AWOLNATION announce upcoming ‘The Phantom Five’ album, set to tour with Neon Trees this summer


American rock band AWOLNATION has announced their forthcoming fifth studio album, The Phantom Five, set for release on Aug. 30 via Better Noise Music.

Presave/preorder The Phantom Five now.

The Phantom Five will include 10 songs that showcases lead singer/last original founding member Aaron Bruno’s mastery of various impulses and urges through his experience with AWOLNATION.

AWOLNATION also released a new single and music video for “Jump Sit Stand March,” which features Emily Armstrong.

“The song is about overstimulation and being frustrated with having to please everybody’s virtues all at the same time,” Bruno said. “There’s a lot of pressure to think a certain way. It’s the opposite of a protest song; it’s actually pointing out that just because everybody’s telling you need to do something, it doesn’t mean you do.”

The Phantom Five serves as a follow-up to their previous record Candy Pop (2023). Bruno added that this upcoming album is almost a “greatest hits album” and is likely to be AWOLNATION’s final release.

Over the summer, AWOLNATION will be joining 311 and the band Neon Trees on the Unity Tour. Click here for more information and to buy your tickets.


July 20 / Hard Rock Cincinnati Outdoor Arena / Cincinnati, OH
July 21 / The Salt Shed / Chicago, IL
July 23 / Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park / Indianapolis, IN
July 24 / Rose Music Center at The Heights / Huber Heights, OH
July 26 / Kresge Auditorium / Interlochen, MI
July 27 / Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre / Sterling Heights, MI
July 28 / Jacobs Pavilion / Cleveland, OH
July 31 / OLG Stage at Fallsview Casino Resort / Niagara Falls, ON
August 3 / Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater / Bridgeport, CT
August 4 / Merriweather Post Pavilion / Columbia, MD
August 6 / BankNH Pavilion / Gilford, NH
August 7 / Leader Bank Pavilion / Boston, MA
August 9 / Roanoke Island Festival Park / Outer Banks, NC
August 10 / Red Hat Amphitheater / Raleigh, NC
August 11 / Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre / Charlotte, NC
August 13 / Firefly Distillery / North Charleston, SC
August 14 / Coca-Cola Roxy / Atlanta, GA
August 15 / Sand Mountain Amphitheater / Albertville, AL
August 17 / The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre / St. Augustine, FL
August 18 / Hard Rock Event Center / Tampa, FL
August 20 / 713 Music Hall / Houston, TX
August 21 / Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park / Austin, TX
August 24 / Arizona Financial Theatre / Phoenix, AZ
August 25 / Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre / San Diego, CA
August 27 / Pacific Amphitheatre / Costa Mesa, CA
August 29 / Hayden Homes Amphitheater / Bend, OR
August 30 / McMenamins Edgefield / Troutdale, OR
August 31 / Marymoor Park / Redmond, WA

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Clare Gehlich
Clare Gehlich
Clare is a recent Stony Brook University graduate, holding a BA in Journalism. She was a journalism intern at Melodic for the spring 2024 semester and currently serves as the album coordinator and is a freelance writer for the magazine.

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