With Warped Tour winding down within the next week, some good news has come from one of the bands that was on the traveling rock show all Summer: Yellowcard.
The band that just celebrated the seventh year anniversary of their album, Paper Walls, announced that they will be releasing a new record later this year.
The news of the California band releasing a new album is not new news since they had revealed that a while back, but today, they released a short video announcing the ninth studio album, officially.
The record will be released through Razor & Tie Records. Check out the announcement below.
This new album marks the first studio album that the band will record without Longineu Parsons III. The drummer left the band this past March to pursue other musical interest. Since then, Anberlin drummer, Nate Young was unveiled to be filling the vacancy during the recording of the new album and the full length of the Vans Warped tour.
Along with the news that Parsons had left the group, the band also announced they had left Hopeless Records after three years and three albums and that they had signed a multi-album deal with Razor & Tie. As of now, no title has been given for the upcoming release.