The Academy Is… performed ‘About A Girl’ and ‘His Girl Friday’ during the mtvU Sunblock Music Festival at Pier Six Concert Pavillion in Baltimore on July 27th. Watch both via mtvU.com below.
andPOP spoke with Carolina Liar, The Academy Is… and We The Kings about the Bill & Trav’s Bogus Journey Tour, how they came up with the name, and some of their stories from the road. Watch the interview below.
The Academy Is… are out with the home video for ‘Winter Passing’, a track the Hoffman Estates, Illinois rock group penned last month and released as a single on December 2nd. Watch it below.
The Academy Is… will be playing MTV’s New Years Eve 2009, and announced it by doing a parody of President Bush being targetted with an Iraqi reporter’s shoe over the weekend. Pete Wentz played the angry reporter in the video, with the Fall Ouy Boy bassist branding the group a sell-out for participating in the event before throwing three shoes at TAI singer William Beckett. Watch the comedy clip via YouTube below.
The Academy Is… teamed up in an acoustic performance of the holiday favorite ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’, ending with a Happy Holidays greeting from the Hoffman Estates, Illinois rock group. Watch it via YouTube below.
The Academy Is… are out with the video for their new single ‘About A Girl’, from the Chicago, Illinois indie rock group’s third studio album ‘Fast Times At Barrington High’, in stores now on Decaydance / Fueled By Ramen. Watch it below the cut. (more…)
The Academy Is… are out with the video for their new single ‘Summer Hair = Forever Young’, from the Chicago indie rock band’s third album, ‘Fast Times At Barrington High’, in stores August 19th on Decaydance / Fueled By Ramen. Watch it below the cut. (more…)
Behind the scenes footage on the set of The Academy Is…’s video for ‘Summer Hair = Forever Young’, from the Chicago indie rock band’s album ‘Fast Times At Barrington High’, has been posted at the Fueled By Ramen YouTube channel. The disc hits stores August 19th.
The Academy Is… posted a video clip with the guys talking about the availability of their new single ‘About A Girl’ at their MySpace for streaming and for download at iTunes, as well as the ability of fans to order ‘Fast Times At Barrington’ ahead of its release August 19th on Fueled By Ramen. Watch the commercial via YouTube below.
The Academy Is… bassist Adam T. Siska checked in with fans on the group’s MySpace blog on Thursday (April 17), discussing his brother Jason’s participation on the latest edition of ‘Survivor’ among other topics. He writes:
Hey everybody! It’s yours truly, Adam T. Siska.
My friends and I have been enjoying our time here in Los Angeles. However, I must say the temperature is very unpredictable here, sometimes very nice during the day, but very cold in the evenings.
Over the weekend, I took a drive up to Big Bear, California and enjoyed the great outdoors. One day I think I will get a horse and go live up in the mountains, and spend my days wrestling bears and cookin’ up s’mores.
As some of you may know, I am big supporter of the Chicago Bulls. Yes, I am pretty bummed at the fact that they didn’t make the playoffs this season. But I am pretty excited to see what happens this year in the playoffs, its been an exciting year in West, and I’m excited to see what the Celtics are all about. Anyway… enough ESPN talk…
All in all, life is good, I can’t complain. At seems as though the weather is getting better and that makes me happy. I look forward to summertime, and all of the excitement lying ahead.
We have been working hard on Album Number 3 and we can’t wait for you to hear it.
In other news… hasn’t my brother been awesome on Survivor? I hope you all have been watching my Survivor videos on FRIENDS OR ENEMIES. That dude Ozzy has got a lot of nerve to be talking sh** on my brother. It goes to show that talk is cheap. Ozzy looked like an idiot when my brother dominated him last week. We will see who comes out on top in the end…. I’ll give you a hint, his name rhymes with JASON.
Thanks for reading, have a wonderful day.
Until next time…