Feb. 15 |  Album Release Date: April 30th

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It happened. We were given a release date when a hand reached up from the depths of hell with a piece of paper, upon which was scribbled “APRIL 30th” Now upon reading that you must keep a few things in mind:

 

Even though the album is now set for release, through Victory Records, if you enjoy the music and the band the best way to support us is to purchase the album from The Risc Store  (www.riscstore.com) or from us directly at shows. Unfortunately, this is the only way we can insure the band actually makes money from our own music. The Risc Store works directly with Streetlight Manifesto to keep costs down and work with you to make sure you’re happy. The Risc Store also has exclusive designs for all Streetlight Manifesto and Toh Kay merchandise.

 

A lot of work has gone into creating this record and now a lot more work has gone into releasing it. For those of you who have already pre-ordered the record, thank you for your support and your patience. We are releasing another sample to further assure you that the album you’ve pre-ordered exists. We will be releasing more samples and announcements in the coming days and weeks. Keep your eyes and ears firmly pressed against your computer, phone, or both.

 

I wish I could convey how lucky we are to have such loyal and supportive fans in a way that felt genuine – but I can’t so how about this :::nods head – raises glass:::

 

– Streetlight Manifesto

 

Here is the newest audio sample:

http://soundcloud.com/pentimentomusic/003-1

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    Since Streetlight’s early days, we’ve been lucky enough to work with some of our favorite artists on the planet for tour posters and merch. It’s been an honor to work with each and every one of them and we’re proud to show off the hard work of these ridiculously talented individuals. Whether it’s a song or a poster, what we all do is so closely related and complimentary that it’d be virtually impossible to see the whole picture if one was missing. We’d like to call attention to these artists via our social media outlets, and hopefully you’ll be kind enough to check the artists out at their own sites and accounts, to see what they’re up to and support what they do.

    First up is the super awesome artist we’ve worked with most recently for the October 2015 East Coast tour, Teagan White. Her Instagram is @teaganwh and her website is www.teaganwhite.com. Tell her we said hi when you check out her increeeedible portfolio!

    If you’d like to purchase this art as a screen printed poster, please buy it directly from her site at http://teaganwhite.bigcartel.com/product/streetlight-manifesto-fall-2015-tour-ap

    When it sells out there, or if you want the t-shirt or pullover hoodie with this artwork, head over to our shop at http://riscstore.com/search?q=teagan+white

    Thanks for reading and thanks for supporting our brothers and sisters in the arts!

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    The view from Toh’s toe. Photo by @digitalkloc

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    Ladies and gentlepeople, say hello to our dear Karl Lyden, the latest full time addition to the Streetlight Gang!
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    Our badass little bass monster, Mr Pete McCullough
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    He’s back! After a brief 10 year sabbatical, Professor Dan Ross returns to the Streetlight family.
    Photo by @digitalkloc