February 3, 2016


Saosin Announce New Album, First in 7 Years and Since Anthony Green's Return

EpitaphRecords on YouTube
EpitaphRecords on YouTube

Before Circa Survive, before Anthony Green's solo work, there was Saosin. And even before the band's first album, Green hit the road to do his own thing. Now the act is hyping its long-overdue follow-up to September 2009's In Search of Solid Ground, also its first recording with Green since the 2003 EP Translating the Name. Check out a preview of the sound below:

Saosin announced on Wednesday that it's signed with Epitaph Records; there's no further info on the album's title or release date. A statement from Green (via Diffuser) reads:

“Making this record was such a sentimental thing for me. You can literally hear us making amends with each other while lamenting on our experiences together. It was very healing and cathartic, and might be the heaviest thing I’ve been a part of since the first EP.”

Green has been back with Saosin since 2014. The band will hit the road in March, possibly hinting at when we can expect the new album. The tour dates, which will feature Young and Heartless, are:

March 11 - Silver Spring, MD - The Fillmore
March 12 - Norfolk, VA - The NorVa
March 13 - Charlotte, NC - Amo's South End
March 16 - St. Louis, MO - The Ready Room
March 18 - New Orleans, LA - Howlin' Wolf
March 19 - Grand Prairie, TX - QuikTrip Park
March 20 - Grand Prairie, TX - QuikTrip Park
March 22 - Jacksonville, FL - Mavericks
March 23 - Orlando, FL - The Beacham
March 24 - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Revolution Live
April 2 - Las Vegas, NV - Extreme Thing