Yellowcard have posted the following on their website “Looks like we can finally announce that we will be touring the United Kingdom and Europe in February and March of 2013! Set It Off will be supporting the whole tour, Like Torches (new album out next year produced by Ryan Key and Ryan Mendez) from Sweden will be with us in the UK, and we will be making another amazing announcement about additional support very soon. We have been working really hard overseas these last two years so we are really looking forward to this headlining tour. Stay tuned for more details as they come!” 

The tour will be in support of their most recent album Southern Air, which has hit the charts worldwide and gained a top 10 spot in the US Billboard charts.

25.02 – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
26.02 – KoKo, London
28.02 – QMU, Glasgow
01.03 – Ritz, Manchester
02.03 – Kasbah, Coventry
05.03 – Waterfront, Norwich

Tickets go on sale this Friday, 21st September.


Yellowcard and Saves The Day will be touring the UK together later this year in a co-headline run. The dates are as follows:

28.11 – Garage, Glasgow
29.11 – HMV Institute, Birmingham
30.11 – Academy 2, Manchester
1.12 – HMV Forum, London


Yellowcard‘s seventh album is finally hitting the shelves. the band themselves have called the record “The product of thousands of miles of traveling to write together, hundreds of emails containing demos and new ideas and finally, eight weeks of  twelve hour studio days, working together again as a full band so after all that effort.. you should check out the result!


Yellowcard is a band that’s been on hiatus for two years, not toured the UK for five and has a following, one would assume, slightly older than the bands they’re sharing the stage with tonight – not to mention that opening for more-pop-than-punk giants All Time Low has to be an intimidating prospect for anyone – but from the first violin strings to the last singalong chorus, Yellowcard stand out for all the right reasons. Read more…


For those who take their pop-punk with a generous helping of strings, the news that Yellowcard were back touring and releasing a new album definitely got 2011 off to a rocking start. We caught up with Sean Mackin before the band’s set in Birmingham to find out what to else to expect from the band this year. Read More…


All Time Low are back in Europe for a full tour and previewed a new song called Time Bomb from forthcoming album, Dirty Work, at the first show of the tour in Brussels last night. Be sure to let us know what you think!

Though mostly sold out, you can still grab tickets for some of the UK dates below, with support from Yellowcard and Young Guns.

27.02 –  Manchester Academy

01.03 – Dublin Olympia
03.03 –  Nottingham Rock City
04.03 –  Birmingham Academy
05.03 – Newport Centre
06.03 – Liverpool University
07.03 – Leeds Academy
09.03 –  Glasgow Barrowlands
10.03 –  Newcastle Academy
11.03 –  Manchester Apollo
12.03 –  London Brixton Academy
13.03 –  London Brixton Academy




The first single off Yellowcard‘s upcoming album When You’re Through Thinking, Say Yes is now streaming over at For You, And Your Denial shows the band well and truly back on form and if this is a hint of what they’ve got up their sleeves then it’s no wonder that their album is one of CtrlAltRock’s most anticipated of the year!


The long awaited return of Yellowcard is almost here! The band have announced that their seventh studio album will be released on March 21st and titled ‘When You’re Through Thinking, Say Yes’. We’ve extremely excited about their return – especially as they will be main support to All Time Low on their Feb/March 2011 tour  along with High Wycombes finest – Young Guns.

27.02 – Manchester, Apollo
1.03- Dublin, Olympia Theatre
3.03 – Nottingham, Rock City
4.03 – Birmingham, Academy
5.03 – Newport, Centre
6.03 – Liverpool, University
7.03 – Leeds, Academy
9.03 – Glasgow, Barrowlands
10.03 – Newcastle, Academy
11.03 – Manchester, Apollo
12.03 – Brixton, Academy
13.03  – Brixton, Academy