Philadelphia will get a taste of Typerfighter‘s pop rock with raw emotion on November 6th.  They starts their six-day tour from Cincinnati to Boston on November 3rd, and I think it is safe to say that they will provoke some dancing along the way.  In April of this year, Typefighter released their album, “The End of Everything,” a batch of songs that “creates melodic sense out of emotional chaos.”  Read more in the press release and stream the album below:

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Watch the Music Video for “You When You’re Older” Here: 

Purchase “The End of Everything” on iTunes here:


Official Press Release:


Washington D.C. – Following the success of their debut LP, “The End of Everything,” garage pop quartet,Typefighter, have announced a string of upcoming tour dates with Toronto’s resident punk rockers, PUP. Typefighter garnered widespread attention from the likes of Brooklyn Vegan and USA Today with their Spring 2014 debut full-length, an arresting rock and roll record filled with pounding rhythms, roaring guitars and an energy that can only be matched by the band’s live show.  For additional information, please visit:

To record “The End of Everything,” the band decamped from its H Street practice space and took to a remote cabin in Vermont, determined to hone in on the raw core of their songcraft with veteran producer John Thayer (Exit Clov, Drunken Sufis).

During the sessions, Typefighter singer/guitarist Ryan McLaughlin was reeling from the loss of two close friends in quick succession: one a former bandmate, the other a co-founder of the pie truck run by McLaughlin during Washington’s white-collar lunch hours. The solitude of Vermont helped McLaughlin immerse himself in The End of Everything’s turbulent emotional waters.

For all its snazzy melodies and thundering drumming, “The End of Everything” isn’t a record about teenage dreams and rock and roll excess. It’s a record built from the hard realities of adulthood, accentuated by a sonic adventurousness cultivated by guitaristThomas Orgren as an engineer at DC’s legendary Inner Ear Studios and driven along by the forceful rhythm section of drummerWill Waikart and bassist John Scoops. Typefighter has forged an album that makes melodic sense out of emotional chaos.

After sharing the stage with bands including The So So GlosWe Were Promised JetpacksGiversHere We Go Magic and more, Typefighter is excited to take their show on the road with PUP.

Upcoming Tour Dates w/ PUP:

11/03 – Cincinnati, OH @ MOTR Pub

11/04 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Brillobox

11/05 – Washington D.C. @ DC9

11/06 – Philadelphia, NY @ The Barbary

11/07 – New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge

11/08 – Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall


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