Rise Records is honored to announce the signing of Los Angeles based THE JEALOUS SOUND.  This new partnership will commence February 5th, 2013 with the re-release of their latest full length album entitled, A Gentle Reminder. The new deluxe digipak version will include 4 bonus tracks including a brand new song and the 2008 Got Friends EP.  The double vinyl LP version will include those as well as 2 remixes of the song “Got Friends” including one by Jimmy Tamborello of the Postal Service.  A Gentle Reminder was recorded by John “Lou” Lousteau in the Foo Fighter’s 606 Studios and features Nate Mendel (Foo Fighters/Sunny Day Real Estate) on bass.  Listen to a new lyric video for the song “This is Where it Starts” here:  http://youtu.be/K1PSN_mxWSc.

In addition, Rise will be re-releasing their first 2 albums as one deluxe version.  The” s/t EP” and “Kill Them with Kindness” albums will be re-released in the summer of 2013.  Expect a new album in early 2014.

The Jealous Sound will embark on a nationwide tour this February with new favorites Balance and Composure.

Jan 31             Grog Shop     Cleveland Heights, OH
Feb 01            Magic Stick   Detroit, MI
Feb 02            Subterranean           Chicago, IL
Feb 04            Marquis Theatre      Denver, CO
Feb 06            Bottom of the Hill   San Francisco, CA
Feb 07            The Echo       Los Angeles, CA
Feb 08            Chain Reaction        Anaheim, CA
Feb 09            The Nile         Mesa, AZ
Feb 11            Red 7  Austin, TX
Feb 12            Cambridge Room    Dallas, TX
Feb 14            BACKBOOTH           Orlando, FL
Feb 15            The Talent Farm     Pembroke Pines, FL
Feb 16            Phoenix Taproom    Jacksonville, FL
Feb 18            The End         Nashville, TN
Feb 19            Local 506       Chapel Hill, NC
Feb 20            DC9    Washington, DC
Feb 21            Union Transfer        Philadelphia, PA
Feb 22            The Sinclair  Cambridge, MA
Feb 23            The Space      Hamden, CT
Feb 24            Bowery Ballroom    New York, NY


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Brooks Ginnan
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