Plain White T’s Announce New Album ‘American Nights,’ Tour Dates

Plain White T's - American Nights

Plain White T’s have announced they will be releasing their upcoming fourth studio album, American Nights on February 11th. In excitement for their album announcement, the band have also released the album’s first single, which in Plain White T’s fashion is a song we’ve previously heard titled, “The Giving Tree.” “The Giving Tree” is a great song but I don’t particularly think it makes for a great first single, but I’m sure the tone of the track will lend it’s branches to the album’s other tracks.

Personally, I hope all four tracks featured on the band’s latest EP, Should’ve Gone To Bed make their way onto the new album as I feel they would mesh together perfectly in a well woven story. You can stream “The Giving Tree” and the band’s latest EP below, as well as check out a string of new tour dates:

Tour Dates:

November:

5th: World Cafe Live at The Queen – Wilmington, DE

7th: Blue Ocean Music Hall – Salisbury, MA

8th: The Stone Pony – Asbury Park, NJ

9th: The Space at Westbury – Westbury, NY

10th: Rams Head Live – Baltimore, MD

13th: Headliners Music Hall – Louisville, KY – Headliners Music Hall

17th: St. Ambrose University – Davenport, IA

18th: Augustana College – Sioux Falls, SD

20th: The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI

22nd: Higher Ground – Burlington, VT

23rd: The Asylum – Portland, ME

If you plan on attending any of the above tour dates, you can find ticket information over on Plain White T’s official website.

So blasties, what are your expectations like at the time being for Plain White T’s upcoming album American Nights? What song’s from Should’ve Gone To Bed would you like to see on the new album? Let us know in the comments down below!

You can currently pre-order American Nights over on Amazon now.

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