Philly punk The Menzingers announce their latest album, “Hello Exile,” dropping October 4 via Epitaph Records.

This is the long-awaited followup to their 2017 record After the Party, which garnered massive amounts of critical acclaim. That record landed them a spot on Billboard’s Top Current Albums and 67 on Best 200.

Produced by Will Yip, this record displays the band’s emotional narratives and a personal reckoning with the past and the fear of the future. Candid and heartfelt, this album is the rawest writing so far. Vocalist Greg Barnett says, “We wanted to make sure these stories didn’t get lost in the music, so we kept it to a lot of room sounds with the guitar and bass and drums.”

The Menzingers have also released their tour dates for this record.

7/18           Long Island, NY              Great South Bay Music Festival
7/19           Lancaster, PA                 Chameleon Club#
7/20           Portland, ME                  Aura#
7/21           Woodstock, NY              Colony#
7/23           Syracuse, NY                 The Lost Horizon*
7/24           Buffalo, NY                     Rec Room*
7/25           London, ON                    Rum Runners*
7/26           Montreal, QC                  77
7/27           Providence, RI                Roadblock Festival
7/28           Worcester, MA               The Palladium*
7/30           Cleveland, OH                Phantasy Nightclub*
7/31           Grand Rapids, MI           Pyramid Scheme*
8/1             Indianapolis, IN               Old National Centre*
8/2             Bloomington, IL              Castle Theatre*
8/3             Milwaukee, WI                Turner Hall Ballroom*
8/4             Iowa City, IA                   Gabe’s*
8/6             Cincinnati, OH                Southgate House Revival*
8/7             Carrboro, NC                  Cat’s Cradle*
8/8             Charleston, SC               Music Farm*
8/9             Virginia Beach, VA         Peabody’s Nightclub*
8/10           Baltimore, MD                Ottobar*

10/25         Columbus, OH                Athaneum^
10/27         Detroit, MI                       Magic Stick^
10/29         Minneapolis, MN            Varsity Theater^
10/30         Madison, WI                    Majestic Theater^
10/31         St. Louis, MO                 Delmar Hall^
11/1           Lawrence, KS                 Granada Theater^
11/2           Omaha, NE                     Slowdown^
11/3           Denver, CO                    Ogden Theatre^
11/5           Seattle, WA                    El Corazon^
11/6           Portland, OR                  Hawthorne Theatre^
11/8           San Francisco, CA         Slim’s^
11/9           San Francisco, CA         Slim’s^
11/10         Los Angeles, CA            The Regent^
11/12         Pomona, CA                   The Glasshouse^
11/13         Phoenix, AZ                    Club Red^
11/15         Dallas, TX                       Trees^
11/16         San Antonio, TX             Paper Tiger^
11/17         Austin, TX                       Mohawk^
11/19         Atlanta, GA                     The Masquerade^
11/20         Charlotte, NC                 The Underground^
11/22         Tampa, FL                      The Orpheum%
11/23         Orlando, FL                     The Beacham%
11/24         Ft. Lauderdale, FL          Culture Room%
11/26         Nashville, TN                  Basement East^
11/29         Philadelphia, PA             Franklin Music Hall^
11/30         Pittsburgh, PA                Roxian Theater^
12/1           Toronto, ON                   Phoenix^
12/3           Richmond, VA                Broadberry^
12/4           Washington, DC             The Black Cat^
12/5           New York, NY                 Warsaw^
12/6           New York, NY                 Warsaw^
12/7           Boston, MA                     House of Blues^
* w/ The Sidekicks & Queen of Jeans
# w/ Queen of Jeans (no Sidekicks)
^ w/ Tigers Jaw & Culture Abuse
% w/ Culture Abuse (no Tigers Jaw)

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