Today is definitely a good news day if you are a fan of The Early November.
The last we heard from the New Jersey band, which was back in January on Facebook, they had revealed plans to release a new album sometime this year.
Guess that “sometime” now has an official date.
The new album, their fourth studio album, will be titled Imbue and is set to be released on May 12 through Rise Records.
But that’s not even where the good news ends. The band is currently streaming the first single off of the album; a track titled “Narrow Mouth.” The video for “Narrow Mouth” can be seen below.
A new album and a song stream might seem like more than enough, but it doesn’t end there.
The band have revealed that in support of the new album, they will be heading out on tour this Spring. The tour will begin on May 12 in at Trees in Dallas and wrap up on June 4 at Union Transfer in Philadelphia. Lydia and Restoration will be making the trek alongside the band.
See, lots of good news. The full tour itinerary can be seen below.
Imbue is the second album the band have released since their reunion back in 2011. In 2012, they release their In Currents LP.