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Brand New – 2014 Concert Schedule

The early 2000s produced a number of emo and power punk bands, one of which was Brand New. This band got their start in 2001 with their album, "Your Favorite Weapon," and they quickly garnered critical acclaim in the years that followed. If you're a fan of Brand New, you know there's nothing quite like being able to see them perform their hits live, and you can do just that during their 2014 concert tour. Brand New will be visiting a variety of venues and events this year, including Forest Hills Stadium, Edge Fest in Buffalo, Oakland's Fox Theater, Portland's Crystal Ballroom, the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver, Toronto's Riot Fest, the Tabernacle in Atlanta, New Orleans' Civic Theatre, Houston's Bayou Music Center, Ashville's Orange Peel, the Fillmore in Miami Beach, The Lyric Oxford, and many more. With so many concert dates lined up for 2014, fans far and wide will have a chance to catch a show from this exciting band. So what are you waiting for? To get your tickets to see Brand New live in concert, then visit StubHub to beat the crowds, and get ready to have a blast at the next show!

About Brand New

The alternative rock band Brand New was formed in 2000, and by 2001 they were ready to make their debut. Their debut studio album, "Your Favorite Weapon," was released in 2001, and contained the popular power-punk sound of the time. The album allowed them to tour with bands like Taking Back Sunday, which further exposed their music to a larger audience and garnered them a bigger fan base. After the release of their debut album, Brand New returned to the studio to begin recording their second album. They followed up in 2003 with the album "Deja Entendu," which featured a noticeably more mature rock sound. Aided by the singles "The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows" and "Sic Transit Gloria…Glory Fades," the album charted on the Billboard 200 chart and it was eventually certified gold.

After securing a contract with their first major record label, Brand New released their next album, "The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me" in 2006. Entering the Billboard 200 chart at the number 31 position, the album brought the band to new levels of fame, and spawned the singles "Sowing Season" and "Jesus." A few years later, Brand New returned with their fourth studio album, "Daisy," which quickly shot to the number 6 position on the Billboard 200 chart and was met with critical acclaim. The heavy guitars and screaming vocals created a darker mood than Brand New's earlier work, but critics and fans loved the new fury in their music. "Daisy" went on to win a number of accolades from various music publications.

Brand New's Breakthrough Album

Brand New appeared on the scene with their debut album, "Your Favorite Weapon," which explored themes of teenage relationships alongside the power-punk sound typical of its time. After gaining a steady fan base, the band continued to hone their sound, and they released their second studio album, "Deja Entendu," which was well-received due to its more grown-up sound. Songs like "The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows" and "Sic Transit Gloria…Glory Fades" became popular with fans, and the album eventually received a gold certification. With their 2006 album, "The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me," Brand New's fame and popularity continued to grow. The album sold an estimated 60,000 copies in just its first week, and it was later listed as one of the best albums of 2006, in addition to being included in NME's list of the 100 Best Albums of the 2000s. Brand New's album "Daisy" marked the culmination of their maturation as a band, with Kerrang! and listing it as one of the best albums of the year.

Brand New Trivia

Brand New's song "Seventy Times 7" refers to an argument with a member of what other band?

The song "Seventy Times 7" contains lyrical content referring to a disagreement between Brand New's front man Jesse Lacey and his friend John Nolan of the band Taking Back Sunday. Taking Back Sunday released a song in response, called "There's No 'I' in Team."

Fan Experience

Get ready to rock, because Brand New is currently underway on their 2014 concert tour, and you don't want to miss a second of their must-see show. This band is known to keep the venue rocking, and you can expect to see all of their incredible hits performed, like "Jesus Christ," "The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows," and "Sic Transit Gloria…Glory Fades." There's nothing like seeing your favorite rock band give it their all during a live show, and Brand New's concerts are sure to impress any rock music fan. Be sure to check out Brand New when they kick off their 2014 concert tour.

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