Photos: Say Anything, Eisley, HRVRD, Northern Faces, and I the Mighty Prepare for Tour

The Say Anything Rarities and More tour is officially underway. The tour, which features an all Equal Vision Records lineup of Say Anything, Eisley, HRVRD, Northern Faces (June 6 – June 22) and I the Mighty (June 23-July 12) kicked off this past Thursday in Dallas, Texas, and will continue on through the summer, wrapping up in Los Angeles on July 12.

Each of the bands on the tour have been revving up and getting ready for the five-week, full U.S. run in their own unique ways–and RevolverMag.com has the exclusive, all-access look at their individual tour preparations.

Whether it was playing shows to make their way from Albany, New York, to Dallas, Texas (Northern Faces), practicing daily and preparing for the June 11 release of their debut full-length album, Satori (I the Mighty), getting stranded in Asheville, North Carolina, with a broken down van and having to buy a new one days before the start of tour (HRVRD), practicing in their home-built studio where they recorded their recently released, self-produced album, Currents (Eisley), reuniting with members from across the states to learn the band’s rarest, earliest written songs off of All my Friends Are Enemies: Early Rarities and More (Say Anything) or–last but certainly not least–getting in some final hometown cuddles with their newborn baby at home in Tyler, Texas (Say Anything and Eisley), each band completed, overcame, enjoyed and/or accomplished each of their unique obstacles and goals just in time for the start of tour.

Check out the photo gallery below to get a behind-the-scenes look into the lives of each of each band on the Say Anything Rarities and More Tour bill, preparing for their summer on the road! More information and tickets for the tour are available at SayAnythingMusic.com/Tour.

 

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