PICTURESQUE TO RELEASE ‘MONSTROUS THINGS’ EP ON NOVEMBER 20
Picturesque has announced that they will release their new EP, Monstrous Things, on November 20 via Equal Vision Records and is now premiering “Unannounced” via Alternative Press.
The new EP is comprised of three songs from their self-released, self-titled EP and three brand new songs, all of which were recorded with Erik Ron (Hands Like Houses, Set It Off, I the Mighty) in Los Angeles. The album tracklisting can be found below and pre-orders are available now at equalvision.merchnow.com.
“Monstrous Things is a continuation of the debut self-titled EP we put out independently last December. With the new songs on the EP, I focused the majority of the writing about the end of a six year relationship that left me in a dark place,” reveals vocalist Kyle Hollis. “I just wanted to sleep until I felt better, as if I were physically sick, but I wasn’t even safe when I was asleep. Every dream I had ended the same dismal way. I ended up shutting myself off from the world for about a year and a half. Towards the end of the relationship I started writing letters to my ex because it was the only way I could get her to respond to any form of communication. “Unannounced” might be my favorite song on the EP because this is the last letter I’ll ever write to her. It couldn’t be more fitting that it’s the first new song we release.”
The Lexington, KY-based quintet is led by the truly stunning vocal range and power of Hollis, and supported by an equally impressive musical blend of rock, post-hardcore and pop influences.
Picturesque also recently released a music video for “Speak Softly”, which can be seen now at Youtube.com/equalvision.
To date, Picturesque has shared stages with the likes of Beartooth, SECRETS, and Too Close to Touch. The band will head out on a US tour with Our Last Night this Fall, kicking things off in California on November 11. All upcoming tour dates can be found below.
Picturesque features Kyle Hollis (vocals), Zach Williamson (guitar), Dylan Forrester (guitar), Robert Mote (bass), and Cole Clark (drums).
Our Last Night w/Palisades, Hail The Sun and Picturesque
Nov 11 Orangevale, CA @ The Boardwalk
Nov 13 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
Nov 14 Portland, OR @ Analog Theater (upstairs)
Nov 15 Boise, ID @ The Watercooler
Nov 17 Salt Lake City, UT @ Music Garage
Nov 18 Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
Nov 19 Lawrence, KS @ Jackpot Music Hall
Nov 20 St. Louis, MO @ Firebird
Nov 21 Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
Nov 22 Detroit, MI @ The Shelter
Nov 23 Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues (Cambridge Room)
Nov 24 Toronto, ON @ Opera House
Nov 25 Montreal, QC @ La Tulipe
Nov 26 Ottawa, ON @ Mavericks
Nov 27 Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
Nov 28 New York, NY @ Webster Hall (Marlin Room)
Nov 30 Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
Dec 01 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
Dec 02 Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street
Dec 03 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
Dec 04 Orlando, FL @ Backbooth
Dec 05 Jacksonville, FL @ 1904 Music Hall
Dec 07 Houston, TX @ Walters
Dec 08 Fort Worth, TX @ Tomcats West
Dec 10 Phoenix, AZ @ Joe’s Grotto
Dec 11 San Diego, CA @ Soma Side Stage
Dec 12 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
Dec 14 Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective