New Jersey’s Crash Romeo is back with its sophomore album, Gave Me the Clap, and some tour dates to support it.
Gave Me The clap drops March 25 on Trustkill Records. The album was produced by Chris Badami (The Starting Line, The Early November). A video for the album’s first radio track, “Popular,” recently was shot in New Jersey with director Jason Marsden and will be hitting the TV and Internet airwaves within the coming weeks.
“Popular” also will be included in Mountain Dew’s Amp 6 Pack, a compilation of new songs that goes out to more than 250 college radio station DJs nationwide.
Crash Romeo will be hit the road with Tub Ring, Driver Side Impact and School Boy Humor starting April 13, 2008, in Allentown, Pa.
Before the trek begins, the band will be doing a handful of free acoustic in-store performances. Sites, dates and times for the free performances are:
Route 1 and Ford Avenue
FYE Bridgewater at the Somerville Circle
309 U.S. Hwy 202-206
Curmudgeon Music Store
31 West Main St.
Confirmed 2008 tour dates include:
April 13: Allentown, Pa., Crocodile Rock
April 16: La Crosse, Wis., The Warehouse
April 17: St. Paul, Minn., Station 4
April 23: San Antonio, Texas, White Rabbit
April 24: Austin, Texas, Red 7
April 25: Houston, Javajazz
April 26: New Orleans, The High Ground