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Low Ticket Alert!

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Dallas is gonna sell out this week. San Antonio, you’ve been warned too: http://www.fiveironfrenzy.com/shows/

2016 Texas Shows Announced!

Get all the details on all of our upcoming shows at http://www.fiveironfrenzy.com/shows/

Stanhope, NJ Show (11/19/15) Canceled

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Sorry kids. The Stanhope, NJ show (11/19/15) with Five Iron Frenzy, The Toasters and Survay Says has been canceled. 

Tickets already purchased will be refunded. 

Five Iron Frenzy, Bleach, House of Heroes and My Epic in Jacksonville, FL

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Get your tickets and see Five Iron Frenzy, Bleach, House of Heroes and My Epic now! http://ticketf.ly/1OTNwBr

Three FIF Shows w/The Toasters and Survay Says!

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Tickets on-sale now for New Jersey, NYC, and Boston! Here we come!
All dates w/ The Toasters and Survay Says!

11/19- Stanhope, NJ at Stanhope House:http://ticketf.ly/1HuFauK
11/20- NYC at Santos: http://tktwb.tw/1gO9CuT
11/21- Boston at Middle East: http://bit.ly/1121FIFMideastROC

Alright then, see ya in November!

Orlando & Jacksonville FL Tickets On Sale

We’ve now got two shows in FL this August. Buy your tickets now!

ORLANDO (8/14/15): http://tktwb.tw/1I0SrC6
JACKSONVILLE (8/15/15): http://fiveiron.co/jacksonville

Orlando

Five Iron Frenzy

Friday, Aug 14, 2015 7:00 PM Doors
BACKBOOTH, Orlando, FL

Tix: http://tktwb.tw/1I0SrC6

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Murray Hill Theatre 20th Anniversary Celebration
Five Iron Frenzy with Bleach, House Of Heroes, My Epic

Sat, August 15, 2015
Doors: 2:00 pm / Show: 3:00 pm (event ends at 11:00 pm)

Murray Hill Theatre
932 Edgewood Ave S
Jacksonville, FL 32205

Tickets: $20.00 – $30.00
Tickets on sale now: http://fiveiron.co/jacksonville

This event is all ages.

STANDING ROOM with limited seating available.

NO LARGE BAGS-NO SMOKING IN VENUE-NO RE-ENTRY.

Chicago & Cleveland Photos

We had a blast with MxPx & Kristopher Row (of the Ataris) in Chicago & Cleveland. Check out some of the amazing photos from the shows taken by friends of ours:

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View the full CHICAGO album on Facebook by Sontag Photography now.

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View the full CLEVELAND album on Facebook by Leslie Plum now.

Song Explanation: “It Was A Dark & Stormy Night”

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This is the ninth of several blog posts explaining the songs we wrote on Engine of A Million Plots. The ninth song on the list is “It Was A Dark & Stormy Night.” You can find the words to the song and Reese’s explanation below. Please leave your thoughts and questions in the comments. And don’t forget the original disclaimer of this series. If one of these songs means something completely different to you than what Reese says, that’s probably the better explanation. 

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Five Iron Frenzy: “It Was A Dark & Stormy Night” 

Full album available for purchase at iTunes and at our online store.

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It Was A Dark And Stormy Night

It was a dark and stormy night last night,
bitter dark.
Rain fell in torrents,
stabbing it’s ghosts through the cold,
and straight through our hearts.

I’ve been waiting,
in halfhearted sleep,
For a promise I half meant to keep.
Just for hoping that hope still flies.
Wipe the sleep out of our sleeping eyes.

Fog that is lifting,
the spectre of dreams we once had,
speaks into the night.
Slumber is over,
sunlight is streaming through
come into the light.

I know,
Hope has not forgotten me.
I know,
I’m waking from the longest dream.

Explanation from Reese Roper:

This was the first song we wrote with the new band. Scott and I emailed back and forth for months, trying to nail down a method for our new songwriting. The new band had to tread lightly on the Christianity, and as I explained in Into Your Veins, to not say something dishonest. I seriously wrote about 18 versions of this, hated them all, and when I got to New York to record it for our Kickstarter- REWROTE THE ENTIRE SONG IN THE CAR, on the way to the studio. My workaround for making a song be about God but keeping it cryptic enough for our Atheist friends, was to capitalize the word Hope. Yeah, that’s right, my mom was an English teacher. Here’s the joke that goes with that: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It_was_a_dark_and_stormy_night

What better way to Kickstart a band, than by writing a song about coming back from a long sleep? That, some really good survival skills, and a couple of spoonfuls of mayonnaise – and yeah, hope really does still fly.

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