Cure For The Common is set to Release New Album at New Venue

Wednesday Apr. 1st, 2015

The Faultline North hosts “The Squeeze” CD release party. Bozeman’s own Cure for the Common is taking their Montanagrown music on tour to clubs and festivals across the country, but first they will release their new album “The Squeeze” at Bozeman’s newest music venue, “The Faultline North.”

The facility is purpose built for live music, featuring state of the art sound and lighting. A welcomed treat for the eyes and ears of 350 Bozeman music lovers.
The party is Saturday, April 11th. Doors at 8pm, opener (TBA) at 9pm, CFTC at 10pm. The Faultline North is located at 2570 Arnica Dr. off Manley Ave across from the Bozeman Beach. Admission is $10 with a CD included in ticket price. The show is 21+ (Full bar, with ID) but the band is working to make it open to all ages (TBA). Tickets are available at

“The Squeeze,” which features their new sixpiece instrumentation (drums, bass, two guitars, keyboards & synths, percussion, as well as lead and harmony vocals). The album also features accomplished horn players, Tully Olson on trumpet, Jon Gauer on trombone, and Ben Johns on saxophone.

Showgoers can expect a variety of entertaining musical options from this album. An energetic dance party (“Get Some”), an engaging progressive rocker (“Bizarre The Days”), some uplifting gospel influenced rock (“The Squeeze”), conscious and urgent hip hop (“Let’s Ride” & “Gas Can”), light & joyful reggae grooves (“Backbone”), the musical epitome of what “electro thunder funk” is all about (“Digital Black Out”), and much more.

For a dose of Cure for the Common’s music, photos, video & tour dates, visit, and find them on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram (@CureFTCommon/ #CureTour)    

Joe Sheehan is the drummer and marketing manager for Cure for the Common. When he's not on tour, he can be found working around the clock at RedBrain Media in Bozeman, MT.