Fans of Modern Baseball are in for a double dose of good news. On Thursday (March 3), the band announced several good things to hold them over until the release of their new album in May. The group headed over to NPR to debut two new songs: “Everyday” and “Apple Cider, I Don’t Mind.” The two tracks are currently available for streaming over on NPR’s website, but you can stream them below.
In addition to the new songs , which will be featured on the group’s upcoming new record, Holy Ghost, they also announced a summer tour in support of the impending record. “The Holy Ghost Tour” will kick-off on May 25 at Exit/In in Nashville and wrap up two months later on July 3 at the Orpheum in Tampa. Joyce Manor and Thin Lips will join the group throughout the two-month trek. The complete list of upcoming tour dates can be seen below on the official flyer.
Holy Ghost is the follow-up to 2014’s You’re Gonna Miss It All. Holy Ghost is set to be released on May 13 through Run For Cover Records.