The Flatliners On Tour In Canada

Punk rock used to be about haggard road warriors. The Flatliners have had their share of breakdowns, flat irons, busted transmissions and collect calls home. But during it all always believing it was all more than worthwhile. After seven years of playing together, they released their third full-length "Cavalcade" (Drive Records/Fat Wreck Chords) in 2010, and now more recently supporting their August 2011 release of their 7inch "Count Your Bruises" from Fat Wreck Chords, along with two previously unreleased tracks from the "Cavalcade" studio sessions.
Over the last four years, The Flatliners have spent almost thirty months in vans, dive bars, and concert halls across North America, Europe, and Japan, building up a dedicated following with a sound that mixes the endless fury of ‘90s skate punk with the nuanced, intelligent songwriting of classic post-punks like the Replacements and Hot Water Music. After releasing the ska-punk tinged Destroy to Create (Union Label Group) in 2005, the band evolved into a harsh melodic machine with 2007’s "The Great Awake" (Fat Wreck Chords/Union 2112), and completing their transition into a vital modern punk/rock unit with their Cynics 7inch (Fat Wreck Chords) in late 2009.

The band’s new 7inch "Count Your Bruises" reinforces the growing sentiment The Flatliners have arrived, and are one of the most promising touring acts from Canada now performing to audiences around the world.
They’ve grown up and in front of a crowd of like-minded punks, and they’ve made the sacrifices to keep the wheels of their van on the road, and doing what they do is the ultimate reward.
Don’t miss your chance to see The Flatliners live with Living With Lions, Broadway Calls and The Arteries this Fall!

10.11: Hamilton, ON @ The Casbah
10.12: London, ON @ Call The Office
10.13: Toronto, ON @ The Mod Club
10.14: Montreal, QC @ Underworld
10.15: Quebec City, QC @ Le Cercle
10.16: Ottawa, ON @ Maverick's
All Dates w/Living With Lions, Broadway Calls & The Arteries

For more info:
www.theflatliners.com
www.myspace.com/theflatlinerstoronto