Misser Announce Tour Featuring Support from Diamond Youth and Young Statues

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MISSER, the indie duo comprised of Tim Landers of Boston, MA’s Transit and Brad Wiseman of Walnut Creek, CA This Time Next Year, have only played a handful of one-off shows in the U.S. and the UK since the release of  their debut LP, Every Day I Tell Myself I’m Going To Be A Better Person, but the guys have just announced plans for their first-ever official tour which will kick off on September 14 in Poughkeepsie and wind down on September 22 in Boston.

Supporting MISSER on all of the dates is Diamond Youth and Young Statues.

Every Day I Tell Myself I’m Going To Be A Better Person was recorded in February 2012 at Danvers, MA’s Maximum Sound Studios and was co-produced by Gary Cioffi (Four Year Strong, Transit) and MISSER. The LP is the follow-up to the band’s 2011 3-song debut EP, Problems. Problems. Problems.  

Stream the album here.

Tour Dates:

Sept 14- Poughkeepsie, NY – The Loft

Sept. 15- Garden City, NY- Ethical Humanist Society

Sept 16- Asbury Park, NJ- Asbury Lanes

Sept 17- Richmond, VA- Camel

Sept 18- Baltimore, MD- Ottobar

Sept 20- Hamden, CT- The Space

Sept 21- Philadelphia, PA- The Barbary

Sept 22- Boston, NA- Middle East


Emily is an over-enthusiastic lover of music, books, movies, fashion, and culture in general. Her love of music spans across all genres (what is a genre anymore? she waxes poetic to herself), though she was nursed on true punk and will never understand “redneck country” music – tractors are not and cannot be sexy. Emily currently lives in Brooklyn, NY and considers herself to be a great wit, though she is still waiting on validation from a credible source.

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