Stream the debut EP, tragic love songs to study to [vol. 5].
While $uicideboy$ continue their incredibly prolific streak, recently launching theirYin Yang Tapesseries, Ruby da Cherry has announced a creative tangent with his first foray into the world of pop-punk.
Under the moniker DUCKBOY, Ruby da Cherry showcases his versatility and songwriting range, exploring the instrumental aggression of punk with pop sensibilities. The revelation comes with the arrival of DUCKBOY’s introductory EP,tragic love songs to study to [vol. 5]via G59 Record$.
The showcase of new material includes lyric videos for the 4 songs featured on the release including the project’s focus track “ROUGAROU (i’ve become the monster)” inspired by the mythical creature from Louisiana folklore. Additional cuts include ”XXL hadron collider,” “my love life needs a lobotomy,” and “after further reasoning, i’m going to bed.” All of the videos can be viewed – HERE
As for $uicideboy$, the duo is prepping for their massive Grey Day Tour. Set to begin late summer and extend well through the fall, the mammoth 40-date excursion will see the tandem of $crim and Ruby Da Cherry command arenas and amphitheaters across the country.
The run will include monumental stops at The Kia Forum in Los Angeles, Madison Square Garden in New York, and tour finale at one of the country’s most distinct live music venues in the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver. True to form, $B have recruited a dynamic, diverse roster of support on the run, with the likes of Ghostemane, City Morgue, Freddie Dredd, Sematary and Ramirez bolstering the magnitude of the tour. Dates and cities for the Grey Day Tour can be found below, Get tickets –HERE
tragic love songs to study to [vol. 5]from DUCKBOY is now available –HERE
DUCKBOY TRACKLIST: 1) ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 2) ROUGAROU (i’ve become the monster) 3) where y’at, duckboy? 4) XXL hadron collider 5) my love life needs a lobotomy 6) where y’at, duckboy?? 7. after further reasoning, i’m going to bed
The first and only performance from Grohl was the highlight of Warren Haynes' 'The Benefit Concert Volume 20,’ recorded during the 30th Annual Christmas Jam which benefiting Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity.