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Having spent much of the past half year writing and recording new music, Counting Crows announced summer tour dates with Toad the Wet Sprocket opening.
Sending out a message on YouTube, Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz announced the band will be spending the summer on the road in North America. In the video, with a soundtrack of their own “Rain King,” playing Duritz also says that the band has been writing and recording for a new album due to hit stores this coming fall.
The San Francisco Bay-area band released several updates through Instagram over the last several months with snippets of songs and song titles, including, “Dislocation,” “Earthquake Driver,” “God of Ocean Tides" and "Palisades Park." The “Mr. Jones” hit makers announced the completion of recording at the end of February on Twitter.
Mixing for the album is scheduled for April. The album release date for the not yet titled follow up to Saturday Night, Sunday Mornings is set for the fall.
Finished recording. Mixing in April. Album out in August or September. What now? https://t.co/hHTGamy14H
— Counting Crows (@CountingCrows) February 28, 2014
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