RECORD RELEASE SHOW AT THE OBSERVATORY IN SANTA ANA ON FEB 4TH
January 17, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA – Southern California’s beloved goth punk pioneers T.S.O.L. will celebrate their upcoming album, The Trigger Complex, with a very special album release show at The Observatory in Santa Ana on February 4th with support from Dwarves, Sharp/Shock and Rhino 39. The band’s highly anticipated, 11th studio album will be released on January 27th by Rise Records, and is currently available for pre-order now at tsol.merchnow.com.
Stream T.S.O.L.’s new song “I Wanted To See You”
The album release celebration on February 4th will be a two part event, a performance by T.S.O.L. celebrating the release of The Trigger Complex as well as the premiere for the new short-film “Code Blue: A Love Story,” which was written by T.S.O.L. frontman Jack Grisham. Fans in attendance will have the chance to buy The Trigger Complex on limited edition vinyl with a commemorative screen printed alternate album cover that is hand numbered out of 100 just for the event.
About “Code Blue: A Love Story”:
James was the product of a stressed out single mom and a bad attitude. He was also a virgin. Enter Marla, the gossipy coed – for James it was love at first booze-tinged kiss. But as first sexual experiences can go, James’ was fast—and Marla lived up to her reputation as a gossip. However, in the first few moments of James and Marla’s tryst there was also connection – one that James longed for. Alas, Marla’s life comes to an untimely end. And for most young lovers Marla’s death would’ve been the end of the story, but not for our James, who follows Marla to the brink of the grave intent on reigniting that feeling and consummating their love. Based on the T.S.O.L. song, Code Blue. Written by Jack Grisham. Produced by Lisa McGuire, Susan Dynner & Jack Grisham. Directed by Susan Dynner
T.S.O.L. Tour Dates:
Feb 4 – Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
Apr 14 – San Diego, CA – North Park Observatory
Apr 15 – Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues