Dugout Reveal Details Of New Album, Where There Used To Be Meaning

Dugout is a four piece pop-punk band from Lansdale, PA established in May of 2011. Since their inception, they have released a five song album titled Gimme Tha Loot in 2011, a seven song album titled On Our Own in 2012 and a single titled Sudden Death In Pennsylvania which has been featured on several compilation albums.

The band signed with Painted Ox Records in January of 2013 and has plans to release an acoustic EP as well as a follow up album to On Our Own. The follow up album is due out March 21 2014 and will be called Where There Used To Be Meaning. In the summer of 2013 they finished up a national tour with the band Fairgrounds and they are in the process of scheduling an east coast tour for Spring 2014.

Dugout’s new album Where There Used To Be Meaning is set for release on March 21 2014 via Painted Ox Records. They have recently released a teaser video for their new release running on the Painted Ox Records YouTube channel (which you can watch below).

Where There Used To Be Meaning is the fourth release from Dugout and their first via Painted Ox Records. The album will be made available worldwide on iTunes, AmazonMP3, Spotify and many other online stores.

You can catch Dugout live on the following dates:
21 March Lansdale PA
22 March Washington, DC
23 March Richmond VA
24 March Virginia Beach VA
25 March Myrtle Beach SC
26 March Charleston SC
27 March Jacksonville FL
28 March Daytona Beach FL
29 March Orlando FL
30 March Miami FL
31 March Tampa FL
1 April Gainesville FL
2 April Tallahassee FL
3 April Panama City FL
4 April Augusta GA
5 April Winston Salem NC
6 April Baltimore MD


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