Published Aug 03, 2011Not making it out to this year's Warped Tour? Don't sweat it -- you can still get your pop punk fix courtesy of Aurora, ON's Brighter Brightest. The group, now based out of Toronto, are getting ready to tour the country in support of their debut full-length, Right for Me, due out August 9 via Black Box/MapleMusic.
The disc was produced in New Jersey by Machine, who has also worked with bands like Protest the Hero, Gym Class Heroes and Cobra Starship. The recording process was captured by MuchMusic, who will feature the band as part of the new series Discovered, due to premiere August 16.
"I feel we really got the album we wanted to make," singer Derek Hoffman said in the press release, adding, "We are ready to get on tour and show kids everywhere the music we love to make."
The tour includes a number of Ontario dates, plus a show in Montreal and some Western Canadian gigs. See the schedule below.
Also, check out the video for the new single "Everyday," which is embedded at the bottom of this page.
8/9 Cambridge, ON - The 515 Concert Club *
8/10 Hamilton, ON - The Casbah *
8/11 London, ON - London Music Hall *
8/12 Newmarket, ON - The Jam Spot *
8/13 Montreal, QC - Underworld *
8/14 Ottawa, ON - Cafe Dekuf *
8/16 Toronto, ON - Sneaky Dee's *
8/18 Thunder Bay, ON - Black Pirate's Pub *
8/19 Winnipeg, MB - The Park Theatre *
8/21 Saskatoon, SK - Le Relais *
8/23 Edmonton, AB - Avenue Theatre *
8/25 Calgary, AB - Albert Park Community Centre *
8/27 Vancouver, BC - Tom Lee Music Hall *
9/3 Kenora, ON - Best Western Lakeside *
* with Take Me to the Pilot