Capsize Premiere New Song “Blind”, Reveal Tour With Thousand Below & Dead Lakes

Capsize have premiered a new song titled “Blind.“ The track was produced by Matt Good (From First To Last) and it can be heard below:

In other news, the band have also announced tour with Thousand Below and Dead Lakes. Here’s the dates:

11/30 Murrieta, CA – The MSC Venue
12/01 Camarillo, CA – Rock City
12/02 Fresno, CA – Strummers
12/04 Portland, OR – Post 134
12/05 Seattle, WA – Funhouse @ El Corazon
12/06 Pocatello, ID – The Elks Lodge
12/07 Colorado Springs, CO – Black Sheep
12/08 Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theatrer
12/09 Tempe, AZ – 51 West

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Capsize Premiere “Fragile” Video

Capsize have premiered a new video for their new song “Fragile.“ The track was produced by Matt Good (From First To Last) and vocalist Daniel Wand had the following to about it:

“This song talks about being mentally exhausted and emotionally defeated by something or someone, hitting breaking points, but not being able to let go or give up on it. For me the main sentiment is trying to understand my own gut feelings that generate my own persistence & reflecting on pushing through rough times to continue to chase an idea, no matter if it seems practical or regardless of any outside opinion.”

Ryan Knowles Exits Capsize

Ryan Knowles has revealed that he is leaving Capsize. The guitarist made the following post about that:

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4 years ago today, was one of those most defining days in my life. I was waking up to landing in London on my 19th birthday, to go on tour in Europe with @capsizeband for the first time ever. At that exact moment, I was totally content with how far music had gotten me. Little did I know it would lead into another 4 years of traveling nonstop, and seeing the world with some of my best friends, while making tons of new ones on the way. Today, I'm 23, and while the last 5 years of my life have been so incredible, it's sad to say that it's now time for me to move on from Capsize, and to focus on myself. I'm not giving up making music by any means, and already have some things in the works. I just want to thank the tru cru for being a part in making my dreams come to life. @danielwand @bleedblackx @andrewdrums @jimmy.sandoval I also want to thank all of the other amazing dudes who have cycled through this band for being a part of this as well @andrezrichardo @imbrianjoyce @pig.in.the.city @infinitesunn @jaux_pas Finally, to anyone who ever came to a show, let us crash with you, or traded weed for guestlist spots, I am infinitely grateful. 📽: @theworkofjar

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