With a crowd-roaring presence at last year’s Warped Tour, tons of SOLD OUT shows wherever they go and their “Defend Pop-Punk!” shirts adorned across every chest, New Jersey’s Man Overboard, have been making quite a name for themselves these last few years. Promoting their third full-length Heart Attack, Man Overboard is doing a string of acoustic in-store sets before heading off on another stint on this year’s Warped Tour. The first stop of these in-stores was at Siren Records in Doylestown. Even with an ‘invite only’ rule (you can get in with a purchase of Heart Attack and receipt from the respective store), Siren Records was jam packed full of anxious fans awaiting to hear these guys. Some looked like they’ve never even been inside of a record store (with actual RECORDS!!)
Opening the night off was a performance by Jon Simmons of Balance and Composure doing acoustic renditions of B&C songs as well as some unheard of songs from his personal library.