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Taking Back Sunday teaming up with The Used for spring tour

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Long Island’s Taking Back Sunday and hard-rockers The Used have announced on January 28 that they will be teaming up for a month-and-a-half long tour this spring.

The tour will start on March 14 in Dallas Texas before crossing the country and ending in Orlando, Florida on April 27. On April 15 and 16, the tour will make a stop at the Best Buy Theater in New York.

Taking Back Sunday is set to release their new album, ‘Happiness Is,’ on March 18. ‘Happiness Is’ is the follow-up to their 2011 self-titled album. This will be the second album the band has released together since reforming with their groundbreaking ‘Tell All Your Friends’ line-up. The band released a video for the first single, “Flicker, Fade,” on January 28.

The Used will be releasing their sixth album, ‘Imaginary Enemy,’ out on April 1. This will be the second full length album the band has released on their Anger Music Group label, following the release of ‘Vulnerable’ in 2012. On January 27, the band released the video for the album’s first single, “Cry.”

Joining The Used and Taking Back Sunday on tour will be Tonight Alive and Sleepwave.

Tickets for the tour go on presale today at 2 PM local time. A presale bundle, which includes tickets plus a pre-order of one of the band’s albums, will be available at 2 PM eastern standard time. Official on-sale for the tour begins at 10 AM local time on January 31.

Taking Back Sunday’s ‘Happiness Is’ will be out March 18. You can watch the video for “Flicker, Fade” here. The Used’s ‘Imaginary Enemy’ comes out on April 1. Check out the video for “Cry” here. For more information about the tour, visit or


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