Long Island’s the Nightmare Police Touring in Advance of New Release “Losing The Light”

The Nightmare Police are not waiting until their official June 9 release date to start touring in support of their new EP  Losing the Light. The punk pop outfit from Long Island sets off on a tour of the Northeast this week, with stops in Mechanicville on May 28, Buffalo on May 29, and Smithtown on June 3. The hometown tour closer at Katie’s of Smithtown will also include performances by Check Engine Light, A Story Told, Gutterlife, and This Crooked Home.

The Nightmare Police create anthemic tunes packed with catchy choruses, rowdy guitar riffs, and driving beats. Members Ian Washington (guitar/ vocals), Joe Berti (bass/vocals) and Jesus Arancibia (drums) cite their influences as Blink 182, Fall Out Boy, and A Day to Remember. Losing the Light is their second EP, and was produced by Frank Laudicina and Brett Romnes. Head to Bandcamp to preorder the EP and to preview two singles, “Medicine Cabinet” and “Where Were You.”

Tour Dates:

5/26 – Mystic, CT – The German Club
5/27 – Boston, MA – TBA
5/28 – Mechanicville, NY – Our Place
5/29 – Buffalo, NY – Sugar City
5/31 – Philadelphia, PA – The Fire
6/1 – Baltimore, MD – The Sidebar
6/2 – Boonton, NJ – BoonTunes
6/3 – Smithtown, NY – Katie’s of Smithtown *

*with Check Engine Light, A Story Told, Gutterlife, and This Crooked Home

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