A Rocket To The Moon Covers ‘Call Me Maybe’ By Carly Rae Jepsen

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Nick Santino of A Rocket To The Moon checked in with fans on Facebook last month after posting a cover of ‘Call Me Maybe’ by Canadian pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen on Soundcloud. The frontman writes:

So our tour manager Britton showed me this song while we were in Australia a few weeks ago and it’s been stuck in my head ever since. I figured the best way to get it out of my head is to just record a my own little cover of it. So this afternoon I spent about 2 hours putting this little thing together. Enjoy it! (You’re welcome for it being stuck in YOUR head now.)

A Rocket To The Moon Announces Spring Tour

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Fueled by Ramen pop-rockers A Rocket to the Moon will embark on ‘The Kids in the Street Tour’ supporting the All-American Rejects. Tour kicks off on April 2nd in Albuquerque and will hit all major markets across the US – see full itinerary below.

A Rocket to the Moon performed a string of headline dates in The Philippines earlier this month which Alternative Press caught up with Andrew Cook for a tour diary. Over the past three years, the Boston-based foursome have matured their sound, showcasing folk-influenced live sets, sharing bills with Cobra Starship, We The Kings, Hanson and Never Shout Never, to name just a few.

A Rocket to the Moon recently wrapped up their sophomore album in Nashville teaming with famed country producer Mark Bright. Check out in studio photos below the cut.

A Rocket To The Moon Tour Dates:
Supporting The All-American Rejects
April 2 – Albuquerque, MN @ Sunshine Theater
April 4 – Kansas City, MO @ Beaumont Club
April 5 – Kearney, NE @ University of Nebraska-Kearney
April 6 – Oklahoma City OK @ Diamond Ballroom
April 7 – St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
April 9 – Chicago, IL @ Metro
April 10 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
April 11 – Detroit, MI @ Motor City Casino
April 13 – Atlantic City, NJ @ Borgata
April 15 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
April 17 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre
April 18 – Montreal, QC @ Le National
April 20 – Potsdam, NY @ Clarkson University
April 21 – Clifton Park, NY @ Northern Lights
April 22 – N. Hampton, MA @ Pearl Street
April 24 – Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
April 25 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
April 27 – Cambridge, MA @ MIT
April 28 – Boston, MA @ Royle
April 29 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
May 1 – Richmond, VA @ The National
May 2 – Norfolk, VA @ Norva
May 4 – Orlando, FL @ Beacham Theatre
May 9 – Ashville, NC @ The Orange Peel
May 11 – Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore
May 12 – Louisville, KY @ Expo Live
May 13 – Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart’s

A Rocket To The Moon Interview & Acoustic Set

Nick Santino and Justin Richards from A Rocket To The Moon stop by SmartPunk Live in Orlando for an interview and acoustic set. See the full interview and acoustic set at smartpunklive.com and watch a highlight clip below.

A Rocket To The Moon Hope To Release New Album Late 2011

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Andrew Cook and Eric Halvorsen of A Rocket To The Moon sit down with TCDCMedia.com. The pair talked about ‘The Rainy Day Sessions’ EP, open to trying anything on their new album, how they’ve stuck together in the face of other bands breaking up, and hoping to release a new album late 2011. Watch the interview via YouTube below.

A Rocket To The Moon ‘Dakota’ Tour Video

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A Rocket To The Moon are out with a tour video for their ‘On Your Side’ release ‘Dakota’, out now on Fueled By Ramen. The video, shot and edited by Travis Zachary, features on stage and behind the scenes footage with the Braintree, Massachusetts rock group. Watch it via YouTube below.

A Rocket To The Moon Sail The San Francisco Bay

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A Rocket To The Moon documented their recent outing on a sailing trip in the San Francisco bay. During the trip, the guys saw a dolphin, a seal and a guy on a kayak. Watch highlights from the adventure via YouTube below.

A Rocket To The Moon On Touring With Hanson Vs. All Time Low

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A Rocket To The Moon stop by The Fueled By Ramen Studio to discuss their recent tours with All Time Low and Hanson, what it likes hearing themselves on the radio, who they’ve been listening to lately and where they like to eat while on tour. “It’s a totally different audience for sure,” drummer Andrew Cook said about touring with Hanson versus All Time Low. “It’s a younger audience. Both of them are pretty much all girls. That’s pretty much the same. All Time Low fans I’d say are a little louder and rowdier, whereas the Hanson fans kind of chill a little more and listen.”

A Rocket To The Moon Try Out Duffy’s Cherry Cricket

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Andrew, Eric and Justin from A Rocket To The Moon stop by Duffy’s Cherry Cricket, as seen on ‘Man v. Food’, to try a Cricket Burger while in Denver, Colorado. Watch the guys eating and giving their impressions about the food via YouTube below.