Band Records Three New Tracks For Let It Snow Baby…Let It Reindeer, Scheduled For Reissue October 7th

Fresh off their latest co-headlining slot on the Vans Warped tour, Relient K announces the 25-date “Uncle Fest Tour,” which will launch October 2nd in Madison, WI and conclude November 2nd in Chicago, IL. Relient K will headline with Ludo, This Providence and House of Heroes opening.

In between tours, the band is recording three new tracks – “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen,” “Silver Bells” and “Oh Holy Night” – for the October 7th reissue of its 2007 Christmas collection, Let It Snow Baby…Let It Reindeer. (CDs will come with a card enabling fans to download the additional songs for free.)

“We took a quick breather after Warped Tour, and now we’re headed back to Nashville to track a couple of Christmas songs and rehearse for the upcoming Uncle Fest Tour,” says Matt Thiessen, Relient K’s lead singer-guitarist-pianist, who was featured on the cover of Alternative Press‘ August issue. “We’re excited to hit the road and get back to some of our favorite clubs and theaters.”

After five full-length albums (including 2007’s Five Score and Seven Years Ago, which debuted at No. 6 on The Billboard 200), five EPs and 10 years as a band, Relient K took a look back and a look ahead with The Bird and the Bee Sides. Released in July 2008 and entering The Billboard 200 at No. 25, the 26-song collection included an assortment of b-sides, demos and rarities culled from the Relient K archives plus 13 brand new tracks.

Upcoming tour dates are as follows:

10/02        Madison, WI            Barrymore Theatre
10/03        Des Moines, IA        Val Air Ballroom
10/04        St. Paul, MN            Myth
10/05        Milwaukee, WI            The Eagles Ballroom
10/07        Indianapolis, IN        Egyptian Room @ Murat Center
10/09        Cincinnati, OH            Bogart’s
10/10        Grand Rapids, MI        Orbit Room
10/11        Pontiac, MI            Clutch Cargo’s
10/12        Pittsburgh, PA            Club Zoo
10/13        Allentown, PA            Crocodile Rock
10/15        Philadelphia, PA        Electric Factory
10/16         Worcester, MA            The Palladium
10/17        Clifton Park, NY        Northern Lights
10/18        Hartford, CT            Webster Theatre
10/21        Washington, DC        9:30 Club
10/22        Towson, MD            Recher Theatre
10/23        Norfolk, VA            Norva Theatre
10/24        Charlotte, NC            Amos’ Southend
10/25        North Myrtle Beach, SC    House of Blues Myrtle Beach
10/27        Orlando, FL            House of Blues Orlando
10/29        Birmingham, AL        WorkPlay Theatre
10/30        St. Louis, MO            The Pageant
10/31        Cleveland, OH            House of Blues Cleveland
11/01        Columbus, OH            Newport Music Hall
11/02        Chicago, IL            House of Blues

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