Rick Burch from Jimmy Eat World was on the phone with Friends or Enemies Radio, where they talked about the release of the band’s new album ‘Invented’, having their own the studio this time around, having a loyal fan base in New Jersey, which songs they get requested to perform the most, and more. Listen to the interview via YouTube below.
Jared from Rockerrazzi.com sits down for an exclusive interview with Jimmy Eat World. They talked about the heat wave in Los Angeles and their advice as an Arizona band on how to stay cool, last thing they stole, the first piece of music they bought, what surprised them on the recording process of this album, not taking much thought on how music translates live and if some early concerts they attended influenced their decision to become musicians themselves. Watch it via YouTube below.
Jimmy Eat World are out with the music video to their new single ‘My Best Theory’, off the Mesa, Arizona rock band’s seventh studio album ‘Invented’, out now on Interscope Records. Watch the Ron Winter directed video via Vevo below.
Jimmy Eat World is now revealing 60 second clips of each track off their upcoming album, ‘Invented’. The band has also revealed their entire album artwork through their Facebook page. Go to the band’s Facebook page to “Like” their profile, then access will be granted to flip through each page of the booklet.
The first single off the album, ‘My Best Theory’ can be heard now on the band’s official site, www.jimmyeatworld.com. The band is preparing to start their North American headlining tour September 21st at Center Stage in Atlanta, Georgia.
Jimmy Eat World have released a short video shot live in the studio during the recording of their upcoming album ‘Invented’. The video showcases the string session of the album’s first track, ‘Heart Is Hard To Find’.
Video at YouTube has since been removed.
Jimmy Eat World just announced a headlining North American tour kicking off September 21st in Atlanta, Georgia. The veteran rock band will tour in support of their forthcoming new album ‘Invented’, which is slated for a September 28th on DGC/Interscope. Fellow Phoenix resident Courtney Marie Andrews, who sings backing vocals on several tracks on Invented will be joining the band on tour.
Tickets will be available pre-sale starting Thursday July 29th at 11 AM. Visit jimmyeatworld.com for more details. Sales to the general public start this weekend.
Civil Twilight will open Atlanta and Asheville shows and We Were Promised Jetpacks will open shows from Los Angeles through Toronto.
Tour dates for Jimmy Eat World are as follows (more dates to be announced later including show in the band’s home state of Arizona):
9/21 Center Stage Atlanta, GA
9/22 The Orange Peel Asheville NC
9/24 Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
9/25 Virgin Mobile Free Fest/Merriweather Post Pavilion Columbia, MD
9/29 The Wiltern Los Angeles, CA
9/30 Warfield Theatre San Francisco, CA
10/1 SLO Veterans’ Auditorium San Luis Obispo, CA
10/3 Ogden Theatre Denver, CO
10/4 Sokol Auditorium Omaha NE
10/5 Pabst Theatre Milwaukee, WI
10/7 Riviera Theatre Chicago, IL
10/8 Royal Oak Music Theatre Royal Oak, MI
10/9 Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
10/11 Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA
10/14 Terminal 5 New York, NY
10/15 House Of Blues Boston, MA
10/17 Kool Haus Toronto, ON
Minneapolis, Minnesota pop punk act Sing It Loud performed a cover of ‘Hear You Me’ by Jimmy Eat World on their YouTube channel. Watch below.
Jimmy Eat World are out with the video to their new single ‘Always Be’, from the Mesa, Arizona alternative rock group’s sixth studio album ‘Chase This Light’, out now on Interscope Records. Watch it below the fold.
Jim Adkins and Tom Linton of Jimmy Eat World dropped by ‘MuchOnDemand’ in Toronto on November 1st to chat with VJ Hannah Simone about their love of Dungeons & Dragons and to get a personalized message from their celebrity fans in Hedley. Watch the clip below.
Fly Magazine caught up with Jimmy Eat World guitarist Tom Linton last month for a Q&A, asking if the veteran act finally feels like they’ve been able to shrug off that dreaded “emo” tag. “No, I don’t think so,” he admitted. “It’s funny, I was telling Jim [Adkins, frontman] the other day, like, every interview, they always ask, ‘All right, so you guys are like the leaders of emo?’ Every interview people always bring up emo. I guess we just kind of laugh at it. We think it’s funny, and there’s nothing really we can do about it.” Jimmy Eats World released their sixth studio album ‘Chase This Light’ last month on Interscope. The transcript at flymagazine.net has since been removed.