New Music and Tour: Goodbye June 'Magic Valley'

Goodbye June announces co-headlining US tour with Badflower 

Goodbye June's debut album Magic Valley out May 5 

New song “Charge Up The Power” released April 28
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Goodbye June on Tour

Apr 29 – Jacksonville, FL @ Welcome to Rockville 

Apr 30 – Fort Myers, FL @ Fort Rock Fest 

May 5 – Nashville, TN @ The Basement East

May 7 - Charlotte, NC @ Carolina Rebellion

May 14 – Somerset, WI @ Northern Invasion

May 15 – Chicago, IL @ Subterranean

May 19 – Columbus, OH @ Rock On The Range

May 20 – Royal Oak, MI (101 WRIF Presents) 

May 25 – Fayetteville, AR @ George’s Majestic Lounge

May 26-28 – Pryor, OK @ Rocklahoma 

May 27 – San Antonio, TX @ River City Rock Festival

May 28 – Austin, TX @ Stubb’s Jr. *

May 29 – Houston, TX @ House of Blues (Bronze Peacock) *

May 30 – Dallas, TX @ House of Blues (Cambridge Room) *

June 3 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues (Voodoo Room) *

June 4 – Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room *

June 5 – West Hollywood, CA @ Troubadour *

June 7 – Santa Cruz, CA @ The Atrium At The Catalyst *

June 8 – Berkeley, CA @ Cornerstone *

June 10 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre Lounge *

June 11 – Seattle, WA @ Tractor Tavern *

June 13 – Boise, ID @ Neurolux *

June 14 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court *

June 16 – Denver, CO @ Globe Hall *

June 17 – Pueblo, CO @ Brues Alehouse Brewing Co. *

June 19 – Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room *

June 20 – Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock *

June 22 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Hi-Fi *

June 23 – Clarksville, TN @ The Warehouse *

June 24 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (Purgatory) *

June 25 – Birmingham, AL @ Workplay Theatre *

* = Co-headline w/ Badflower
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Straight up rock & roll isn’t dead, it’s just returned to the fringes and outskirts where it can find its organic roots all over again. Goodbye June understands all that: cousins who came together to cope with the death of lead guitarist Tyler Baker’s brother. That thrash, slash, churn, burn rages through grief as their catharsis fuels every note they play.
Passion is something there’s no shortage of with Goodbye June. Raised in West Tennessee and Southern Indiana, the cousins made a decision to chase a dream – and proceed no matter the cost. If not reckless, the reality of struggling to get by gives the lacerating, guitar-driven music a grittiness that’s nothing short of broken glass.
Having moved to a pre-gentrified Nashville in 2009, the threesome dug in and started slugging it out. Focusing on writing songs, mastering their instruments and really stripping away the sludgy build-up so many bands think is important, they hit upon the essence of their uniquely aggressive sound.
They played out. They toured incessantly. They placed hard-hitting songs on Madden 17, as well as NFL and ESPN broadcasts. With the EP Danger in the Morning, their focus was strengthened and their indie label Cotton Valley Music found a partner in Interscope.  Goodbye June realized their strength lay in stripping down.
God, girls, guitars. What’s a poor boy to do – as the Stones once barked – but play in a rock & roll band? For Goodbye June, it’s more than that. More than the catharsis of losing close family, the band has figured out how to distill being young and wide open to life – and how to connect to their roots without straining.