Cute is What We Aim For has been added to the We The Kings 10-year anniversary tour. All of the dates and ticketing information can be found here.
Cute Is What We Aim For will be heading out on a ten-year anniversary tour for The Same Old Blood Rush With A New Touch. All of the dates can be found above and no support acts have been announced as of yet.
Around Toledo, everyone complains how there isn’t much to do. Except for when bands suddenly roll in out of nowhere. When Cute Is What We Aim For announced they were coming to Toledo, it was like my inner middle school self exploded. They didn’t disappoint either. With a 15 song Continue Reading
The supporting acts for You Me At Six’s first headlining North American tour have been announced. The main support slot will be shared between Cute Is What We Aim For from September 27th – October 11th and Tonight Alive from October 13th – 20th. Other support for the tour will come from Conditions and Dinosaur Pile Up. North American Tour Dates: W/ Cute Is Continue Reading
Cute Is What We Aim For will be hitting the road with The Dangerous Summer. Dates can be seen above.
Buffalo’s Cute Is What We Aim For are back, and they will be premiering two demos over at AltPress.com. They are currently on tour with Allstar Weekend.
Allstar Weekend has announced winter tour dates with Cute Is What We Aim For, Tiffany Alvord, and Beneath The Sun. The tour dates can be seen below. Tour Dates: Jan 19 House of Blues Anaheim, CA Jan 26 Marquis Theatre Denver, CO Jan 28 House of Blues – Cambridge Room Continue Reading
On October 19th, 2010 To Write Love On Her Arms will be holding a showcase. Bands that will be playing are: Cute Is What We Aim For, The Bigger Lights, The Narrative, Loomis And The Lust, Jackson Wetherbee Band, and Cyndi Harvell. If you live in the New York area be Continue Reading
Fearless Records has announced that they will be releasing a third Punk Goes Pop volume. 1. Breathe Carolina – “Down” (originally by Jay Sean ft. Lil Wayne) 2. Woe, Is Me – “Hot ‘N Cold” (originally by Katy Perry) 3. Artist Vs. Poet – “Bad Romance” (originally by Lady Gaga) Continue Reading