Streetlight Manifesto, which hails from the Garden State, most recently released fifth studio long-player, The Hands That Thieve, through Pentimento and Victory Records. The album, which dropped in April 2013, debuted at No. 95 on the Billboard 200 and was anchored by lead single “The Three of Us.” The oft pushed-back 10-track collection marks the band’s last release on Victory Records following numerous conflicts and legal disputes.
99 Songs of Revolution: Vol. 1, Streetlight Manifesto’s fourth full-length, was released via Victory Records in March 2010. The cover album, which debuted at No. 140 on the Billboard 200, features two tracks written by singer-songwriter Paul Simon, “Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard” and “Red Rubber Ball.”
Third LP, Somewhere in the Between, will celebrate its 10th anniversary later this year. Released through Victory Records in November 2007, the album includes the tracks “We Will Fall Together” and “Would You Be Impressed?” Somewhere in Between reached No. 154 on the Billboard 200.
In 2004, frontman Tomas Kalnoky made the decision that Streetlight Manifesto would re-record his former band Catch 22’s album Keasbey Nights. The Streetlight Manifesto version, which includes musical and lyrical changes, was released on Victory Records in March 2006.
The ensemble released their critically acclaimed debut album, Everything Goes Numb, via Victory Records in August 2003.
Tickets ($20 in advance, $25 day of show) are available here at AXS.com. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the all ages show. Rams Head Live is located at 20 Market Place in the Power Plant Live! District of downtown Baltimore, Maryland. For more information, visit Streetlight Manifesto’s website and Rams Head Live’s website.