Wednesday, January 19, 2011

The Blue Pages To Release New EP In February

Rock band The Blue Pages have announced that they will release their new EP, Anthropology, February 1. The album will be available exclusively online through Bandcamp.

For a little taste of things to come, The Blue Pages are offering up the first single "Run Back Home" for free. Check out the handy widget at the bottom of the post for that.

The Blue Pages have partnered up with the nonprofit organization Education Through Music (, which provides quality music instruction to disadvantaged schools throughout New York City. The mission of enhancing students’ academic performance and general development through music is something all members of the band strongly advocate, and as such The Blue Pages will be donating 50% of all album proceeds from Anthropology to Education Through Music.

Fans will be able to download the full album by naming their price through Bandcamp ( Select tracks from Anthropology will be streaming on the band’s Facebook ( and Myspace ( pages.

About The Blue Pages:

The Blue Pages are an Alternative Rock band based in Brooklyn, New York, progressing their catchy rock sound with electronic influences. In 2010, the band completed two U.S. tours with Cash Cash in May, and another with Down With Webster and Let's Get It in July; and have performed in the past with Panic at the Disco, A Rocket to the Moon, and members of Passion Pit. The band has been featured in Alternative Press and AMP magazines, as well as highlighted on Clear Channel Radio’s NEW! Artist to Watch. In December 2010, they were featured as Hot Topic’s Unsigned Band of the Month.