Tour featuring Say Anything to come to Cleveland

“What could be better than going to a show with the bands Say Anything, Eisley, Moneen, and Moving Mountains? Not much. Lucky for you, these bands are teaming up for a fall tour that will make a stop in Cleveland. Each band playing at this show has an indie sound anyone can bob and sway their head to, yet they all have catchy lyrics and a rock feel that is fun to dance to.”

What could be better than going to a show with the bands Say Anything, Eisley, Moneen, and Moving Mountains? Not much. Lucky for you, these bands are teaming up for a fall tour that will make a stop in Cleveland.

Each band playing at this show has an indie sound anyone can bob and sway their head to, yet they all have catchy lyrics and a rock feel that is fun to dance to.

Say Anything’s front man Max Bemis has incredible writing abilities and a stage presence that will keep crowds coming back for more.

With a unique past of bipolar disease, extreme anxiety and paranoia, Max Bemis’s writing style is meaningful and fun. Their latest album is called In Defense of the Genre, which is a two disc set of amazing songs. Say Anything announced a self-titled 13 track album due out on Oct. 13.

This indie/rock band’s fun and quirky lyrics are a riot to listen to.

Second on the bill is the band Eisley, who’s most recent, album is titled Combinations. With a calm combination of piano, guitar and soothing lyrics, Eisley is a great band to sit back and enjoy the day with.

All the members are related to each other, and with that strong family bond comes well written music and a band that works wonderfully together. Interestingly enough their guitarist/vocalist Sherri DuPree is married to Max Bemis of Say Anything, which adds spunk to their fall tour.

Eisley will have a four track EP available during the tour and will include a cover Eisley song by Bemis of Say Anything.

Even though Moneen and Moving Mountains aren’t as well known as Say Anything and Eisley, they should be recognized for their great ability and talent just the same.

Moneen’s lead singer Kenny Bridges solid voice has an addicting and different feel than other vocalists on tour making Moneen a must see band.

It is obvious by listening to Moving Mountains that they put a lot of time and work in their music, but their dedication is really noticeable by the fact that they are an unsigned band.

They don’t have a label to help them get on tours or produce music, making them an inspiration to other bands like them.

These bands will make a stop at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland on Oct. 27. Tickets for this upcoming tour are $16.50 for general admission.

Call arts writer Brian Long:

330-972-8449.

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