Smile Empty Soul Return with First New Full-Length of New Material in 5 Years “Oblivion” out May 25 “Stars” Music Video Now Streaming

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Smile Empty Soul Return with First New Full-Length of New Material in 5 Years

“Oblivion” out May 25

“Stars” Music Video Now Streaming

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LA rockers SMILE EMPTY SOUL have dropped a music video for a new track titled “Stars.”

Stream the clip here:

The song appears on the band’s first new full-length of new music in 5 years! The LP ‘Oblivion’ will be released on May 25 (15 years almost to the day after their Gold selling debut).

Digital pre-orders now available on Apple Music:

‘Oblivion’ pre-order bundles are also available at:

SMILE EMPTY SOUL will co-headline the Flawless Smile Tour with Flaw in support of the new record. Dates kick off May 30 in St. Louis, MO. Tickets available here:

Originating out of Los Angeles, CA in the late 1990’s, the band has stayed true to their brand of “no bullshit”, “real as it gets” hard rock to this day.

The band signed a major label record deal in 2003 to release their self-titled debut album in May of that year, going on to achieve massive success at alternative/rock radio, and MTV with 3 hugely successful singles/videos, including “Bottom Of The Bottle.”

SMILE EMPTY SOUL has become known for their constant touring and never wavering, honest sound and lyrics. Now, with their new album “Oblivion” set to release next month, and a calendar full of tour dates, SMILE EMPTY SOUL seem to have established themselves as one of the defining underground rock bands of their generation.

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1. Sides

2. Small Incision

3. The One

4. Dopamine

5. Built Into the Breed

6. Stars

7. My Name

8. Noose

9. Free Oblivion

10. Oblivious

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5/30 Saint Louis MO, Fubar

6/1 Battle Creek MI, The Music Factory

6/2 Flint MI, The Machine Shop

6/4 Rochester NY, Montage Music Hall

6/5 Watertown NY, Exhibition Hall

6/6 Albany NY, Jupiter Hall

6/7 Burlington VT, Higher Ground

6/8 Laconia NH, Whiskey Barrel

6/9 Lawrence MA, Claddaugh

6/10 Providence RI, Fete Music Hall

6/13 Poughkeepsie NY, The Chance

6/14 Amityville NY, Revolution Music Hall

6/15 Clifton NJ, Dingbatz

6/16 Baltimore MD, Fish Head Cantina

6/18 Richmond VA, The Camel

6/19 Wilmington NC, Reel Cafe

6/20 Florence SC, 507 Live

6/22 Chillicothe OH, Feel the Fire Fest 6

6/23 Findlay OH, All American Rock House

6/26 Clarksville TN, O’Connors Irish Pub

6/27 Memphis TN, Hi Tone Cafe

6/28 New Orleans LA, Southport Hall

6/29 Houston TX, Concert Pub North

6/30 Dallas TX, Tree’s


Bernard Cana

Bernard is a photographer based out of Orlando, FL. He started photographing models 5 years ago and felt the need for a change of pace. In July 2016 he was introduced to band photography and immediately found a passion for it. Bernard primarily covered performances at local venues. He joined in October 2016 as a photographer and writer covering both bands on tour and local bands. If you are interested in having Bernard cover your shows you may reach out to him here: E-mail: Facebook: Instagram:

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