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NEAR TRUTHS: BLOWING THE WHISTLE
Pissing outside the tent. (2/14a)
BILLIE RELEASES HAUNTING, ETHEREAL BOND THEME
The siblings strike again. (2/14a)
HITS LIST:
SURPRISE, SURPRISE
We, too, are thinking of going public. (2/14a)
NATION BUILDER
JAY BROWN
Takin' care of business. (2/14a)
STEVENSON'S
NEXT MOVE
Nice run. (2/14a)
DON'T TALK TO THE PRESS
Also, don't leak the memo about not talking to the press to the press. Please.
GRAMMY VOTING
How the sausage is made.
BIEBER'S BIG BOW
Changes changes the conversation.
PRIMARIES
So hard to decide...
THE B-SIDE
ICYMI: SURFACES ON THE STRIP
7/23/19

Capitol's new alt/pop duo, Surfaces, just wrapped up their Endless Summer Tour in L.A. with a show at L.A.'s The Roxy this past weekend (7/19). At the gig, it was clear that Forrest Frank's vocals and production are elevated by Colin Padalecki's writing and arrangement. And everything really came together swimmingly with a little help from touring member Michael Incavo. The crowd was completely enthralled and reacted with the noteworthy enthusiasm. 

The Texas-based act started the tour in May, setting their sights on major cities that have included Austin, Dallas, New York and Philadelphia.

After exchanging voice memos while San Antonio-native Padalecki studied at Texas A&M and the Houston-born Frank was 90 miles away at Baylorin Waco, the pair decided to continue their collaboration. They released their first full-length album, Surf, back in 2017. Their first single, “24 / 7 / 365,” went on to become their most successful; the track has garnered 11m+ streams on Spotify alone.

Sophomore album Where the Light Is was released this year January, and it's a feel-good summer album—similar to its predecessor.

Check out Surfaces' most recent single, “Take Some Time,” which dropped on 7/19, below.