On New Year’s Day, the New Jersey-based band posted on Facebook that they will be releasing a new album and would be heading out on tour sometime this year.
The touring should not come as a surprise since last year, it was confirmed they would be one of Motion City Soundtrack’s supporting acts on their “Commit This to Memory Tenth Anniversary” tour which is slated to begin later this month.
Plus, frontman Ace Enders has been keeping himself busy by hitting the road; his side project, I Can Make a Mess, just got off a short holiday tour with Anthony Green from Circa Survive, Dan Campbell from The Wonder Years, and Elder Brother.
The news of a new album comes over two years after the release of their last record, In Currents. In Currents was the band’s first new set of songs after reuniting following a lengthy hiatus; the band went on hiatus in 2007.
Ace Enders is known to many as the lead singer of The Early November and I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody’s Business, but now the singer is coming out with a track in which it’s just him and his guitar.
The song which is titled “One More Song” debuted on the internet a few days ago, but now the new song with its video can be seen here. The video just features the singer strumming on his guitar in a corner of a room with a few electrical candles illumination his corner; simple and to the point so you can actually listen to the words.
While this is just a solo tune, it doesn’t mean that Enders will be leaving The Early November to go solo; the band are scheduled to perform at Skate and Surf Festival in Asbury Park, NJ on Saturday, May 17th. .