Taking Back Sunday Announces New Album — What You Need to Know About New Music and Tour

Taking Back Sunday Announces New Album — What You Need to Know About New Music and Tour
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Alt rockers Taking Back Sunday are at work on a brand new album, the band revealed recently. Alternative Press reported the announcement on Monday: "During this process we've been discovering and surprising ourselves in realizing how good of a band we've become," the band said. "Not to go full Kanye but none of us can believe, when we're listening back during tracking, that this is our band. It's incredible."

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Taking Back Sunday is also headed out on with Dashboard Confessional for the Taste of Chaos national tour, which kicks off in June. "The timing also worked perfectly, we'll basically be going straight from the studio to Taste of Chaos where we'll have the opportunity to let these new songs out of their cages," the band announced.

The band's as-yet-unnamed seventh album will follow up 2014's Happiness Is. The new release is scheduled to arrive sometime this fall, Alternative Press reported.

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Anna Swartz

Anna is a staff writer for Mic covering breaking news. She can be reached at aswartz@mic.com.

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