Bayside Debut "Mary" Video; U.S. Spring Co-Headline with Say Anything

Bayside Debut "Mary" Video; U.S. Spring Co-Headline with Say Anything



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Jan. 26, 2017, LOS ANGELES –Bayside, who embark on a co-headlining tour with Say Anything this Spring, debut the video for “Mary” (, the third clip to come from the band’s latest album, Vacancy.

The video finds the band as a narrative backdrop for the story of “Mary,” a young girl with dreams that belie her current station in life. The four-minute clip was directed by Jeremi Mattern (Danger Films) and filmed in Lubbock, Texas. Alternative Press said the wistful track was “worthy of filling any arena.”

Bayside forthcoming tour, with support from Reggie and the Full Effect (April 17 through May 14) and Hot Rod Circuit (May 16 through May 27), kicks off on April 17 in Houston. The six-week outing, which finds the New York-by-way-of-Nashville band joined by friends Say Anything for one of the genre’s most anticipated tours of the year.  “I’ve been a big Say Anything fan for a long time,” said Bayside vocalist and guitarist, Anthony Raneri. “It’s always a special treat to be able to watch a great band that I’m genuinely a fan of every night when we’re on the road. Our goal with touring packages these days is to try and tour with bands that we think our fans either will or already do love. We’re always paying attention to what other bands our fans like and what band’s shirts we see at the shows. Say Anything is definitely one band that we’ve known for a long time that our fans would love to see us with”



Bayside & Say Anything Spring tour dates:

April 17  Houston, TX  White Oak

April 18  Dallas, TX  Gas Monkey Live!

April 19  Austin, TX  Emo’s

April 21  Tempe, AZ  The Marquee

April 22  San Diego, CA  House of Blues

April 23  Santa Ana, CA  The Observatory

April 24  Las Vegas, NV  Vinyl @ The Hard Rock Hotel

April 25  Los Angeles, CA  The Belasco Theater

April 26  San Francisco, CA  The Fillmore

April 28  Portland, OR  Revolution Hall

April 29  Seattle, WA  Showbox

May 1  Salt Lake City, UT  The Complex

May 2  Denver, CO  Summit Music Hall

May 4  Omaha, NE  Slowdown

May 5  Chicago, IL  Concord Music Hall

May 6  Cincinnati, OH  Bogart’s

May 7  Pontiac, MI  The Crofoot

May 9  Cleveland, OH  House of Blues

May 10  Buffalo, NY  Town Ballroom

May 12  Worcester, MA  Palladium

May 13  Sayreville, NJ  Starland Ballroom

May 14  Philadelphia, PA  Electric Factory

May 16  New York, NY  Playstation

May 17  Baltimore, MD  Soundstage

May 19  Richmond, VA  The National

May 20  Carrboro, NC  Cat’s Cradle

May 21  Charleston, SC  Music Farm

May 23  Jacksonville, FL  Mavericks

May 24  Ft. Lauderdale, FL  Revolution

May 25  Orlando, FL  House of Blues

May 26  Atlanta, GA  Masquerade

May 27  Nashville, TN  Cannery Ballroom

VIP meet and greet packages are available via while general tickets are available via


Vacancy (Spotify:; iTunes: was produced by Tim O’Heir (Sebadoh, Hedwig And The Angry Inch) and recorded during Raneri’s time at a Nashville hotel following the dissolution of his marriage. “I wanted this record to be more about what’s happening to me as opposed to having it be all about a disintegrating relationship,” explained Raneri when discussing the themes behind the 11-song release. Alternative Press said of the album, “the band have fully embraced their theatrical side, creating rock music worthy of filling any arena”, while Magnet described Vacancy as “hook-heavy” and “giant-riffed.”

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