Imminence Records’ Detroit pop-punk outfit The Major Minor is pleased to announce their third tour in as many months. This third tour will take place in November with the band serving as support to Stories Untold (Razor & Tie). Both tours are promoting the band’s six track label debut, entitled Different Light. The EP is full of emo dipped pop-punk that harkens back to the middle 2000s.
“Stoked on life right now is the best way to describe it. We have the opportunity to tour with one of THE BEST rock bands from Michigan and play unfamiliar places. A lot of planning and preparation went into planning this tour package and it always feels good to see hard work pay off. Catch us on the east coast!” – Dan Amaro (The Major Minor’s Vocalist)
“We don’t think that words could ever fully describe how excited we are for the Feels Like Home Tour. We’ve been relentlessly working at this for years and we made it happen with the help of an incredible team. We are endlessly grateful for all of the fans that have been reaching out to show their support. We’ll see you on the road next month!” – Brennen Moloney (Stories Untold’s Drummer)
About The Major Minor:
The Major Minor was established in Detroit during 2015 as an emotional pop punk band. The members – Daniel Amaro, Ian Redmen, Austin Dryer, and Roberto Garcia – are influenced from early 2000’s pop punk to post hardcore that includes Silverstein, Senses Fail, and Jimmy Eat World. The band released their debut EP in October 2015 entitled The Wasted Nights. They quickly came back six months later with the matured Maps EP. During the following winter the band caught the attention of Imminence Records and announced their signing to the label on April 6th, 2017. The band saw their label debut, entitled Different Light, released on May 12th.
ICYMI: Check out our review of “Different Light” by The Major Minor here!