Secret Stuff & Sundressed Releasing Split EP on July 29 on Spartan Records

Secret Stuff & Sundressed Releasing Split EP on July 29 on Spartan Records

; Limited Edition 7” Vinyl Now Available For Pre-Order; Bands Touring This Summer with Daisyhead, Northbound, The Other Stars, Casey Bolles

Sundressed’s “Autopilot” Video Premiering on Substream

Sundressed and Secret Stuff will release 4-song split 7-inch via Spartan Records on July 29.

A video for one of the Sundressed tracks (“Autopilot”) is premiering today on Substream Magazine.

The bands will play shows together this summer (along with Daisyhead,Northbound, The Other Stars, and Casey Bolles on various dates.) See dates below.

Pre-orders for the split are now available via Spartan Records. All pre-orders include an instant download of Sundressed’s “Autopilot” and a full high quality of the EP on July 29th. Vinyl will ship in August.

7-Inch Split–Tracklisting:

Secret Stuff – Ew, You Taste Like Cigarettes

Secret Stuff – You Betcha, Pal

Sundressed – Autopilot

Sundressed – Best Of Worst Of (Acoustic)

First pressing limited to 500 copies

• “Arizona” (Aqua Blue / Transparent Bright Yellow Half and Half with Red Splatter on Yellow Half) (200)

• “Tennessee” (Aqua Blue / White Swirl with Red Splatter) (200)

• “Washington” (Cyan Blue in Transparent Yellow / Transparent Green Half and Half) (100)

Full color jacket printed on uncoated stock.

sundressed tour

7/27 – Oklahoma City – First Pastafarian

7/28 – Springfield, MO – FOH Lounge (Outland)

7/29 – St. Louis, MO – Fubar

7/30 –Wichita, KS – House of Tunes

7/31 – Denver, CO – Broken Shovels Farm

8/1 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Loading Dock

8/2 – Boise, ID – Wastelander Studios

8/3 – Tacoma, WA – Real Art

8/5 – Portland, OR – The Anarres

8/6 – Oakland, CA – The Octopus Literary Salon

8/7 – Fresno, CA – Dynamite Vinyl

8/9 – Los Angeles, CA – White Oak Music Hall

8/10 – Fullerton, CA – Programme Skate

8/11 – San Diego, CA – The Merrow

8/12 – Phoenix , AZ – Valley Bar

8/13 – Albuquerque, NM – Duke City Sound

8/14 – Ft. Worth, TX – 1919 Hemphill

8/15 – Austin, TX – Grizzly Hall

8/16 – Houston, TX – Satellite Bar

8/17 – New Orleans, LA – House of Real Rock

8/18 – Orlando, FL – TBA

8/19 – Tampa, FL – TBA

8/20 – Atlanta, GA – WonderRoot

8/21 – Conway, SC – The Beet Farm

8/22 – Baltimore, MD – Triadelphia

8/23 – Philadelphia, PA – Creep Records

8/24 – New York, NY – Studio @ Webster Hall

8/25 – Montclair, NJ – 73 See Gallery

8/26 – Worcester, MA – The Shop

8/27 – Buffalo, NY – Casey’s House

8/28 – Columbus, OH – Donato’s

8/29 – Chicago, IL – Subteranean

8/30 – Des Moines, IA – The Record Mill

8/31 – Lincoln, NE – The SP CE Commons

9/1 – Colorado Springs, CO – Flux Capacitor

In a music industry full of ever-changing digital trends and fads, there’s one thing that still rings true – the indie DIY scene is as alive and well as ever. Friends and fans open up their homes for shows and bands bond together to take their music on the road because making memories with new friends makes the struggle of life on the road feel more like a good time than hard work. This is the case with two bands that are blazing their own trails on opposite sides of the country: Nashville’sSecret Stuff and Phoenix’s Sundressed. This summer, the bands will hit the road together and Spartan Records proud to help commemorate the tour with a split EP that consists of two new songs from each band.

On the heels of their recent EP This Is Fine, Secret Stuff deliver two new additions to what is quickly becoming an impressive repertoire of signature songs. The band effortlessly hearkens the spirit of mid-90’s emo greats like American Football and Mineral while continuing to push the genre forward with a freshness all their own. Each song adds another page to their ever evolving coming of age tale that captures the struggles and triumphs that accompany our formative years.

Recently named by Alternative Press as one of 12 bands to know in 2016,Sundressed walks the thin line between youthful enthusiasm and adult thoughtfulness, energetic punk and quirky indie, and harrowing desperation and uplifting hopefulness. Their two contributions to this EP showcase their endearingly honest melodic punk mixed with shades of indie rock, and massive hooks to spare.

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Secret Stuff & Sundressed Releasing Split EP on July 29 on Spartan Records