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CITY OF THE WEAK Release Incubus 'PARDON ME' Cover Video




City Of The Weak has just released the new video for their cover of the Incubus song “Pardon Me”. The video can be viewed at the following location:


The band is gearing up for the Turn It To 11 co-headline tour with Echo Black starting on April 7th in Fayetteville, NC and wrapping up May 5th in Norfolk, VA. The band is also scheduled to play Rocklahoma in Pryor, OK on May 25th.

From Minneapolis, MN, City Of The Weak haven’t slowed down since forming in 2012. The band has toured the United States relentlessly and are on track to play their 400th show in 2018. After being featured on EMG TV, spending 13 weeks on the Loudwire countdown, and receiving over 1.3 million views on their first six music videos, City of the Weak have proven to be one of the hardest working bands in America.

City of the Weak captures a modern rock 'n roll sound that is so perfectly defined, combining catchy pop melodies with aggressive guitar riffs and moving bass lines to create a genre of their own. They are best known for their intensity and passion on stage, as well as their fearless personalities off the stage. Their first full-length album will be available in June 2018.

Tour Dates:
Saturday, 3-24-18 in Rochester, MN at North Star Bar

Saturday, 4-07-18 in Fayetteville, NC at The Drunken Horse
Monday, 4-09-18 in Tampa, FL at The Blue Note
Tuesday, 4-10-18 in Orlando, FL at The Haven Lounge
Wednesday, 4-11-18 in Cape Coral, Fl at Rack 'Em Spirits & Times
Friday, 4-13-18 in Somerville, TX at Carts, Bikers & Babes Rally
Saturday, 4-14-18 in Abilene, TX at The Zone
Sunday, 4-15-18 in Corpus Christi, TX at Boozer's Rock Bar
Monday, 4-16-18 in Fort Worth, TX at The Rail Club
Tuesday, 4-17-18 in Norman, OK at Red Brick Bar
Wednesday, 4-18-18 in Fort Smith, AR at Hero's
Thursday, 4-19-18 in Merriam, KS at Aftershock
Friday, 4-20-18 in Sioux Falls, SD at The Phoenix Lounge
Saturday, 4-21-18 in Algona, IA at Lifers
Tuesday, 4-24-18 in Grayson, KY at Bayso's Sports Pub
Wednesday, 4-25-18 in Arlington Heights, IL at Home Bar
Thursday, 4-26-18 in Fort Atkinson, WI at Hijynx
Friday, 4-27-18 in Battle Creek, MI at The Music Factory (W/ Super Bob)
Saturday, 4-28-18 in Williamsport, PA at Ground Floor 2.0
Sunday, 4-29-18 in Dayton, OH at Therapy Cafe
Monday, 4-30-18 in Buffalo, NY at Mohawk Place
Tuesday, 5-01-18 in Worcester, MA at The Raven
Wednesday, 5-02-18 in Asbury Park, NJ at Asbury Park Music Foundation
Thursday, 5-03-18 in Philadelphia, PA at Voltage Lounge
Friday, 5-04-18 in NYC, NY at The Knitting Factory
Saturday, 5-05-18 in Norfolk, VA at 37th & Zen

Additional Dates:
Friday, 5-18-18 in Chippewa Falls, WI at Every Buddy's Bar
Thursday, 5-25-18 in Pryor, Ok at Rocklahoma

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