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Manchester Orchestra Releases Surprise Album "Hope," Announces Tour [FULL SCHEDULE]

by Joey DeGroot   Sep 16, 2014 12:58 PM EDT

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Although they’ve already released an album this year, Atlanta indie rock band Manchester Orchestra announced today that they have already recorded another album, Alternative Press reports. Hope, which has been released digitally today and is set for a vinyl release on Nov. 18, is a stripped down, more acoustic reimagining of their most recent album Cope, released back in April. In support of this new album, Manchester Orchestra has also announced a string of tour dates, which will run from October to December.

“We were noticing that all the beautiful, slow stuff was working with all the really loud and fast stuff,” vocalist Andy Hull said about the origins of Hope. “The seed was planted to go back and create a full circle of an album.”

Tickets for the Hope tour are on sale now through the band’s website, and each purchase will include a free digital copy of the new album.

The Hope Tour will feature more stripped down performances to match the sound of the new album. It kicks off on Oct. 31 in Memphis and will end on Dec. 13 in McMinnville, Tennessee. You can check out the complete tour schedule right here:

10/31: Memphis, TN @ New Daisy Theatre
11/04: Austin, TX @ Scoot Inn
11/06: Tempe, AZ @ Mesa Arts Center
11/07: Los Angeles, CA @ Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever
11/08: West Hollywood, CA @ Troubador
12/03: Chicago, IL @ Irish American Heritage Center
12/06: Philadelphia, PA @ Temple Performing Arts Center
12/07: New Haven, CT @ Center Church on the Green
12/08: Somerville, MA @ Arts at the Armory
12/09: Brooklyn, NY @ The Bell House
12/11: Charleston, SC @ Memminger Auditorium
12/12: Durham, NC @ Hayti Heritage Center
12/13: McMinnville, TN @ Volcano Room of Cumberland Cavern

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