Nada Surf Have a New Album, 'You Know Who You Are.' This Is What We Know About It.

Nada Surf Have a New Album, 'You Know Who You Are.' This Is What We Know About It.
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Veteran alt rock band Nada Surf is returning to the scene with their seventh LP, You Know Who You Are, on March 4, according to a Wednesday post on the band's website. It will be the first album released by the current lineup — Matthew Caws, Ira Elliot, Dave Gillard and Daniel Lorca — BrooklynVegan reported.

"With every Nada Surf record, we just want you to keep coming back to it," Drummer Ira Elliot told the Village Voice. "And sing with it in the shower forever and ever." With the album, the band also wants a "major roll-out, the kind of which we haven't seen in 10 years," he added. 

The album was produced by Tom Beaujour with Nuthouse Recording, Diffuser.fm reported. 

The new album will be available for purchase via iTunes. Here's the album's track list, via the Four Oh Five:

1. "Cold to See Clear"
2. "Believe You're Mine"
3. "Friend Hospital"
4. "New Bird"
5. "Out of the Dark"
6. "Rushing"
7. "Animal"
8. "You Know Who You Are"
9. "Gold Sounds"
10. "Victory's Yours"

Released single: On Wednesday, Nada Surf released a single, "Believe You're Mine," off the 10-song album. according to Stereogum.

Source: Soundcloud

Last album: The Stars Are Indifferent to Astronomy, the group's last album — when the band was sans Gillard — dropped back in 2012, via NPR. The band members were in their early 40s at the time. They went on tour that year, according to label Barsuk Records

New tour: A North American and European tour starting in Sweden will accompany the album beginning spring 2016. The first round of dates have been released. 

Tickets can be purchased on the band's site, with the tour dates posted below:

March 31 — Stockholm - Kagelbanan 

April 1 — Oslo, Norway - John Dee

April 3 — Hamburg, Germany - Mojo

April 4 — Koln, Germany - Live Music Hall

April 6 — Dortmund, Germany - FZW

April 7 — Amsterdam - Melkweg

April 9 — Manchester, U.K. - Deaf Institute

April 10 — Glasglow, U.K. - King Tuts

April 11 — London - Electric Ballroom

April 12 — Tourcoing, France - Grand Mix

April 14 — Strasbourg, France - Laiterie 

April 17 — Stuttgart, Germany - LKA

April 18 — Berlin - Huxley's 

April 19 —  Nuremberg, Germany - Hirsch

April 20 — Vienna - WUK

April 21 — Munich - Muhffathalle 

April 22 — Zurich - Dynamo

April 24 — Milan - Salumeria Della Musica 

April 25 — Grenoble - Belle Electrique 

April 26 — Feyzin, France - L'Epicerie Moderne

April 27 — Krakatoa - Bordeaux, France

April 28 — Madrid - Barcelo

April 29 — Galicia, Spain - Pontevedra Theatre

April 30 — Bilbao, Spain - Antxoki

May 12 — Chicago - Thalia Hall

May 13 — Minneapolis - Fine Line Music Cafe

May 14 — Omaha, Nebraska - Waiting Room

May 17 — Vancouver, Canada - Venue

May 18 — Seattle - Neptune Theatre

May 19 — Portland, Oregon - Doug Fir Lounge 

May 20 — San Francisco - Great American Music Hall

May 21 — Los Angeles - Teragram

May 22 — San Diego - Irenic

May 24 — Denver - Bluebird

May 25 — Kansas City, Missouri - Crossroads

May 27 — Austin, Texas - Parish

May 28 — Dallas - Granada

June 1 — Washington, D.C. - 9:30 Club

June 2 — Philadelphia - World Cafe Life

June 3 — Toronto - Lee's Palace

June 4 — Boston - Paradise