The release has been over three years in the works.
ArcTanGent will take place from 18th – 20th August at Fernhill Farm, near Bristol.
The band will be playing 8 shows ahead of the Holy Road tenth anniversary shindig.
Taking over The Dome and The Boston Music Rooms, it looks like Holy Roar know how to throw a party.
The album is free / pay what you want until midday tomorrow.
The video features behind-the-scenes footage shot on the road.
The tour will coincide with the release of a new single, ‘Embers’.
Few bands make it to a decade in the limelight. Even fewer are still trying something new. Then again, most bands just aren’t Rolo Tomassi.
Twenty new bands have been announced for this year’s festival.
The band will also play Tramlines, Y Not and ArcTanGent festivals, before supporting Fall of Troy this August.
The band debut the first cut from their new album ‘Grievances’, and announce four special London shows.