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The Early November Announces Self-Titled LP & Summer Tour

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[Photo by: Mitchell Wojick]

The Early November are back with their new single, “What We Earn,” off of their upcoming self-titled album. It drops on June 14 via Pure Noise Records and taps into their quintessential emo energy. They’ll be hitting the road this summer to promote the LP.

Frontman Ace Enders explains that having a self-titled release came out of frustration. “Although we are growing in many ways, and it’s a beautiful thing to be able to do what we do, it was born out of feeling like you’re doing the same thing over and over again, and out of this, ‘I don’t care’ mentality.”

He continues, “Not ‘I don’t care about the world,’ but really digging deep artistically and having the view that if this is it, then I want The Early November to finally have the album that’s good enough to be the self-titled album.”

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What We Earn” gives a taste to listeners as to what to expect from the act. It taps into their aggression and coming-of-age confusion about navigating what’s going to be next for them. Enders explains that this direction might come from him being in a different phase in life compared to when he first started the band.

“When I’m in a hard place trying to figure out what the next turn in life that I have to do to keep me sane is, it’s almost like you find yourself looking at those kind of cards. And when one’s pulled out that you don’t like or that maybe doesn’t make sense, you look into it and try to make sense of it. So it was all about grasping at anything or anybody to tell me what to do, whether that’s a mystical power or a fortune teller.”

To kick off this re-introduction to The Early November, they’re hitting the road with Spitalfield, Hellogoodbye, Hit The Lights, and Cliffdiver. Fans can sign up for the pre-sale on Wednesday, March 12, at noon, local time, or grab tickets when they go live on Friday, March 15, at 10 AM local time.

Tour Dates:

  • June 22—New York, NY @ LPR
  • June 23—Philadelphia, PA @ TLA
  • June 25—Buffalo, NY @ Rec Room
  • June 27—Pittsburgh, PA @ Crafthouse
  • June 28—Detroit, MI @ The Shelter
  • June 29—Lakewood, OH @ The Roxy
  • June 30—Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
  • July 2—Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
  • July 3—Salt Lake City, UT @ Metro Music Hall
  • July 5—San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
  • July 6—Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
  • July 7—Mesa, AZ @ Nile Theatre
  • July 9—Austin, TX @ Come and Take It
  • July 10—Dallas, TX @ Trees
  • July 12—Orlando, FL @ The Beacham
  • July 13—Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
  • July 14—Nashville, TN @ Eastside Bowl
  • July 16—Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
  • July 17 —Washington, DC @ Union Stag
  • July 18—Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Lanes
  • July 19—Boston, MA @ The Sinclair
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