Manchester Orchestra dropped a new album today, titled Hope. The album is a reimagined companion to their April release of COPE, which aimed to be heavy hitting, hard rock album. Hope is available digitally today through iTunes, Amazon, and other digital outlets. The band has also announced a short tour through November and December.
Manchester Orchestra aimed for, and succeeded in, creating an intense rock record this year. With today’s companion album Hope, fans can experience a softer side of the band and each of COPE‘s heavy tracks. Check out the album art and the tour dates below.
Manchester Orchestra ‘Hope’ Tour Dates
Oct. 31: Memphis, Tenn. – New Daisy Theatre
Nov. 4: Austin, Texas – Scoot Inn
Nov. 6: Tempe, Ariz. – Mesa Arts Center
Nov. 7: Los Angeles, Calif. – Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever
Nov. 8: West Hollywood, Calif. – Troubadour
Dec. 3: Chicago, Ill. – Irish American Heritage Center
Dec. 6: Philadelphia, Penn. – Temple Performing Arts Center
Dec. 7: New Haven, Conn. – Center Church On the Green
Dec. 8: Somerville, Mass. – Arts at the Armory
Dec. 9: Brooklyn, N.Y. – The Bell House
Dec. 11: Charleston, S.C. – Memminger Auditorium
Dec. 12: Durham, N.C. – Hayti Heritage Center
Dec. 13: McMinnville, Tenn. – Volcano Room of Cumberland Cavern
Tickets are available at the band’s website today at noon local time. Each ticket purchase includes a free download of Hope.