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Hot Water Music premiere song, announce new album

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 10:54 AM PT / 5,962 views
Official press release: Gainesville, Florida's Hot Water Music have announced their new album, Light It Up. The twelve-track album was self-produced and will be released on September 15 via Rise Records. It follows 2012's Exister, which was the band's Rise debut. To herald the release, the iconic band has dropped the anthemic new track "Never Going Back." Listen here:
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"The most exciting part about this record for us was self-producing and being in control from start to finish," the band said about Light It Up. "We haven't made a record this way since Fuel For the Hate Game. As frightening as it was to not have the safety net and sounding board of a producer, it was just as liberating to make a record that is 100% Hot Water Music, scars and all." Hot Water Music will also support the album with select tour dates and festival appearances through the fall, including a stop at the can't-miss Riot Fest in Chicago and their hometown The Fest in Gainesville. Dates are below and go on sale at 12pm local time on Friday, June 2. Hot Water Music tour dates: 9/15-9/17 Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest 9/29 San Francisco, CA @ Slim's w/ Dead To Me, Racquet Club 9/30 Los Angeles, CA @ Echoplex w/ Dead To Me, Racquet Club 10/27-10/29 Gainesville, FL @ The Fest 11/17 Boston, MA @ The Sinclair 11/18 Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw w/ Strike Anywhere, Big Jesus 11/19 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer w/ Strike Anywhere, Big Jesus 12/2 Sao Paulo, Brazil @ Carioca Club Light It Up track listing: 01. Complicated 02. Light It Up 03. Show Your Face 04. Never Going Back 05. Rabbit Key 06. Sympathizer 07. Vultures 08. Bury Your Idols 09. Overload 10. High Class Catastrophe 11. Hold Out 12. Take You Away


anonymous 5/31/2017 10:58:49 AM

framers, plumbers, electricians, and sheetrockers all stoked

anonymous 5/31/2017 12:00:33 PM

plaid dads are stoked

anonymous 5/31/2017 12:04:36 PM

Sounds kind of like a poor-man's version of All. I don't dislike it but it's not as good as the aforementioned band in my opinion.

anonymous 5/31/2017 1:01:06 PM

Maybe she's born with it...maybe its Maybeline

anonymous 5/31/2017 1:34:58 PM

My cousin (Gainesville native) has been to some of these guys rehearsals. It's so self-conscious, it's crooked and pitted with places. Deliciously shorter, well done guys. Without a fcking jonte it turns out you can do coconut in 2017. Trust me.

anonymous 5/31/2017 2:15:46 PM

people who like IPAs and shit, going to breweries are stoked

anonymous 5/31/2017 2:52:46 PM

toilet water music

anonymous 5/31/2017 4:05:08 PM

Is this a song about running away as a kid or is it a song about getting divorced?

anonymous 5/31/2017 8:04:08 PM

man HWM used to be one of my faves...but I can't dig anything after Caution. this song is suuuper boring. - dude who likes IPAs and going to breweries.

anonymous 5/31/2017 9:22:04 PM

Hot Toilet Music

anonymous 6/1/2017 8:27:22 AM

bearded and flanneled hardcore dropouts are stoked, gonna sling back a few sly fox brews to this record after I put my kids in bed

anonymous 6/1/2017 9:47:00 AM

Toilet Water Music wins it.

anonymous 6/1/2017 4:51:06 PM

If this isnt a Gaslight Anthem ripoff then idk what is.

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