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“This is the biggest 1+1=3 tours we’ve been a part of,” the front man of seasoned pop-punk outfit Yellowcard said.
However nostalgic the music of these two bands may be, this is no nostalgia tour.Both groups have continued to make music — Yellowcard’s latest, was released last year — and the tunes of pop punk’s past have consistently held up.Just walk into any bar’s “Emo Night” and you’re bound to hear “Ocean Avenue,” Yellowcard’s triumphant and optimistic 2003 breakthrough off of the album of the same name, also boasting the well-known hit “Only One.” Too good to be left alone, the LP was revisited in 2013 for an acoustic re-working celebrating its 10-year anniversary., I think we maybe had too much confidence thinking we were going to be the biggest band in the world,” Key said on the phone from his home in Nashville.“I think once we kind of came back to center we really understood.We were able to hone in on our talents and our abilities that would carry us the farthest.” That re-balancing came during a two-year hiatus, which began in 2008.
A new decade of Yellowcard came with the band’s same chipper violin and crunchy power chord-driven instrumentals and Key’s sweeping lyrics.Getting a “second chance” on the Yellowcard roller coaster has never escaped Key, but he also knew there were other avenues to explore when it came to his career. Submitted through the band’s website, Swedish band Like Torches reached out in hopes Yellowcard would make the trip overseas to write with them. After spending the week in Stockholm writing with the young group, Key offered to produce their debut in Los Angeles along with Yellowcard guitarist Ryan Mendez.Fast forward four years and Key would be spending early 2015 back in Sweden producing the new Like Torches album — by himself — igniting a musical passion that extended beyond the instruments and the stage.“I had to put on my big boy pants and said I had to do this on my own,” Key said of producing without Mendez, who’s “more of a knob turner” than he.“It was a big step forward as far as confidence goes for me.” Come August, the venture that began through a simple email was compelling enough for Key to launch a Kickstarter campaign to fund his own personal studios in Nashville, Lone Tree Recordings.Not only was the ,000 goal met, but it was overfunded by over ,000.