Bowling For Soup Debut Cover of Suicide Machines' “SOMETIMES I DON’T MIND”

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Ahead of their long awaited 25th anniversary celebrations taking place next month, pop-punk favorites Bowling For Soup has debuted a new single, cover of punk rock legends Suicide Machines’ classic song “Sometimes I Don’t Mind.” The track has been given a very special reworking, sounding as much a Bowling For Soup song as some of their biggest hits, and is accompanied by a music video that’s premiered today at AltPress.com.

WATCH THE MUSIC VIDEO FOR “SOMETIMES I DON’T MIND”: https://bit.ly/2QwqWaD 

Commenting on the band’s take on “Sometimes I Don’t Mind,” guitarist/vocalist Jaret Reddick says, “We absolutely LOVE the Suicide Machines. This song came off an album that both the fans, and the band look back on with angst. But BFS wore this album out in the van. And I always thought this song should have been huge. We are doing a cover every month for a year, so I finally got the opportunity to cover it and I am SO happy with how "sometimes I don't mind" turned out! I sent the video to the singer of the band, Jason Navarro and asked what he thought. He said, "It's cute, Let it fly!" I don't think I could have asked for a better endorsement!”

Jaret ReddickChris BurneyGary Wiseman and Rob Felicitti will celebrate Bowling For Soup's twenty five years together with a long weekend of celebrations in Bowling For Soup's home, the great state of Texas. The Bowling For Soup 25th anniversary celebrations kick off on Thursday June 6th with a very special live edition of the wildly successful film podcast, Jaret Goes To The Movies! This edition of the podcast will feature The Last Dragon, and Taimak, the star of The Last Dragon will be in attendance to take part in the podcast. Tickets for this event will include dinner plus attendance to the podcast event. Meet & Greet opportunities with Taimak will also be available separately.

Friday June 7th will see good friends of Bowling For Soup, The Nixons, headline The Lava Cantina, supported by very special guests in the shape of Offended By Everything. The night will be hosted by Bowling For Soup, and there will be a very special after party. Ever wanted to do Bowling For Soup Karaoke, WITH Bowling For Soup themselves? This is your chance!

On Saturday June 8thBowling For Soup will take to the stage themselves at The Lava Cantina, for a night filled with all your favourite Bowling For Soup hits. Their good friends and one of the most impressive young acts in America currently, Not Ur Girlfrenz, will be opening the proceedings.

On Sunday June 98th, the #BFS25 celebrations will conclude with "Brunch With Bowling For Soup", which includes an acoustic performance from Bowling For Soup, a Q&A session and a buffet, taking place again at The Lava Cantina.

Tickets for the event are already flying. For those wanting tickets for the full #BFS25 (or for VIP upgrades for individual shows), get them from Showclix on this link. For tickets for individual days of #BFS25, please visit www.bowlingforsoup.com or check the Bowling For Soup Facebook page for more information.

Following the 25th anniversary celebrations, Bowling For Soup will embark on a huge US co-headlining tour with ska favourites Reel Big Fish. The tour, which takes place in two stints in June, July and August, also features Nerf Herder as openers on part one of the tour, while MEST are onboard as openers for part two. Full details and ticket info is available at www.bowlingforsoup.com.

Follow Bowling For Soup now at www.facebook.com/bowlingforsoup for more information and updates.

BOWLING FOR SOUP TOUR DATES:

W/Reel Big Fish & Nerf Herder

June 19 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Revolution

June 20 - St. Petersburg, FL - Jannus Live

June 21 - Orlando, FL - House of Blues

June 22 - St. Augustine, FL - St. Augustine Backyard Stage

June 23 - Atlanta, GA - Buckhead Theatre

June 25 - Silver Spring, MD - The Fillmore

June 26 - New Haven, CT - College Street Music Hall

June 27 - Poughkeepsie, NY - The Chance Theater

June 28 - Worcester, MA - The Palladium

June 29 - Portland, ME - Aura

W/Reel Big Fish & MEST

July 21 - Seattle, WA - The Showbox

July 22 - Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom

July 24 - Crystal Bay, NV - Crystal Bay Casino/Crown Room

July 25 - Berkeley, CA - The UC Theatre

July 26 - San Diego, CA - House of Blues

July 27 - Las Vegas, NV - Brooklyn Bowl

July 28 - Los Angeles, CA - Mayan Theatre

July 30 - Phoenix, AZ - The Marquee

Aug 1 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Depot

Aug 2 - Ft. Collins, CO - Mishawaka

Aug 3 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre

Rickie McCanna