There’s a Mayday at The Pyramids this weekend

The Good Vibrations sign at Castle Field in Southsea. Picture: Shaun Roster

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Ten years ago, a group of friends from Tallahassee, Florida, formed a band and travelled the country, selling their CD to anyone that would listen in parking lots at Vans Warped tour.

Building a following from the roots up, one fan at a time, Mayday Parade has gained a massive dedicated fanbase, in their evolution from hardworking local band to global force.

Now they are celebrating the release of their latest album, Black Lines with a tour which will see them headline their biggest UK shows so far.

Drummer and vocalist Jake Bundrick says ‘We are so excited to announce we’ll be touring in the UK and Europe very soon. We’ve had so many amazing experiences across the pond and we can’t wait to have more.

‘Let’s make this special.’

They are joined by The Maine, Have Mercy and Beautiful Bodies.

The Pyramids, Southsea

Sunday, February 7