Grayscale Drop “Live Again” Video — WATCH + “UMBRA” Out This Friday, 8/27

GRAYSCALE SHARE VIDEO FOR DEEPLY PERSONAL SONG “LIVE AGAIN” — WATCH

BAND TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM UMBRA ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, ON FEARLESS RECORDS

CURRENTLY TOURING ON SAD SUMMER + HEADLINE TOUR TAKES PLACES THIS FALL

Philadelphia alt rock band GRAYSCALE  Collin Walsh [lead vocals], Andrew Kyne [guitar], Nick Ventimiglia [bass], Dallas Molster [guitar], and Nick Veno [drums] — will release their third full-length Umbra on Friday, August 27, via Fearless Records. Get the record, produced by Courtney Ballard (Five Seconds of Summer, Waterparks), here.

Ahead of the album’s anticipated bow, the band has shared the video for “Live Again.”

“This is a super meaningful song to us,” says Walsh. “‘Live Again’ is about my dad getting sick last year and what that chapter was like for him and I. It was a dark time for me.”


Grayscale are currently touring as part of Sad Summer Festival. The band will also appear with All Time Low and The Maine on the Side Summer shows. The band will embark on a headline tour this November and December. It kicks off November in Albany and runs through December 5 in Wilmington, Delaware. Support comes from girlfriends, Cemetery Sun, and Young Culture. All Grayscale dates are below. Get tickets here.

Umbra follows 2019’s Nella Vita and 2017’s debut AdornmentThe album finds the band not reborn but refined and truly coming into their sound.  After racking up 50 million streams and receiving praise from ForbesAlternative PressBillboard, and more, the quintet have opened up themselves and their sound throughout these 11 tracks. For Grayscale, Umbra is the end of the beginning. All previous records served as stepping stones accumulating and shaping the band’s course and leading them down an artistic and aesthetic path to this point. Umbra is more of a feeling than a concept; it is an energy. It is all the things we keep underneath or to ourselves. It is the cold feeling of internal conflict, the bargaining, and the wickedness that exists within a space otherwise covered in light. The sounds don’t necessarily match the stories; the energy doesn’t always match the intent. It’s not about the light or the dark. It’s about the light and the dark. Welcome to the other side. Welcome to Umbra.

LISTEN TO GRAYSCALE:
Dirty Bombs
 “Babylon (Say It To My Face)” 

 SAD SUMMER FESTIVAL:
8/25 — Harrisburg, PA — XL Live*
8/27 — New York, NY — The Rooftop at Pier 17
8/28 — Baltimore, MD — MECU Pavillion
8/31 — Columbus, OH — Express Live Outdoor
9/1 — Cleveland, OH — Agora*
9/3 — Asbury Park, NJ — Stone Pony Summer Stage
9/4 — Worcester, MA — Palladium Outdoors
9/5 — Philadelphia, PA — Skyline Stage @ The Mann
9/7 — Pittsburgh, PA — Stage AE Outdoors
9/10 — Milwaukee, WI — The Rave
9/11 — Pontiac, MI — Crofoot
9/12 — Cincinnati, OH — Icon Music Center*
*SIDE SUMMER WITH ALL TIME LOW + THE MAINE

GRAYSCALE ON TOUR:
FALL 2021 HEADLINE DATES:
WITH GIRLFRIENDS, CEMETERY SUN, + YOUNG CULTURE:

11/3 — Albany, NY — Empire Live
11/4 — Easton, PA — One Centre Square
11/5 — Asbury Park, NJ — The Stone Pony 
11/6 — Richmond, VA — Canal Club 
11/8 — Greensboro, NC — The Blind Tiger 
11/9 — Jacksonville, FL — 1904 Music Hall
11/10 — Gainesville, FL — High Dive 
11/12 — Houston, TX — Studio @ Warehouse Live 
11/13 — Dallas, TX — Club Dada
11/15 — Tucson, AZ — 191 Toole
 11/17 — Pomona, CA — The Glass House
11/18 — Santa Cruz, CA — The Catalyst Atrium 
11/19 — Berkeley, CA — Cornerstone Berkeley 
11/20 — Sacramento, CA — Holy Diver
11/22 — Colorado Springs, CO — The Black Sheep
11/23 — Omaha, NE — Slowdown
11/24 — Iowa City, IA — Gabe’s 
11/26 — St. Paul, MN — Amsterdam Bar and Hall 
11/27 — Palatine, IL — Nellie’s 
11/30 — Grand Rapids, MI — Elevation @ The Intersection 
12/3 — Rochester, NY — Montage Music Hall
12/5 — Wilmington, DE — The Queen 

GRAYSCALE ARE:
Collin Walsh — Vocals
Dallas Molster — Guitar
Andrew Kyne — Guitar
Nick Ventimiglia — Bass
Nick Veno — Drums

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