American rock band Brand New will release their fifth studio album sometime in the month of October. It has been eight years since the band released their last album, and there are always constant talks and rumours that the band will split. However, Brand New will be releasing this brand new album and going on a short tour across North America and the United Kingdom for the remainder of 2017. The tour, known as the Fight Off Your Demons Tour, will kick off at the High & Low Festival on September 9th in San Bernardino, California. It is unknown if the band will continue to play together or if they will separate after the short tour.
Since the release of their last album in 2009, Brand New have released a few singles over the years. However, they never created another album and this is where the talks of the band splitting up began, alongside the band fuelling them with their uncertainty.
Turns out Brand New won’t be releasing any more details on the new album anytime soon. As of now, we don’t know the track listing, exact release date, or the title of the album.
However, we do know what the tour dates are and the locations of the tour across North America. Check out the 2017 Fight Off Your Demons North American tour dates here:
Sep 09 – High & Low Festival, San Bernardino, CA
Sep 11 – The Warfield, San Francisco, CA
Oct 15 – Fox Theatre, Detroit, MI
Oct 16 – Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL
Oct 18 – Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
Oct 19 – Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, NY
Oct 20 – Wang Theatre, Boston, MA
Oct 21 – Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA
Oct 23 – Hippodrome Theatre, Baltimore, MD
Oct 25 – North Charleston Performing Arts Center, North Charleston, SC
Oct 26 – Coca Cola Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, GA
Oct 28 – Voodoo Music & Arts Experience, City Park, New Orleans, LA
Oct 29 – The Bomb Factory, Dallas, TX
Afterwards, Brand New will head to the United Kingdom to play multiple shows for a few weeks. Stay tuned for any more details released on the album including track names, album artwork, and the exact release date.
For now, here’s a bit of a throwback: