Emarosa is celebrating the release of a very special EP, 131 Reimagined, out today via Hopeless Records. As an added surprise, the band also released the music video for the reimagined “Helpless,” directed by Megan Thompson, which can be seen at http://smarturl.it/HelplessReVideo. Fans can check out the full EP on SpotifyiTunes or Apple Music.
 
The EP, produced by Aaron Marsh (Copeland, This Wild Life, Anberlin), features re-worked versions of four fan-favorite tracks from 131, the album that garnered incredible praise, with press outlets like Substream Magazine saying: “We don’t hesitate to proclaim Emarosa is better now than ever before” and Chorus.fm stating that “‘131’ shatters the mold the band previously sat in and stands out as a modern rock masterpiece that delivers hit after heart-felt hit.” On the EP, Bradley Walden shares, “There’s therapy in opening old wounds. We wanted to see a different side of the select few & give them a new life.” 

Emarosa will be bringing these newly released songs and their always incredible live performance to fans later this month with support from A Lot Like Birds and Jule Vera. This month-long headlining tour will kick off in Pittsburgh on September 23rd and hit cities all around the country before wrapping up in Chicago on October 22nd. On the upcoming tour, singer Bradley Walden shares“This is the final tour supporting ‘131’. We’re going to be performing songs we’ve never done before and taking our live show to places it’s never been. If there’s a must see performance this Fall, this is it.” Tickets are on-sale now at emarosa.us.
Upcoming Tour Dates
9/23/17 Pittsburgh, PA – Cattivo
9/24/17 Lemoyne, PA – The Champ
9/25/17 Hartford, CT – Webster Underground
9/27/17 Asbury Park, NJ – House of Independents
9/28/17 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Night Bazaar
9/29/17 Amityville, NY – Amityville Music Hall
9/30/17 Richmond, VA – The Canal Club
10/1/17 Washington, DC – DC9 Club
10/3/17 Greensboro, NC – The Blind Tiger
10/4/17 Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
10/5/17 Jacksonville, FL – 1904 Music Hall
10/6/17 Tampa, FL – Orpheum Theatre
10/7/17 Orlando, FL – Backbooth
10/9/17 Houston, TX – Walter’s
10/10/17 Austin, TX – Come and Take It Live
10/11/17 Dallas, TX – Dirty 30
10/13/17 Mesa, AZ – Nile Half House
10/14/17 San Diego, CA – The Irenic
10/15/17 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
10/16/17 Sacramento, CA – Holy Diver
10/17/17 Portland, OR – Analog Theatre
10/18/17 Seattle, WA – Chop Suey
10/21/17 Des Moines, IA – Vaudeville Mews
10/22/17 Chicago, IL – Subterranean

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