Letlive.'s new single, Renegade '86, is taken from their third album, Fake History, which was initially released in April 2010 on Tragic Hero but was re-released on Epitaph in April 2011 with an additional three tracks. Letlive. will be performing in the UK on the Kerrang! Tour in February 2012.
The current line up of letlive. is: Jason Aalon Butler (vocals); Ryan Jay Johnson (bass); Jean Nascimento (guitar); Anthony Rivera (drums) and Jeff Sahyoun (guitar). The Los Angeles based band formed in 2002 and since then have released three albums: Exhaustion, Saltwater, and Everything in Between in 2004; Speak Like You Talk in 2005 and the aforementioned Fake History.
In 2011, the band performed at the festivals Download and Reading and Leeds to critical acclaim. They have also toured the US and Europe. Renegade '86, a favourite at letlive.'s live shows, has since been added to BBC Radio 1's In New Music We Trust playlist.
As part of the Kerrang! Relentless Energy Drink Tour, letlive. will be touring the UK with New Found Glory and Sum 41 in February 2012. The full list of dates is as follows:
04 Dublin Academy
05 Dublin Academy
07 Southampton Guildhall
08 Norwich UEA
10 Bristol O2 Academy
11 Cardiff Uni Great Hall
12 Newcastle O2 Academy
13 Glasgow O2 ABC
15 Manchester Academy
16 Birmingham O2 Academy
17 London Roundhouse
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