Music

Hear Future Teens new album Breakup Season a whole week early!

September 6, 2019

"Sharp and incisive”

Stereogum

“With alternating vocals from Amy Hoffman and Daniel Radin, [“Emotional Bachelor”] soundtracks secret sentiments shared with utter vulnerability.”
NPR Music

“[Future Teens] sounds energized if still empathetic, shouldering their sadness while not attempting to power through it. It's why the crew dub themselves ‘bummer pop’ — it's a bummer, yeah, but it's hard to get out of your head.”
MTV


The thing about Future Teens is that they just get you, no matter what you’re going through or where you’re at in your life or relationships. From the self-aware apathy of “Emotional Bachelor” to the windows-down breakup anthem “Frequent Crier” and their relatable ode to modern loneliness “So What,” every song on their upcoming album Breakup Season hits home, and hits hard. That’s probably why the Boston bummer-pop band has decided to share their entire new album a whole week early––maybe you need Breakup Season more than you know. 


Streaming everywhere now, Breakup Season is loaded with impressive juxtapositions between upbeat pop singalongs and gut-wrenching realness. It’s a feat that Future Teens pulls off impeccably; when combined with vocalists Amy Hoffman (they/them) and Daniel Radin’s (he/him) back-and-forth vocal style and literary songwriting approach, plus the dynamic pop rhythm section made up of Maya Mortman (bass) and Colby Blauvelt (drums), it makes for one of the most memorable indie records of the year.




Future Teens is currently on the road alongside labelmates oso oso (whose new album basking in the glow was recently named Pitchfork’s Best New Music) as well as The Sidekicks. Dates have already been selling out left and right for what is undoubtedly one of the best tour packages of the summer, including NYC’s Bowery Ballroom last Friday.

August 30 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade

August 31 – Nashville, TN – The End

September 2 – Austin, TX – Barracuda Inside

September 3 – Dallas, TX – Club Dada

September 5 – Phoenix, AZ – Rebel Lounge

September 6 – San Diego, CA – HoB Voodoo Room

September 7 – Los Angeles, CA – The Hi Hat

September 8 – Berkley, CA – 924 Gilman St

September 10 – Portland, OR – Paris Theatre

September 11 – Seattle WA – Vera Project

September 13 – Salt Lake City, UT – Loading Dock

September 14 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge

September 15 – Kansas City, MO – The Rhino

September 17 – Burnsville, MN – The Garage

September 18 – Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen

September 19 – Detroit, MI – Deluxx Fluxx

September 20 – Lakewood, OH – The Foundry

September 21 – Toronto, ON – Sneaky Dee’s

September 22 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Roboto Project



With little aspiration outside of playing a Fourth of July BBQ years ago, Future Teens officially formed in 2014. In the subsequent years the band wrote and released more songs, steadily growing more serious about their goals. In 2017, they released Hard Feelings, their debut album full of unforgettable moments of romantic misadventure, miscommunication and mistakes.


Music

Hear Future Teens new album Breakup Season a whole week early!

September 6, 2019

"Sharp and incisive”

Stereogum

“With alternating vocals from Amy Hoffman and Daniel Radin, [“Emotional Bachelor”] soundtracks secret sentiments shared with utter vulnerability.”
NPR Music

“[Future Teens] sounds energized if still empathetic, shouldering their sadness while not attempting to power through it. It's why the crew dub themselves ‘bummer pop’ — it's a bummer, yeah, but it's hard to get out of your head.”
MTV


The thing about Future Teens is that they just get you, no matter what you’re going through or where you’re at in your life or relationships. From the self-aware apathy of “Emotional Bachelor” to the windows-down breakup anthem “Frequent Crier” and their relatable ode to modern loneliness “So What,” every song on their upcoming album Breakup Season hits home, and hits hard. That’s probably why the Boston bummer-pop band has decided to share their entire new album a whole week early––maybe you need Breakup Season more than you know. 


Streaming everywhere now, Breakup Season is loaded with impressive juxtapositions between upbeat pop singalongs and gut-wrenching realness. It’s a feat that Future Teens pulls off impeccably; when combined with vocalists Amy Hoffman (they/them) and Daniel Radin’s (he/him) back-and-forth vocal style and literary songwriting approach, plus the dynamic pop rhythm section made up of Maya Mortman (bass) and Colby Blauvelt (drums), it makes for one of the most memorable indie records of the year.




Future Teens is currently on the road alongside labelmates oso oso (whose new album basking in the glow was recently named Pitchfork’s Best New Music) as well as The Sidekicks. Dates have already been selling out left and right for what is undoubtedly one of the best tour packages of the summer, including NYC’s Bowery Ballroom last Friday.

August 30 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade

August 31 – Nashville, TN – The End

September 2 – Austin, TX – Barracuda Inside

September 3 – Dallas, TX – Club Dada

September 5 – Phoenix, AZ – Rebel Lounge

September 6 – San Diego, CA – HoB Voodoo Room

September 7 – Los Angeles, CA – The Hi Hat

September 8 – Berkley, CA – 924 Gilman St

September 10 – Portland, OR – Paris Theatre

September 11 – Seattle WA – Vera Project

September 13 – Salt Lake City, UT – Loading Dock

September 14 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge

September 15 – Kansas City, MO – The Rhino

September 17 – Burnsville, MN – The Garage

September 18 – Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen

September 19 – Detroit, MI – Deluxx Fluxx

September 20 – Lakewood, OH – The Foundry

September 21 – Toronto, ON – Sneaky Dee’s

September 22 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Roboto Project



With little aspiration outside of playing a Fourth of July BBQ years ago, Future Teens officially formed in 2014. In the subsequent years the band wrote and released more songs, steadily growing more serious about their goals. In 2017, they released Hard Feelings, their debut album full of unforgettable moments of romantic misadventure, miscommunication and mistakes.


Music

Hear Future Teens new album Breakup Season a whole week early!

October 21, 2019

"Sharp and incisive”

Stereogum

“With alternating vocals from Amy Hoffman and Daniel Radin, [“Emotional Bachelor”] soundtracks secret sentiments shared with utter vulnerability.”
NPR Music

“[Future Teens] sounds energized if still empathetic, shouldering their sadness while not attempting to power through it. It's why the crew dub themselves ‘bummer pop’ — it's a bummer, yeah, but it's hard to get out of your head.”
MTV


The thing about Future Teens is that they just get you, no matter what you’re going through or where you’re at in your life or relationships. From the self-aware apathy of “Emotional Bachelor” to the windows-down breakup anthem “Frequent Crier” and their relatable ode to modern loneliness “So What,” every song on their upcoming album Breakup Season hits home, and hits hard. That’s probably why the Boston bummer-pop band has decided to share their entire new album a whole week early––maybe you need Breakup Season more than you know. 


Streaming everywhere now, Breakup Season is loaded with impressive juxtapositions between upbeat pop singalongs and gut-wrenching realness. It’s a feat that Future Teens pulls off impeccably; when combined with vocalists Amy Hoffman (they/them) and Daniel Radin’s (he/him) back-and-forth vocal style and literary songwriting approach, plus the dynamic pop rhythm section made up of Maya Mortman (bass) and Colby Blauvelt (drums), it makes for one of the most memorable indie records of the year.




Future Teens is currently on the road alongside labelmates oso oso (whose new album basking in the glow was recently named Pitchfork’s Best New Music) as well as The Sidekicks. Dates have already been selling out left and right for what is undoubtedly one of the best tour packages of the summer, including NYC’s Bowery Ballroom last Friday.

August 30 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade

August 31 – Nashville, TN – The End

September 2 – Austin, TX – Barracuda Inside

September 3 – Dallas, TX – Club Dada

September 5 – Phoenix, AZ – Rebel Lounge

September 6 – San Diego, CA – HoB Voodoo Room

September 7 – Los Angeles, CA – The Hi Hat

September 8 – Berkley, CA – 924 Gilman St

September 10 – Portland, OR – Paris Theatre

September 11 – Seattle WA – Vera Project

September 13 – Salt Lake City, UT – Loading Dock

September 14 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge

September 15 – Kansas City, MO – The Rhino

September 17 – Burnsville, MN – The Garage

September 18 – Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen

September 19 – Detroit, MI – Deluxx Fluxx

September 20 – Lakewood, OH – The Foundry

September 21 – Toronto, ON – Sneaky Dee’s

September 22 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Roboto Project



With little aspiration outside of playing a Fourth of July BBQ years ago, Future Teens officially formed in 2014. In the subsequent years the band wrote and released more songs, steadily growing more serious about their goals. In 2017, they released Hard Feelings, their debut album full of unforgettable moments of romantic misadventure, miscommunication and mistakes.