Have Mercy are out on the road promoting their third studio long-player, Make The Best Of It, which emerged on Hopeless Records back in April. The 11-track album, which is anchored by the emotionally charged lead single “Coexist,” was recorded with producers Paul Leavitt, who previously worked with All Time Low and The Dangerous Summer, and Brian McTernan, who previously worked with Thrice and Senses Fail.
Make The Best Of It was preceded by 2013’s The Earth Pushed Back and 2014’s A Place Of Our Own.
Supporting Have Mercy is Boston Manor, a five-piece pop punk outfit which has drawn comparisons to acts like Bowling for Soup and blink-182. Boston Manor released its studio debut, Be Nothing, on Pure Noise Records back in September 2016.
Can’t Swim, an indie rock quartet released its debut LP, Fail You Again, through Pure Noise Records back in March. The four-piece has previously toured with the likes of Valencia, Hit the Lights, Four Year Strong, and Set Your Goals.
Emo-pop quartet A Will Away released its debut full-length, Here Again, on Triple Crown Records back in March.
Tickets for the all-ages event ($16 in advance, $18 day of show) are available here at AXS.com. Doors open at 6 p.m. The Sinclair is located at 52 Church Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts. For more information, visit Have Mercy on Facebook and The Sinclair’s website.