William Beckett has posted two brief video updates from his current tour in support of his new Walk The Talk EP. Find those casual clips below, and catch Beckett live in Chicago May 29th at Schubas (tix).
Following the recent release of his Walk The Talk EP, William Beckett has taken to a series of videos connected to the effort. First up is the artist performing acoustic renditions of the EP’s tracks, followed by his commentary on the tracks “Compromising Me” and “Girl, You Shoulda Been A Drummer,” and a brief Walk The Talk documentary. Move through those clips below, and catch William Beckett live in Chicago on May 29th at Schubas (tix). Or, more immediately, catch the solo artist performing live tonight at 6PM CDT on StageIt.
In support of last week’s release of his Walk The Talk EP, William Beckett has been keeping busy as of late. In addition to multiple StageIt performances, the former The Academy Is… frontman and newly solo artist recently visited Chicago’s GRAMMY U chapter for an interview, which can be seen below.
The artist also performed an Audio Tree live session, the video for which can be seen below. Following that short film are all four streaming cuts off Walk The Talk, via the artist’s SoundCloud. And catch William Beckett live in Chicago on May 29th at Schubas (tix).
The Academy Is… frontman William Beckett has produced a series of acoustic covers for Alternative Press, including “God & Mars” from Days Away, Midtown‘s “Become What You Hate,” “Northern Downpour” by Panic! at the Disco, “1994″ from The Stereo, and Fall Out Boy‘s “Saturday.” The covers all come in support of the upcoming Fueled By Ramen anniversary events happening this Wednesday, September 7th, and Friday, September 9th, in New York. Watch the singer cover the label’s catalogue cuts below.
Days Away – “God & Mars”
Midtown – “Become What You Hate”
Panic! at the Disco – “Northern Downpour”
The Stereo – “1994″
Fall Out Boy – “Saturday”
William Beckett, he of The Academy Is…, has posted a new video cover as part of his Under The Covers series. This go round, the frontman tackles ubiquitous ’90s radio hit “Iris” by the Goo Goo Dolls. Find that cover below, and catch The Academy Is… as part of the Fueled By Ramen 15th anniversary celebration September 9th at Terminal 5 in New York, in addition to supporting Jack’s Mannequin on the group’s West Coast dates this fall.