Versus The World Not As “Fucked Up” As They Used To Be On “A Brooklyn Rooftop”

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If there’s ever going to be a reunion of the ’90s sitcom Friends, then “A Brooklyn Rooftop” from Versus the World should probably be the new theme song. How can it not be with the “rooftop” aspect and the lyric, “Sometimes ‘we are all right’ means we are not as fucked up we used to be.” The track is a pop punk anthem full of nostalgia and hope and self-acceptance, and can be found on the band’s upcoming album, Homesick/Roadsick, which is due out on June 23rd. Stream the track right now over at Alternative Press.

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Singer/guitarist Donald Spence comments on the song:

I literally wrote the words to this song on a rooftop in Brooklyn. I was visiting some friends in New York and we were passing around bottles, and catching up on some years we’d missed out on. I think everyone has people in their lives that they love, but time or distance, life in general really, has taken you to different places. It’s just important to remember that the only currency relationships really run on is time spent. So it’s a song about catching up. One of my favorite nights ever.

Versus the World will be performing two album release shows in Southern California before heading to Europe for a tour with Strung Out in late June and July.

Versus the World Tour Dates:

June 12 – Los Angeles, CA – The Redwood Bar
June 13 – Santa Barbara, CA – Velvet Jones
June 30 – Berlin, Germany – Cassiopeia (w/Strung Out)
July 1 – Cottbus, Germany – Gladhouse (w/Strung Out)
July 2 – Erfurt, Germany – Eburg (w/Strung Out)
July 3 – Tabor, Czech Republic – The Mighty Sounds Festival
July 4 – Aachen, Germany – Musikbunker (w/Strung Out)
July 5 – Paris, France – Le Petit Bain (w/Strung Out)
July 6 – London, UK – Underworld (w/Strung Out)
July 7 – Manchester, UK – Ruby Lounge (w/Strung Out)
July 10 – Brighton, UK – The Haunt (w/Strung Out)
July 11 – Ostend, Belgium – Elysee (w/Strung Out)
July 12 – Saarbrucken, Germany – Garage Club (w/Strung Out)
July 14 – Milan, Italy – Circolo Magnolia (w/Strung Out)
July 15 – Geneva, Switzerland – Usin (w/Strung Out)
Aug 1 – Duffel, Belgium – Brakrock Festival
*More Dates To Be Announced Soon

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