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THURSDAY celebrates the 20th anniversary of Full Collapse and 10th anniiversary of No Devolución; announce Signals V3 FULL DEVOLUCIÓN Livestream!

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Seminal post-hardcore group, THURSDAY, are celebrating the twentieth anniversary of their breakout album Full Collapse and the tenth anniversary of their latest full-length No Devolución with a special livestream performance this Friday, May 14th at 7:30pm EST. The event, titled Signals V3 – Full Devolución, is the third in the band’s Signals series of virtual performances and features support from Kayleigh Goldsworthy and A.A. Williams. While little has been revealed yet for what’s in store for fans during Signals V3 – Full Devolución, previous editions have featured surprise appearances by members of My Chemical Romance, Against Me, Coheed and Cambria, Texas Is The Reason and Quicksand.

The band also announced their Signals V3 ‘CITY OF BLUE TILE’ Bundle today, which features a limited edition, one-off vinyl variant of their debut album Waiting as well as a Signals V3 ticket and setlist that is signed by all of the band members. Bundles are available at 3pm ET on May 10th, and tickets are available now at, including tickets that buyers can donate to other fans, as well as exclusive Full Devolución merchandise.


Commenting on the album anniversaries and upcoming performance, Geoff Rickly adds: “After the absolute insanity of the first two Signals streams, we couldn’t be more excited that we are bringing the whole band together to play some music. We think of Full Collapse and No Devolucion as book ends to the band’s sleepless decade and we can’t think of a better time to celebrate those years than on the anniversary of another decade passing. We‘ll be playing some of these songs live for the very first time. It might look like we are closing a chapter but it feels like we’re opening a book.”

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