Audacity Completes North American Tour in Support of Newest Album Release

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This past fall was huge for the quartet, Audacity.

The group, who has been together for over nine years and since freshman year of high school, released a few singles off their new album 'Butter Knife', which was released in late October, and they went out on the road alongside Mean Jeans for their North American tour, hitting the east and west coasts, and everywhere in between.

Audacity, who got their start in a garage, has left the garage, but stuck with the same sound and spirit of their original music. In their history of music making, the band has released two LP's, a load of EP's and has toured around the country performing high-energy shows in cities across the states. Their single "Couldn't Hold a Candle" off their newest album has gained a lot of listeners and tons of fans loved the song while they performed it on tour.

The track was their first off the album and one of the catchiest too, with a "vintage garage rock and pop-punk sound that stays true to the band's musical style".

The new album, which features 13 new tracks, is still a garage rock record, even though the band is showing a more broad range of influences in some of their newer music.

This fall, they set out on a North American tour with other rock bands Mean Jeans and Hunters.

The bands made stops in major cities including San Diego, Austin, New Orleans, Atlanta, Nashville, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Chicago, Brooklyn, Toronto - among many others, with raucous and fun live performances.

For more information on upcoming releases and tour date announcements from Audacity in 2014, be sure to visit their website at!