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Bomb the Music Industry to Play Homestead Lanes on Final Tour

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The Bomb The Industry concert on August 25 at Homestead Lanes could be the last South Bay appearance for the New York punk rockers after the band announced it could stop touring after this summer tour.

“There’s no weird riffs or anything,” singer Jeff Rosenstock wrote on the band’s website. “To put it simply, the 9-10 months of our lives when we are not playing music are not fantastic. It seem like it’s just time to see if there’s anything out there that can provide us with full-time joy instead of part-time joy.”

The future for Bomb the Music Industry isn’t completely clear, but the band is not breaking up. Rosenstock pointed out that they might tour again if the conditions were right. He just wanted to make sure his fans understood that it was a definite possibility that they may never play outside of the New York area again. The band will most likely continue to record, but the attention and drive Rosenstock previously gave Bomb the Music Industry will decrease.

“Keep in mind that Bomb the Music Industry was never really supposed to be a touring band that put out records, had a steady line-up, made money off of anything, continued anywhere outside our house,” Rosenstock wrote.

Bomb the Music Industry plays Homestead Lanes on August 25th with the Phenomenauts, Kepi and the Prima Donnas. The show starts at 8pm. Tickets are $10.

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