Since forming in 2009 in Oklahoma City, Red City Radio have proven their punk-rock proficiency, turning in beloved albums (2011’s The Dangers of Standing Still and 2013’s Titles) and winning over fans around with the world with a sweat-soaked, raved-about live show honed by years of touring along acts like Strung Out, New Found Glory, and Anti-Flag.
But the band— Garrett Dale, guitarist Ryan Donovan, drummer Dallas Tidwell and bassist Jonathan “Jojo” Knight—are evolving, both professionally and personally: Red City Radio marks the group’s first album for Staple Records (after years spent with Paper + Plastick)
The new contrast between Dale’s gruff tenor (now the sole lead voice) and an increasingly rock-based musicality gives Red City Radio an innately fascinating dynamic. As such, songs like the power pop-leaning “Two Out Of Three Ain’t Rad” and slow-burning, country-tinged “… I’ll Catch A Ride” showcase the band’s newfound versatility and expand the definition of just what a Red City Radio song can—and should—sound like.
Jon Snodgrass and Garrett Dale to play Colorado shows
Less Than Jake, Red City Radio and more to play The Rebel Riot
Red City Radio (Southern California/Nevada)
Schedule for Awesome Fest X released
Full line up for Awesome Fest X announced
Awesome Fest X line up announced
Red City Radio / Russian Girlfriends (Southwest/West Coast)
New Music for January 1, 2016
Say-10 Records reissuing Red City Radio's 'To the Sons & Daughters of Woody Guthrie' EP
The Lawrence Arms announce "War On Christmas" shows