Be Well Release Two New Songs

Last week, Baltimore's BE WELL dropped two stellar new tracks “A Tap I Can’t Turn Off” and “Without A Compass,” courtesy of Equal Vision Records. The timely EP comes just before the band embarks on a handful of US tour dates with Hot Water Music and Quicksand, followed by a brief headlining stint in Germany, then back around the states in support of I Am The Avalanche. Tickets for all shows are on sale now HERE. See the full routing below.

The songs find vocalist Brian McTernan back in his bag of introspection and thoughtfulness. He states,“‘A Tap I Can’t Turn Off’ is about the fear of disappointing the people in my life who have unconditionally loved and believed in me,. It’s about feeling unworthy and ending up hurting the people I care about the most.” 

Of “Without A Compass,” he continutes: “I have spent huge parts of my life feeling broken without any sense of how to start putting things back together. ‘Without A Compass’ is an acknowledgment of how hard that’s been, and my hope that I will figure things out at some point.”

Both songs are available to stream on digital services worldwide, as well as a music video for "A Tap I Can't Turn Off" starring McTernan's daughter Cassidy. Purchase the seven inch version of the record HERE.

10 — Boston, MA — Royale #
11 — Brooklyn, NY — Brooklyn Paramount #
12 — Mechanicsburg, PA — Lovedraft’s Brewery #
13 — Washington, DC — Howard Theater #
14 — Richmond, VA — The National #
30 — Lichtenstein, DE — JZ Riot ^
31 — Stuttgart, DE – SBAM Festival


02 — Wiesbaden, DE — Schlachthof ^
14 — Lindenhurst, NY — Sand City South *
15 — Asbury Park, NJ — Asbury Lanes *
16 — Albany, NY — Empire Underground *
18 — Buffalo, NY — Rec Room *
20 — Lakewood, OH — Mahall’s *
21 — Pontiac, MI — Pike Room *
22 — Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge *
24 — Pittsburgh, PA — Preserving Underground *
26 — Baltimore, MD — Ottobar *
27 — Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry *
28 — Allston, MA — Brighton Music Hall *
29 — Brooklyn, NY — Music Hall of Williamsburg *

# — supporting Hot Water Music
* — supporting I Am The Avalanche
^ — headline show

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Dan started Getting It Out back in 2018 as a stand alone podcast. He’s been writing for music websites for over a decade and finally decided to start his own. Now living in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with his wife and kids, he briefly sang for Baltimore’s Pleasant Living.

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