The Young Veins have a short interview with LXTV:
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Here are three bonus tracks from The Young Veins’ album Take a Vacation! – “When You Walk in The Room,” “Funnel of Love,” and “Security.”
After you’ve done that, scroll down to discover the answers and see who the mystery kids grew up to be.
1. Child #1 is Robert Schwartzman, frontman of Rooney:
2. Child #2 is Jeff Conrad, drummer of Phantom Planet:
3. Child #3 is Sherri Dupree of Eisley:
4. Child #4 is Pierre Bouvier of Simple Plan:
5. Child #5 is Taylor Locke of Rooney and The Roughs:
6. Child #6 is Sam Farrar, bassist of Phantom Planet:
7. Person #7 is Gene Simmons of KISS:
8 and 9. Children #8 and #9 are Weston and Stacy Dupree of Eisley:
10. Child #10 is Tennessee Thomas, drummer of The Like:
11. Child #11 is Ryan Ross of The Young Veins:
Here is the official music video for “Change” by The Young Veins:
Rooney and The Young Veins (and Black Gold) play tomorrow (6/19/2010) at LA’s Henry Fonda Theatre.
Here’s the second installment of Rooney’s acoustic videos (more Twitter followers = more videos):
Here’s a song (and great photo slide show) from the new The Young Veins album, called “Cape Town”:
Memorial Day (Monday May 31, 2010), The Young Veins and The Like played at The Echo in LA (Night 4 of 4 of The Like’s May residency).
Har Mar Superstar, Alex Greenwald, and Morgan Nagler of The Whispertown 2000 were in attendance. Why were these shows at the Echo free? They definitely should not have been free, in After The Show’s opinion.
The Like appear in the latest issue of Teen Vogue (see photo below), and started their US tour last night. They play in NY on June 8th.
After The Show recorded “Change” by The Young Veins and “Catch Me If You Can” by The Like from the Echo:
For the last song of The Young Veins’ set, Z Berg of The Like sang a duet with Ryan Ross:
If you pre-order the upcoming album by The Young Veins, you can meet them on June 8th at Origami Vinyl’s in-store.
The Young Veins are also playing tonight at the Echo.
Click here for more information about The Young Veins’ in-store on June 8th.
On Sunday May 23, The Like headlined the Silverlake Jubilee Festival.
The band played songs from their new album Release Me, out June 15. Ryan Ross and Taylor Locke were spotted watching The Like’s set. Photos and videos from the show:
For the third night of The Like’s Monday night May residency at the Echo, they played songs like “Release Me,” “Fair Game,” He’s Not A Boy,” “In The End,” “Shhh,” “Catch Me If You Can,” and “Narcissus In A Red Dress.”
Sadly, they did not play “I Can See It In Your Eyes” either at the Silverlake Jubilee or at the Echo the next night. Alex Greenwald sat by the side of the stage at the Echo show, and Taylor Locke watched the show from the audience.
After The Show recorded the song “In The End” from the Echo show: