The Exies Wish Fans A Happy Holiday

The Exies checked in with fans on their blog at MySpace on Wednesday (December 24) with the following message:

We all want to wish all of you the very happiest of holidays and thank all of you for always being so supportive of The Exies. So many great memories and we have all of you to thank for all of them!!! We hope all of you all the best!!!!

Rock On,

The Exies

The Exies ‘These Are The Days’ Video

The Exies are out with the video to their new single ‘These Are The Days’, from the Los Angeles rock band’s fourth studio album ‘A Modern Way Of Living With The Truth’, out May 15th on Eleven Seven Music. Watch it below.

Happy New Year From The Exies

The Exies checked in with their MySpace friends on Monday (December 31) with the following bulletin:

To each and everyone of you, we wish you all the best in the coming year! Ours was great but next year is going to be even better… We look forward to seeing all of you again! We just posted “Stray” to our player, so check it out!!

Rock On,

The Exies

Happy Holidays From The Exies

The Exies checked in with fans on their blog at MySpace on Monday (December 24) with the following message:

Hi everyone, just a note from us to wish all of you a very Happy Holiday season and to thank all of you for making this one of the best years of our lives! There’s whole LOT more to come in 2008, so stay tuned and once again, we hope all of you have a safe and happy holiday!!! See ya soon…

Rock On,

Scott, Freddy, Chris and Hoss

Scott Stevens Moved By Fans’ Supportive Comments After Show Cancellations

The Exies frontman Scott Stevens checked in with fans with a bulletin on the band’s MySpace on Thursday (August 30) after his throat infection forced the group to cancel shows on Wednesday and Thursday. Scott writes:

Hey everyone,

Scott here.

I am sitting in a hotel room alone reading through the comments and posts and I can’t tell you how moved I am. The fact that you take the time shows how incredible our fans really are. My heart is breaking. The boys are off to home which should take them three days while I’m flying out tomorrow.
I’ve been ordered ten days of no speaking which if you’ve ever spent a day in complete silence the world takes on a different view. I don’t know, you listen and observe more. There is a stillness to it. So there’s the positive in this situation. Plus the rest will do us good. It’s been eight months. Anyway we will be back at it on the 14th at the Scout Bar in Houston. So for those of you who we cancelled on we will make up those shows. For the radio shows my sincerest apology to the station involved.
Thanks for your concerns
Best wishes to all


The Exies ‘God We Look Good (Going Down in Flames)’ Video

The Exies are out with the video to their unreleased song ‘God We Look Good (Going Down in Flames)’, not featured on their new album ‘Modern Way of Living With the Truth. The track is dedicated to the band’s views on the irresponsibility of the media and its obscene waste of valuable real estate on meaningless dribble and political propaganda. Watch it below.

The Exies Visit ‘Your World’ To Discuss Paris Petition

Rock band The Exies started a petition to keep Paris Hilton in jail for her full 45 day prison sentence. The band visited ‘Your World with Neil Cavuto’ to discuss their issues with the heiress.

Video at has since been removed.

On TV: Modest Mouse, Fall Out Boy, The Exies

Modest Mouse band

Rock acts on television this week include Modest Mouse, who perform on ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ on Wednesday; Silversun Pickups, who perform on ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’ on Wednesday; Fall Out Boy, who perform on ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ on Thursday; The Used, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Thursday; The Exies, who perform on ‘The Late Late Show’ on Friday; Blonde Redhead, who perform on ‘Late Night’ on Friday; Linkin Park, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Friday and visit ‘TRL’ via webcam on Tuesday; and The All-American Rejects, who perform on ‘Today’ on Friday.