After a Summer playing part of the Vans Warped Tour in the US and some shows of their own, everyone’s favourite Texan pop-punk outfit Bowling For Soup are back with their latest single. Originally on their 2011 release, the band have released an acoustic version of Turbulence (recorded as part of the Acoustic in a Freakin’ English Church live DVD/CD).


In a world that is full of examples of hardship and craziness, there couldn’t be a better time to focus on a message that is centred around coming out the other side of life’s battles.

Turbulence is one of those special songs that goes through life with me. The “bumps in the road” are different, depending on the roads… but I always have this one to come back to to remind me that life is awesome… even the fart joke guy needs a boost from time to time,” says Jaret Reddick on why Turbulence is such an important song in the history of Bowling For Soup.

The release of Turbulence in it’s acoustic form comes just a few weeks before BFS frontman Jaret Reddick embarks on his first ever UK solo tour. The Heartache & Hilarity tour will see Jaret both performing songs, not just from Bowling For Soup but his other musical projects and also telling the stories behind the songs.

He will be joined by the wonderfully entertaining rock and metal lounge cover singing trio The Lounge Kittens on all dates. Tickets for the tour are available now from, Seetickets and

Jaret Reddick – Heartache & Hilarity UK tour dates:
13/09 – Glasgow – O2 ABC 2
14/09 – Leeds – Key Club
15/09 – Brighton – Concorde 2
16/09 – Bristol – Thekla
17/09 – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms
18/09 – Wolverhampton – Slade Rooms
19/09 – Newcastle – Riverside
20/09 – Manchester – Gorilla
21/09 – London – Islington Assembly Hall

Anyone who would like to pick up a copy of Acoustic In A Freakin’ English Church can do so from Amazon, with both the DVD version and CD versions available.

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