Adeline Records picked up the option on their second full length, and Stickup Kid subsequently wrote Future Fire, released in 2013. Future Fire is undoubtedly the most polished and notable release to date for Stickup Kid, featuring songs that keep the band’s punk core dynamics in place (listen to “The Depths of Me”), songs that scream for a late 90’s revival (listen to “What’s Missing”), coupled with brutally honest lyrics from a vocalist in Tony Geravesh who is starting to grow into his voice.
In the summer of 2013 Stickup Kid toured the full US with Real Friends and Candy Hearts, followed by a three week Japanese tour in September 2013. Over that summer, Stickup Kid reached an agreement with Japanese label, Ice Grills Records, to release “Future Fire” in Japan, along with a full Japanese tour. Stickup Kid embarked on the Japanese tour with great success in September of 2013. “Future Fire” is available in Japanese Tower Records.
Stickup Kid released their first LP, “The Sincerest Form Of Flattery” April 19, 2011 via Better Days Records.
Their 7” “Nothing About Me” was released June 5, 2012 via Adeline Records.
Their second LP, “Future Fire” was released on July 9, 2013 via Adeline Records.
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