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New single. Authorised link via band

https://rhino.lnk.to/FareTheeWell

Via official facebook page.

Hi everyone, We’d like to tell you about our new record, Perdida. It will arrive on February 7th. It’s a collection of 10 songs with an acoustic foundation. The kind of record we’ve been wanting to make for years. We are thrilled to share it with all of you and we will be setting out on tour in February playing several songs from the new record along with many other songs from our catalog. We look forward to seeing all of you and as always... we love you. See you soon. Listen to “Fare Thee Well,” the first single from Perdida at https://rhino.lnk.to/FareTheeWell‬ Pre-order Perdida on https://stonetemplepilots.com starting today and check out limited edition merch bundles, including autographed lithographs while supplies last. Pre-orders through Thu, 12/5 gain exclusive pre-sale access to the Perdida Tour before the general on-sale on 12/6. Tour Dates: 2/5 : Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom 2/7: Snoqualmie, WA - Snoqualmie Casino 2/8 : Boise, ID - Knitting Factory 2/9: Portland, OR - Roseland Theater 2/12: San Francisco, CA - Herbst Theatre 2/13: Beverly Hills, CA - Saban Theatre 2/15: Denver, CO - Fillmore Auditorium 2/17: Kansas City, MO - Uptown Theater 2/19: Milwaukee, WI - Turner Hall Ballroom 2/21: Detroit, MI - The Fillmore 2/22 Covington, KY - Madison Theatre 2/25 New York, NY - Gramercy Theatre 2/27 Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall 2/29 Atlantic City, NJ - Tropicana 3/1 Boston, MA – Wilbur Theatre #stonetemplepilots

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Man, I just can't do it.

I admit the guy is a talented singer and this song is pretty good but the way he essentially imitates Scott on stage kills me.

They announced a show at a venue I dig out here for this tour and I just couldn't bring myself to buy tickets. I love the brothers and Kretz but seeing them without Scott doesn't work for me.

I was thrilled to see Joe Perry's album release show last year with both the brothers in the band because I was super stoked to see them again but outside of "STP".

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I was a big fan of STP.  Core was one of the best of the 90's.  I was a big fan of Velvet Revolver also.  I saw both of those bands with Scott twice each.

Then, a friend of mine scored tickets to see AIC, Bush, The Cult, and STP last Summer.  Sorry, but the new STP singer tries to hard to be a copy of Scott.  At least the AIC new singer kinda does his "thing" and plays guitar.  Not a fan of new STP singer.  It was like watching a tribute STP band.

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4 hours ago, BadApples87 said:

I was a big fan of STP.  Core was one of the best of the 90's.  I was a big fan of Velvet Revolver also.  I saw both of those bands with Scott twice each.

Then, a friend of mine scored tickets to see AIC, Bush, The Cult, and STP last Summer.  Sorry, but the new STP singer tries to hard to be a copy of Scott.  At least the AIC new singer kinda does his "thing" and plays guitar.  Not a fan of new STP singer.  It was like watching a tribute STP band.

Yeah he’s even gone through multiple hairstyles since he started which was something Scott always did (and they all look like styles Scott used to have). I feel like the brothers are sort of guiding that ship and telling him these things to sort of sell it as STP even more so. 
 

I saw Scott around 30 times live between VR, STP and solo. He is irreplaceable.

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14 hours ago, Stiff Competition said:

Yeah he’s even gone through multiple hairstyles since he started which was something Scott always did (and they all look like styles Scott used to have). I feel like the brothers are sort of guiding that ship and telling him these things to sort of sell it as STP even more so. 
 

I saw Scott around 30 times live between VR, STP and solo. He is irreplaceable.

30 times! That's impressive. I agree Scott is very much irreplaceable. He was in VR and definitely is in STP. 

I saw STP at a Festival last year. Jeff Gutt was an impressive frontman but very much a Scott clone. He was very interactive with fans. I feel for him a bit. I think they'd win over fans with some kind of Scott tribute at shows. Nothing too much but maybe mention his name and dedicate a song to him. That's up to the DeLeo brothers to do that. 

To be fair to Jeff he was the only one on stage showing some energy. The brothers were dull as dishwater. 

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