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Today, The Story So Far have released their fifth studio album I Want To Disappear via Pure Noise Records. Produced by Jon Markson (Drug Church, KOYO), the album features previously-released singles “Big Blind”, “Letterman”, and “All This Time” alongside seven brand new The Story So Far tracks. I Want To Disappear comes nearly six years after the band’s previous album Proper Dose, which debuted at #19 on the Billboard 200 chart.

I Want To Disappear is available to stream and purchase now at https://lnk.to/TheStorySoFar

In a candid interview with Rolling Stone, vocalist Parker Cannon opened up about the death of his father and how that experience impacted his writing process, “He was music to me. When he left, it was really difficult for me to push forward and do it again. […] The big thing was learning how to channel grief in terms of writing about it – there were so many first drafts of these songs that will never see the light of day.”

Alongside the announcement, The Story So Far has unveiled a new music video for the track “Watch You Go”. This nostalgic track embodies everything that fans have grown to know and love about The Story So Far. The accompanying music video is full of moments from previous tours, highlighting their connection to their audience while giving viewers an insight what happens in between shows. The music video for “Watch You Go” is available to watch now here.

I Want To Disappear Tracklist

1. All This Time

2. Watch You Go

3. Letterman

4. Jump The Gun

5. Big Blind

6. Nothing To Say

7. Keep You Around

8. You’re Still in My Way

9. White Shores

10. I Want To Disappear

The Story So Far is currently on the road with A Day To Remember, Four Year Strong, Militarie Gun, Pain Of Truth, and Scowl. Tickets for all remaining dates are on sale now at https://thestorysofarca.com/#TOUR

Upcoming The Story So Far Tour Dates

  • June 21 – Atlantic City, NJ – Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena*
  • June 22 – Pittsburgh, PA – The Carrie Furnace – Four Chord Music Festival !
  • June 23 – Scranton, PA – The Pavilion at Montage Mountain*
  • June 25 – Baltimore, MD – Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena#
  • June 26 – Newark, NJ – Prudential Center#
  • June 28 – Boston, MA – The Stage at Suffolk Downs#
  • June 29 – Bridgeport, CT – Hartford Health Care Amphitheatre#
  • June 30 – Gilford, NH – BankNH Pavilion#
  • July 2 – Raleigh, NC – The Red Hat Amphitheater#
  • July 3 – Simpsonville, SC – CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park#
  • July 5 – Dallas, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory#
  • July 6 – Durant, OK – Choctaw Grand Theater#
  • July 7 – San Antonio, TX – Freeman Coliseum#
  • July 9 – Albuquerque, NM – Rio Rancho Events Center^
  • July 10 – Glendale, AZ – Desert Diamon Arena^
  • July 12 – Oakland, CA – Oakland Arena^
  • July 14 – Portland, OR – Theater of the Clouds^
  • July 15 – Seattle, WA – WAMU^
  • July 18 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum^
  • July 19 – San Diego, CA – PetCo Park^
  • July 21 – Salt Lake City, UT – USANA Amphitheatre^
  • July 22 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre^
  • July 24 – La Vista, NE – The Astro Amphitheater^
  • July 25 – Chicago, IL – Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island^
  • July 26 – Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom^
  • July 28 – Nashville, TN – Municipal Auditorium^

! Festival performance

* with A Day To Remember, Four Year Strong, and Militarie Gun

# with A Day To Remember, Four Year Strong, and Pain Of Truth

^ with A Day To Remember, Four Year Strong, and Scowl

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