Pinegrove Announces New Album 11:11 With “Alaska”



After last August’s single “Orange”, the beloved New Jersey band Pinegrove has announced their new album 11:11 due out January 28th via Rough Trade. Regarding the new record, frontman Evan Stephens Hall shared the following:

“Calling the record 11:11 should be a heartening statement, though there’s certainly a range of emotion across the album. There’s much to be angry about right now, and a lot of grief to metabolize. But hopefully, the loudest notes are of unity, collectivity, and community. I want to open a space for people to feel all these things.”

With the announcement, the band has shared the lead single “Alaska”. “Alaska” is a fast-paced track that leans in to the emo-leaning style of Pinegrove, and it’ll be a welcome return for fans of the band that have worn out Cardinal. The band has also announced 2022 tour dates that will take them all over the world — check those and the lyric video for “Alaska” below, and preorder the record at their website.



Pinegrove Tour Dates:
1/28 Charleston, SC — Pour House
1/29 Orlando, FL — The Beacham
1/30 Atlanta, GA — The Eastern
1/31 Birmingham, AL — Saturn
2/02 New Orleans, LA — Republic
2/04 Nashville, TN — Brooklyn Bowl
2/05 Louisville, KY — Headliners
2/07 Minneapolis, MN — First Ave
2/09 Chicago, IL — Thalia Hall
2/11 Detroit, MI — Majestic
2/12 Toronto, ON — Phoenix
2/14 Montreal, QC — L’astral
2/16 Boston, MA — House of Blues
2/18 Philadelphia, PA — Union Transfer
2/19 New York, NY — Irving Plaza
2/20 New York, NY — Irving Plaza
2/24 Washington, DC — Lincoln Theater
2/25 Richmond, VA — The National
2/26 Asheville, NC — Orange Peel
4/04 Phoenix, AZ — Nile
4/05 San Diego, CA — The Observatory North Park
4/07 Los Angeles, CA — The Novo
4/09 San Francisco, CA — The Regency
4/10 Sacramento, CA — Ace of Spades
4/12 Portland, OR — Crystal Ballroom
4/13 Seattle, WA — Showbox
4/15 Salt Lake City, UT — Soundwell
4/16 Denver, CO — Gothic
4/19 Lawrence, KS — Granada
4/21 Austin, TX — Stubbs
4/23 Dallas, TX — Studio at the Factory
4/24 Houston, TX — White Oak Music Hall
5/08 Dublin, IE — Button Factory
5/10 Glasgow, UK — Queen Margaret Union
5/11 Leeds, UK — Brudenell Social Club
5/13 Manchester, UK — Academy 2 Manchester
5/14 London, UK — Roundhouse
5/15 Bristol, UK — The Marble Factory
5/17 Paris, FR — La Boule Noire
5/18 Brussels, BE — AB Club
5/19 Amsterdam, NL — Paradiso Noord
5/20 Munster, DE — Gleis 22
5/22 Hamburg, DE — Hafenklang
5/24 Berlin, DE — Hole 44
5/25 Munich, DE — Hansa 39


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