Nov 18 Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
Nov 19 Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Cafe
Nov 20 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues 

This Time Next Year
Nov 29 Mesa, AZ @ The Underground
Nov 30 Albuquerque, NM @ The Gasworks 

MERCHNOW.COM PRESENTS:
The Story So Far w/This Time Next Year and Daybreaker

Dec 06 Joliet, IL @ Mojoes
Dec 07 St. Louis, MO @ Cicero’s
Dec 08 Springfield, MO @ Lemondrop
Dec 09 Tulsa, OK @ The Eclipse
Dec 11 San Antonio, TX @ The Ten Eleven
Dec 13 Tucson, AZ @ Skrappys

IN SOME WAY, SHAPE, OR TOUR: 
Four Year Strong w/This Time Next Year and A Loss For Words
Jan 21 Milton Keynes, UK @ Craufurd Arms^
Jan 22 Reading, UK @ Face Bar^
Jan 23 Cardiff, UK @ Clwb lfor Bach^
Jan 24 Andover, UK @ The George^
Jan 25 Brighton, UK @ Concorde 2
Jan 26 Birmingham, UK @ Library (Institute)
Jan 27 Leeds, UK @ Met Uni
Jan 28 Glasgow, UK @ Garage
Jan 29 Manchester, UK @ Academy 2
Jan 30 Norwich, UK @ Waterfront
Jan 31 Portsmouth, UK @ Pyramid Centre
Feb 01 London, UK @ Koko
Feb 02 Tilburg, NL @ KZ
Feb 03 Antwerp, BE @ Trix
Feb 04 Paris, FR @ Nouveau Casino
Feb 05 Cologne, DE @ Luxor
Feb 06 Munster, DE @ Sputnikhalle
Feb 07 Hamburg, DE @ Knust
Feb 08 Berlin, DE @ Magnet
Feb 09 Copenhagen, DK @ Little Vega
Feb 10 Gothenberg, SE @ Brewhouse
Feb 11 Stockholm, SE @ Klubben / Fryshuset

^w/This Time Next Year and A Loss For Words only 

12:35 pm - Mon, Oct 10, 2011
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This Time Next Year
October 7, 2011 at House Of Blues (Sunset Strip) in West Hollywood, CA.

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This Time Next Year

October 7, 2011 at House Of Blues (Sunset Strip) in West Hollywood, CA.

4:01 pm - Tue, Sep 27, 2011
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After you pick up your copy of This Time Next Year's Drop Out Of Life (out today!), be sure to head over to AltPress.com and check out vocalist Pete Dowdalls’ track-by-track explanation of the album. Be sure to leave a comment with your thoughts on Drop Out Of Life! 

After you pick up your copy of This Time Next Year's Drop Out Of Life (out today!), be sure to head over to AltPress.com and check out vocalist Pete Dowdalls’ track-by-track explanation of the album. Be sure to leave a comment with your thoughts on Drop Out Of Life

2:43 pm - Tue, Aug 2, 2011
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THIS TIME NEXT YEAR TO SUPPORT NEW FOUND GLORY ON POP PUNK’S NOT DEAD TOUR 
Walnut Creek, CA’s This Time Next Year has been announced as support on New Found Glory’s upcoming fall headliner – Pop Punk’s Not Dead Tour. 
"It’s an honor to be touring with New Found Glory -  a band that has been such a huge influence on all of us in This Time Next Year,” states guitarist Brad Wiseman. “To be a part of a tour that’s helping keep straightforward pop-punk alive is a privilege. The tour is packed with friends, new and old, and we couldn’t be more excited to start!”
This Time Next Year will release their sophomore full-length album, Drop Out Of Life, on September 27th through Equal Vision Records. The hard-hitting pop punk album was produced by New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert [A Day To Remember, H20, Fireworks], engineered by Paul Miner [New Found Glory, A.F.I., Atreyu], and mixed by Paul Leavitt [Circa Survive, All Time Low, Darkest Hour]. 
“Drop Out Of Life is our way of encouraging people to quit whatever brings them down in life and go find out what it is you love,” explains vocalist Pete Dowdalls. “If you hate something, why keep doing it? We’re not telling people to give up; we’re telling them to drop out. Life can be really tough but it’s up to you to make it better. Be positive, always look forward, and do what you want.”
All upcoming tour dates for This Time Next Year can be seen below. Pre-sale tickets for the tour can be ordered HERE.
POP PUNK’S NOT DEAD TOUROct 06 Santa Cruz, CA @ The CatalystOct 07 Los Angeles, CA @ House of BluesOct 08 Tempe, AZ @ The MarqueeOct 10 Dallas, TX @ TreesOct 11 Austin, TX @ Emo’sOct 12 Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’sOct 14 Atlanta, GA @ The MasqueradeOct 15 Orlando, FL @ House of BluesOct 16 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ RevolutionOct 17 St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus LiveOct 19 Charleston, SC @ The Music FarmOct 20 Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend Music HallOct 21 Richmond, VA @ The NationalOct 22 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric FactoryOct 23 Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head LiveOct 25 Buffalo, NY @ Town BallroomOct 26 Syracuse, NY @ Lost HorizonOct 27 Boston, MA @ House of BluesOct 28 New York, NY @ Best Buy Theatre Oct 29 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland BallroomOct 31 Pittsburgh, PA @ Club ZooNov 01 Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues ClevelandNov 03 Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music TheatreNov 04 Chicago, IL @ House of BluesNov 05 St. Paul, MN @ Station 4Nov 06 Iowa City, IA @ The Blue Moose Tap HouseNov 08 St. Louis, MO @ The PageantNov 09 Kansas City, MO @ Midland TheatreNov 10 Denver, CO @ Odgen TheatreNov 11 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Grand at The ComplexNov 13 Seattle, WA @ The Showbox at The MarketNov 14 Portland, OR @ Wonder BallroomNov 16 San Francisco, CA @ The Regency BallroomNov 17 Anaheim, CA @ House of BluesNov 18 Anaheim, CA @ House of BluesNov 19 Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock CafeNov 20 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues San Diego

THIS TIME NEXT YEAR TO SUPPORT NEW FOUND GLORY ON POP PUNK’S NOT DEAD TOUR 

Walnut Creek, CA’s This Time Next Year has been announced as support on New Found Glory’s upcoming fall headliner – Pop Punk’s Not Dead Tour. 

"It’s an honor to be touring with New Found Glory -  a band that has been such a huge influence on all of us in This Time Next Year,” states guitarist Brad Wiseman. “To be a part of a tour that’s helping keep straightforward pop-punk alive is a privilege. The tour is packed with friends, new and old, and we couldn’t be more excited to start!”

This Time Next Year will release their sophomore full-length album, Drop Out Of Life, on September 27th through Equal Vision Records. The hard-hitting pop punk album was produced by New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert [A Day To Remember, H20, Fireworks], engineered by Paul Miner [New Found Glory, A.F.I., Atreyu], and mixed by Paul Leavitt [Circa Survive, All Time Low, Darkest Hour]. 

Drop Out Of Life is our way of encouraging people to quit whatever brings them down in life and go find out what it is you love,” explains vocalist Pete Dowdalls. “If you hate something, why keep doing it? We’re not telling people to give up; we’re telling them to drop out. Life can be really tough but it’s up to you to make it better. Be positive, always look forward, and do what you want.”

All upcoming tour dates for This Time Next Year can be seen below. Pre-sale tickets for the tour can be ordered HERE.

POP PUNK’S NOT DEAD TOUR
Oct 06 Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
Oct 07 Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
Oct 08 Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee
Oct 10 Dallas, TX @ Trees
Oct 11 Austin, TX @ Emo’s
Oct 12 Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s
Oct 14 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Oct 15 Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
Oct 16 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
Oct 17 St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live
Oct 19 Charleston, SC @ The Music Farm
Oct 20 Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend Music Hall
Oct 21 Richmond, VA @ The National
Oct 22 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
Oct 23 Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
Oct 25 Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
Oct 26 Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon
Oct 27 Boston, MA @ House of Blues
Oct 28 New York, NY @ Best Buy Theatre 
Oct 29 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Oct 31 Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Zoo
Nov 01 Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues Cleveland
Nov 03 Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
Nov 04 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Nov 05 St. Paul, MN @ Station 4
Nov 06 Iowa City, IA @ The Blue Moose Tap House
Nov 08 St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
Nov 09 Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre
Nov 10 Denver, CO @ Odgen Theatre
Nov 11 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Grand at The Complex
Nov 13 Seattle, WA @ The Showbox at The Market
Nov 14 Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
Nov 16 San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom
Nov 17 Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
Nov 18 Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
Nov 19 Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Cafe
Nov 20 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues San Diego

1:11 pm - Tue, Jul 26, 2011
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THIS TIME NEXT YEAR TO RELEASE SOPHOMORE FULL-LENGTH ALBUM ‘DROP OUT OF LIFE’ ON SEPTEMBER 27
 
This Time Next Year will release their sophomore full-length album, Drop Out Of Life, on September 27th through Equal Vision Records.
The hard-hitting pop punk album was produced by New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert [A Day To Remember, H20, Fireworks], engineered by Paul Miner [New Found Glory, A.F.I., Atreyu], and mixed by Paul Leavitt [Circa Survive, All Time Low, Darkest Hour]. This Time Next Year is comprised of Pete Dowdalls [vocals], Brad Wiseman [guitar], Denis Cohen [guitar], Travis Pacheco [bass], and James Jalili [drums].
“Drop Out Of Life is our way of encouraging people to quit whatever brings them down in life and go find out what it is you love,” explains Dowdalls. “If you hate something, why keep doing it? We’re not telling people to give up; we’re telling them to drop out. Life can be really tough but it’s up to you to make it better. Be positive, always look forward, and do what you want.”
He continues, “I want people to vicariously live through the heartaches and triumphs I’ve experienced over the years. Drop Out Of Life is as much about the people who always supported us as it is about our personal struggles. This record is dedicated not only to our family, friends and fans, but to anyone out there who has felt defeated, broken or helpless in life. Stay positive, keep your friends close and do whatever it is you want to do in life. Forget acceptance, forget normality, drop out of life.”
Equal Vision Records has also teamed up with No Sleep Records to release Drop Out Of Life on vinyl. This Time Next Year's vinyl release date and pressing info will be announced at a later date by No Sleep Records. The complete tracklisting for Drop Out Of Life can be seen below: 
TRACKLISTING01 Drop Out Of Life02 Better Half03 Living Hell04 Last Call05 Modern Day Love Story06 Spoontonic07 Matchbook08 My Side of Town09 Get it, Got it, Good10 Note11 This is an Airport Train

THIS TIME NEXT YEAR TO RELEASE SOPHOMORE FULL-LENGTH ALBUM ‘DROP OUT OF LIFE’ ON SEPTEMBER 27

This Time Next Year will release their sophomore full-length album, Drop Out Of Life, on September 27th through Equal Vision Records.

The hard-hitting pop punk album was produced by New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert [A Day To Remember, H20, Fireworks], engineered by Paul Miner [New Found Glory, A.F.I., Atreyu], and mixed by Paul Leavitt [Circa Survive, All Time Low, Darkest Hour]. This Time Next Year is comprised of Pete Dowdalls [vocals], Brad Wiseman [guitar], Denis Cohen [guitar], Travis Pacheco [bass], and James Jalili [drums].

Drop Out Of Life is our way of encouraging people to quit whatever brings them down in life and go find out what it is you love,” explains Dowdalls. “If you hate something, why keep doing it? We’re not telling people to give up; we’re telling them to drop out. Life can be really tough but it’s up to you to make it better. Be positive, always look forward, and do what you want.”

He continues, “I want people to vicariously live through the heartaches and triumphs I’ve experienced over the years. Drop Out Of Life is as much about the people who always supported us as it is about our personal struggles. This record is dedicated not only to our family, friends and fans, but to anyone out there who has felt defeated, broken or helpless in life. Stay positive, keep your friends close and do whatever it is you want to do in life. Forget acceptance, forget normality, drop out of life.”

Equal Vision Records has also teamed up with No Sleep Records to release Drop Out Of Life on vinyl. This Time Next Year's vinyl release date and pressing info will be announced at a later date by No Sleep Records. The complete tracklisting for Drop Out Of Life can be seen below: 

TRACKLISTING
01 Drop Out Of Life
02 Better Half
03 Living Hell
04 Last Call
05 Modern Day Love Story
06 Spoontonic
07 Matchbook
08 My Side of Town
09 Get it, Got it, Good
10 Note
11 This is an Airport Train

3:29 pm - Thu, Mar 31, 2011
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Pete Dowdalls of This Time Next Year
Equal Vision Records at SXSW 2011March 17, 2011Dirty Dog BarAustin, TX

Pete Dowdalls of This Time Next Year

Equal Vision Records at SXSW 2011
March 17, 2011
Dirty Dog Bar
Austin, TX

(Source: Flickr / nataliebisignano)

6:27 pm - Mon, Mar 21, 2011
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Check out This Time Next Year performing a new song “Drop Out of Life” acoustic, exclusively for Alternative Press at SXSW. Catch the band on tour now!

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