Jimmy Eat World stream new album, ‘Damage’

June 3, 2013 by Philip Obenschain

Jimmy Eat World stream new album, ‘Damage’

Jimmy Eat World have made their upcoming album, Damage, available for streaming on their website. Each track will unlock after enough buzz has been generated through Twitter, and you can visit the the site on mobile to view the unlock percentage in real-time. [UPDATE: All tracks have now been unlocked. Stream Damage in its entirety, below.]

Damage is slated for release June 11 through RCA Records, and is currently available for pre-order in a variety of formats, including CD, vinyl, and digital.

The record has been described by the band as "an adult breakup album," and has drawn early comparisons to dark, fan favorite Futures. Produced in Los Angeles by Alain Johannes, Damage marks Jimmy Eat World's first full-length release since 2010's Invented. Stream the full album, below.

Last week, the band released a music video for their new single, "I Will Steal You Back." They also documented their recent home state tour with a special "In the Van" series.

You can catch Jimmy Eat World on the road this summer, for a short run of U.S. dates. Let us know what you think of Damage in the comments!

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