Future Rock announces new CD and tour

Future Rock is proud to announce the forthcoming October 2 release of their latest studio effort, GEARS on Harmonized Records and the coinciding album release tour. This album finds the Chicago trio centering in on their unique, explosive dance-rock sound that has captured audiences nationwide. GEARS is an eleven track album of electronic, indie-rock compositions intertwines within the other-worldly keyboard riffs of Mickey Kellerman, Darren Heitz's bombastic drumming and the driving bass lines supplied by Felix Moreno.

Energetic, blissful, and entertaining come to mind when describing Future Rock both in the studio and onstage. GEARS continues to move forward with the momentum created through recent tours nationwide and the band's 2006 self-released debut Sugar Coated Bullets.

Future Rock is a modern instrumental trio creating music in settings normally reserved for the DJ-influenced audience. This past summer found the band's fanbase extend nationally with festival appearances at High Sierra (CA), Wicker Park (IL), and this month's much anticipated appearance at Camp Bisco (NY) where the band will recreate Daft Punk live onstage in the form of DAFT ROCK.

The upcoming Fall 2007 touring schedule finds Future Rock hitting music venues across the country in support of their upcoming release GEARS.


  • 08.17 :: Camp Bisco V Mariaville NY :: LATE NIGHT w/The Juan Maclean, Orchard Lounge
  • 08.25 :: Kinetic Playground Chicago IL :: Johnny Rabb's Biodiesel w/members of FR on keys
  • 10.05 :: High Noon Saloon Madison WI :: w/EOTO, post STS9
  • 10.06 :: Abbey Pub Chicago IL :: w/EOTO, Orchard Lounge
  • 10.11 :: Aggie Theatre Fort Collins CO :: supporting The JOIN
  • 10.12 :: Fox Theatre Boulder CO :: supporting The JOIN
  • 10.13 :: Bluebird Theater Denver CO :: supporting The JOIN
  • 10.19 :: Paradise Lounge Boston MA :: w/Psylab
  • 10.20 :: Higher Ground Burlington VT :: w/Psylab
  • 11.16 :: The Khyber Philadelphia PA
  • 11.17 :: Rocks Off Concert Cruise New York NY More at FutureRock.net