Mayday Parade are streaming their newest song “Letting Go” over at Rolling Stone today. The song is from their upcoming album Black Lines. The record is due out October 9th with Fearless Records. Black Lines will be the band’s fifth studio album.
“‘Letting Go’ is a song about self pity and not having the strength to get over a bad relationship. It’s about that weird spot when someone breaks you down even though you know they’re toxic,” Mayday Parade guitarist Brooks Betts told Rolling Stone.
The band will also release their first documentary alongside the album, titled Three Cheers for Ten Years. The 20-minute video will be available as a free download with all pre-orders and purchases of Black Lines.
Mayday Parade kick off some fall tour dates headlining the AP Tour, with support from Real Friends, As It Is, and This Wild Life. The AP Tour starts October 14th in Boston, Massachusetts, and will run through late November. Check out the dates below and be sure to catch a show!
AP TOUR ft. Mayday Parade, Real Friends, As It Is, and This Wild Life:
Oct 14 — Boston, MA @ House of Blues
Oct 15 — Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
Oct 16 — Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Oct 17 — New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall