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Metro Station reunite and announce co-headlining tour with The Ready Set

August 12th, 2014 by Megan Washington

Metro Station

On the heels of today’s announcement of Metro Station’s reunion, The Ready Set and Metro Station have announced a co-headline Fall Tour to kick off on October 21st in Salt Lake City, UT and will wrap on November 22nd in San Diego, CA. The “Outsiders” Tour will also feature support bands The Downtown Fiction and Against The Current.

In April 2010, Metro Station had announced an indefinite breakup, however the combination of time and perspective managed to make the impossible occur by bringing two former musical collaborators and best friends back together. The pair (Trace Cyrus and Mason Musso) have been hanging out ever since, but they chose to keep their reconciliation private instead of flaunting it to the world, at least not until they were both ready to go public, citing miscommunication as the main reason behind the break-up. What was never an issue, however, for Cyrus and Musso was writing hit songs. The band’s 2007 self-titled album-which included tracks like “Seventeen Forever” and “Kelsey” sold more than 500,000 copies and its third single, “Shake It,” was certified platinum, having sold more than 2.7 million copies. The song also reached the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 2008 and the accompanying video has racked up 47 million YouTube views to date. You can check out today’s announcement on Billboard, here:

Now that Musso and Cyrus have reunited, it’s time to get back into the studio and make more Metro Station music. Up first will be a new EP due out this fall, which features the brand new song “Love And War,” a track that blends the group’s signature electro-pop melodies and newfound lyrical depth. Watch the video for “Love And War” here:

The band will also be hitting the road in October with The Ready Set this fall. Not only does the future look bright, but the possibilities are endless for Metro Station. “I really think in the long run, we’re going to look back at the breakup as a blessing from God,” Cyrus says with complete sincerity. “I’m very religious so I feel like God kinda came in, took everything we had away from us and slapped us on the wrist, saying, ‘You need to learn, you need to appreciate what I’m giving you.’ I feel like this is our second chance to make things right and to prove that we enjoy doing this and appreciate it.”

The band will be answering fan questions today, August 12th at 5pm PST/8pm EST on You Now. Head over to the site to hear what’s coming up for Metro Station:

Tour Dates:
w/ The Downtown Fiction, Against The Current
October 21 – Salt Lake City, UT – In The Venue
October 22 – Denver, CO – The Summit Music Hall
October 24 – Burnsville, MN – The Garage
October 25 – Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
October 26 – Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
October 28 – Indianapolis, IN – Deluxe @ Old National Center
October 29 – Detroit, MI – St. Andrews Hall
October 30 – Toronto, Canada – Phoenix Concert Theatre
October 31 – Cleveland Heights, OH – Grog Shop
November 1 – Pittsburgh, PA – Alter Bar
November 3 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
November 4 – New Haven, CT – Toad’s Place
November 6 – New York, NY – The Gramercy Theater
November 7 – Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
November 8 – Philadelphia, PA – District N9NE
November 11 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
November 12 – Lake Buena Vista, FL – House of Blues
November 14 – San Antonio, TX – White Rabbit
November 15 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues – Cambridge Room
November 16 – Houston, TX – House of Blues – Bronze Peacock
November 19 – Phoenix, AZ – Joe’s Grotto
November 20 – Anaheim, CA – House of Blues
November 22 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues

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