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Tonight Alive announce new album ‘Limitless’

After months of waiting, and a few days of the hashtag #TAOCT30, Tonight Alive have announced the details of their third studio album.

It’s called ‘Limitless‘, it’s out March 4th 2016 and the first track ‘Human Interaction‘ is below. What are you waiting for?

“‘Limitless’ is a record that is just as much about redefining boundaries as it is about challenging the illusory concept of boundaries itself. Our mission in both the song writing and recording process was to dissolve all restriction and repression of the mental, physical and spiritual; and grant ourselves an opportunity to be expressive at our highest capacity,” explains Jenna McDougall.

“Following an emotional reaction to our second record ‘The Other Side’ and the healing of its touring cycle, we found the clarity to explore a newfound, centred version of ourselves where creating something meaningful and everlasting was of the highest importance.

”We tore away every formula, structure and safety net we knew to embrace a complete unlearning and evolution. This record shares our journey of harnessing personal power and acts as the long awaited answer to the questions of our previous records.”

Sounds exciting.

The band kick off a world tour in January, taking in Australia, Europe, UK and America. All the dates are below the snazzy poster for the UK leg of the tour, which sees Milk Teeth and Our Last Night supporting.

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Tonight Alive ‘Limitless’ World Tour dates are as follows, with tickets on sale over the next week.

17 Max Watts, Melbourne
21 The Triffid, Brisbane
29 Metro Theatre, Sydney

02 Sala Cats, Madrid
03 Sala Apolo, Barcelona
05 Fabrique, Milan
06 Dynamon, Zurich
07 Strom, Munich
08 Arena, Vienna
10 Musik & Frieden, Berlin
11 Hafenklang, Hamburg
12 Luxor, Cologne
13 La Maroquinerie, Paris
14 Melkweg, Amsterdam
16 La Peniche, Lille
18 Kentish Town Forum, London
19 Ritz, Manchester
20 Newcastle University, Newcastle
21 ABC, Glasgow
23 Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth
24 Academy, Bristol
26 Institute, Birmingham

01 Bottom Lounge, Chicago
02 The Rave, Milwaukee
03 The Crofoot, Pontiac
04 Waiting Room, Buffalo
05 Irving Plaza, New York
06 The Sinclair, Cambridge
08 Soundstage, Baltimore
09 TBD, Philadelphia
10 Greene Street Club, Greensboro
11 The Masquerade, Atlanta
12 TBD, Orlando
14 Walter’s Downtown, Houston
15 Trees, Dallas
17 Nile Theatre, Mesa
18 Soma, San Diego
19 Self Help Fest, San Bernadino
20 Slim’s, San Francisco
21 Ace Of Spades, Sacramento
23 Hawthorne Theatre, Portland
24 Neumos, Seattle
26 In The Venue, Salt Lake City
27 Marquis, Denver

Limitless‘, as with most albums, has artwork and a tracklisting. They look like this.

1. To Be Free
2. Oxygen
3. Human Interaction
4. Drive
5. How Does It Feel?
6. Waves
7. Everywhere
8. Power of One
9. I Defy
10. We Are
11. The Greatest

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