Anberlin ‘Impossible’ Acoustic Performance

Anberlin performed an acoustic version of their single ‘Impossible’ for a private group of Q92 listeners at Club Voodoo in Canton, Ohio on Monday (November 1). The song is off the band’s latest album ‘Dark Is the Way, Light Is a Place’. Watch it via YouTube below.

Anberlin Live At Waterloo Records

Anberlin perform in Austin, TX
Anberlin performed ‘Naive Orleans’ and ‘The Unwinding Cable Car’ live at Waterloo Records in Austin, Texas on September 10th. Watch both songs via YouTube below.

Anberlin Frontman Originally Wanted ‘Impossible’ Off Their New Album

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Anberlin’s new single ‘Impossible’, ripping up Billboard’s Alternative Songs Chart, almost didn’t make it on the band’s upcoming fifth album, ‘Dark is the Way, Light Is a Place’, according to frontman Stephen Christian.

“Just a few weeks before the album was finished I hated (the song),” Christian confessed to Billboard.com. “I was like, ‘I don’t want that. I want that off the record.’ We had done so much to that song, I felt like it had lost its…allure, its luster. It had gotten lost in translation. But there were people who felt like the song had to stay, so we went back and rewrote the entire introduction with the guitar picking and added a lot of ethereal, low backup vocals, and we switched some parts around. Our A&R from Universal was there and he was like, ‘That’s your single!’… Greater minds prevailed. We were very lucky to go from, ‘Hey, get that song off the record, I never want to hear it again!’ to, ‘I guess America wants to hear this first, so that’s what’s going to happen.'”

Anberlin Discuss Working With Brendan O’Brien On Latest Album

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Nathan Young and Christian McAlhaney of Anberlin talked with Fuse On Demand about their recording process of their latest album ‘Dark Is The Way, Light Is The Place’ and working with Grammy Award winning producer Brendan O’Brien on the project. “We never thought we’d do a record with someone like that, so it was just really cool,” Young said. “The opportunity, and it was so much fun. It probably was our favorite record to make for sure.” Watch the interview via YouTube below.

Anberlin Name Is A Radiohead Lyric Misunderstanding

Anberlin 'Impossible'

Anberlin frontman Stephen Christian spoke with Spin.com about the origin of the band’s name, which he credits to a misheard Radiohead lyric. “I was in my dorm room at the University of Central Florida in 2002, and I was listening to Radiohead’s Kid A,” Christian explained. “I was infatuated. I listened to that album every night for a month. But in the song ‘Everything In Its Right Place’, I thought I kept hearing something in the background that sounded like Thom Yorke was singing the word ‘Anberlin’.”

Anberlin ‘Impossible’ Video

Anberlin are out with the music video to their new single ‘Impossible’, off the Winter Haven, Florida alternative rock band’s fifth studio album ‘Dark Is the Way, Light Is a Place’, out September 21st on Universal Republic. Watch the Steve Hoover directed video via Vevo below.
Director: Steve Hoover

Anberlin’s Stephen Christian Discusses Fight Against Human Trafficking

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Anberlin vocalist Stephen Christian spoke with GlobalShift about his organization Faceless International, which is helping lead an effort to rid the world of human trafficking. “Faceless International is fighting modern day slavery,” Christian said. “I understand that not everyone feels like that’s what they want to work on. I encourage people to just get involved. Human trafficking isn’t the fight for everyone.”

The full story at globalshift.org has since been removed.

‘Stand By Me’ Ensemble Cover In Orlando

A video from the ‘To Write Love On Her Arms – Heavy & Light’ show in Orlando at the House of Blues on January 9th has been posted online. This ‘Stand By Me’ cover was the encore of the night and included Mat Kearney, The Rocket Summer (Bryce Avary) and members of Anberlin, Underoath and Copeland. Watch it via YouTube below.

Taking Back Sunday & The All-American Rejects Tour Dates

Taking Back Sunday and The All-American Rejects tour dates

Taking Back Sunday and The All-American Rejects are set to hit the road this fall by launching a co-headlining tour in early November, marking the first time the two bands have toured together. Anberlin will join the bill as support.

Upcoming tour dates confirmed – more dates will be added:

All dates are co-headline dates with the bands switching off in the closing slot:
11/3 Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
11/4 WVU Coliseum, Morgantown, WV
11/5 Mansfield University, Mansfield, PA
11/6 Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT
11/8 House of Blues at Showboat, Atlantic City, NJ
11/10 Showcase Live, Foxboro, MA
11/11 Showcase Live, Foxboro, MA
11/13 Saint Vincent College, Pittsburgh, PA
11/14 Alumni Hall- USNA, Annapolis, MD
11/16 George Mason University- Patriot Center, Fairfax, VA
11/20 House of Blues, North Myrtle Beach, SC
11/24 Bricktown Events Center, Oklahoma City, OK
11/25 Cain’s Ballroom, Tulsa, OK
11/27 IP Casino, Biloxi, MS
11/28 Horseshoe Casino, Bossier City, LA
12/1 The Pavilion @ Concrete Street, Corpus Christi, TX
12/2 Sunset Station, San Antonio, TX
12/4 The Swamp, Fort Walton Beach, FL
12/5 House of Blues, Lake Buena Vista, FL
12/6 Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater, Miami Beach, FL

Anberlin Perform ‘Surrender’ & Danzig’s ‘Mother’

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Anberlin recently stopped by Billboard.com’s studios to perform their new single ‘Surrender’. Mixed in with the performance is the Florida band talking about the song, having a slow and steady growth, and not considering themselves a Christian band. They also performed an acoustic cover of the Danzig 1988 single ‘Mother’. Watch the footage below the cut. (more…)

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