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The story so far live August 23

Lenny Schumacher

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NASHVILLE, TN - The Story So Far, the current co-headliner Sad Summer Festival 2021 with All Time Low, Movements, and the Maine during August to September 2021, will be heading their in-between festival tour at Cannery Ballroom on August 23, 8.00 p.m, along with Movements and Destroy Boys.

Formed in 2007 in Walnut Creek, California, The California pop-punk band has released four studio albums with notable singles as "Clairvoyant", "Heavy Gloom", "Take Me as You Please", and "Nerve", which taken from their latest 2018 album, "Proper Dose".

Consisted of Parker Cannon on vocals, Kevin Geyer on lead guitar, Kevin Ambrose on rhythm guitar, Ryan Torf on drums, and Kelen Capener on bass, the band is currently signed under Pure Noise Records.

Meanwhile, Movements is a post-hardcore band formed in 2015 in Rancho, Santa Margarita California. The band has released an EP titled "Outgrown Things" in 2016 and two studio albums, "Feel Something" in 2017 and "No Good Left to Give" in 2020.

Several notable singles from Movements are "Scripted", "Buried", "Colorblind", and "Daylily". Their genre is described as style combination of post-hardcore, emo, and indie rock to their music, highlighting the experience of losses, life struggles, and melancholic romance in their lyrics writing. The band had shared stages with bands like Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, Tiny Moving Part, and Have Mercy.

Destroy Boys formed in 2015 in Sacramento, California. Bringing the sound of west Coast hardcore into versatile characteristics of early punk Dead Kennedys and Taco. Destroy Boys hit the top ten highest-voted bands during Do the Bay's Play Noise Pop 2018 contest.

The band has released three EPs and two studio albums, with several hit singles as "Methatonin", "Gold Medal", "Crybaby", and "Vixen".

Tickets are available to purchase at the website https://www.mercylounge.com/e/the-story-so-far-159550605155/, starting from $27.00 excluding tax. The show is limited to those aged 18 and above, so valid photo ID is required at the venue.

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