UPDATE: JUNE 4, 2013 AT 4:20 p.m. ET
The Dangerous Summer have now released a music video for "Catholic Girls," the song they debuted on iTunes this morning. Check it out below along with all the earlier announced details of their upcoming album, Golden Record.
UPDATE: JUNE 4, 2013 AT 12:35 p.m. ET
The Dangerous Summer have posted a pre-order for their next album, Golden Record, on iTunes. The expected release is listed as August 6 via Hopeless Records. Check out the album artwork and track listing below:
1. Catholic Girls
6. We Will Wait In The Fog
7. Miles Apart
8. Into The Comfort
9.I’m So Pathetic
11. Sins (Revisited)
12. Catholic Girls (Revisited)
13. Miles Apart (Revisited)
14. Sins (Acoustic Demo Version)
ORIGINAL POST: JUNE 4, 2013 at 10:20 a.m. ET
The Dangerous Summer have released a new song, "Catholic Girls," on iTunes after two weeks worth of teasers on their Facebook page.
One of the teasers included posting the lyrics, which can be seen below along with an acoustic performance of the track and its artwork. In this video vocalist/bassist AJ Perdomo reveals that "Catholic Girls" is the first song off of their upcoming album.
The band also posted some new music last week, but noted that it would not be on the upcoming album.
The Dangerous Summer's most recent album, War Paint, was released in 2011 via Hopeless Records.
They will be hitting the road for a tour with Cute Is What We Aim For starting this week. See those dates below as well:
6/7 — New York, NY @ The Studio at Webster Hall
6/8 — Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
6/9 — Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
6/11 — West Chester, PA @ The Note
6/12 — Norfolk, VA @ The Norva
6/13 — Charlotte, NC @ Visulite Theatre
6/14 — Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
6/15 — Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
6/16 — Columbus, OH @ The Basement
6/18 — Akron, OH @ Musica
6/19 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
6/20 — Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room
Even with the walls around me,
I'll always miss the place where
I grew up.
It made us tough.
Simple love and wealthy families;
suicides of kids that died too young.
It broke us up.
And I remember laughing
when we caught up;
asking if that was still a part of me.
It's still a part of me.
At night we used to drive
until we couldn't.
All that we wanted
was some company,
and it was comforting.
We'll all carry on into the world.
Innocence was hard to stand by,
even with those catholic girls we loved;
when they gave it up.
Life goes on.
Visit with the Virden family;
Step inside the house i first felt love.
I earned that cut.
And Loriann i know you're out there
watching us continue to grow up.
You gave too much
Your life goes on.