The Dangerous Summer are back with Mother Nature, an album they locked themselves into a studio for two months of sound searching, experimentation and playing 4:00 a.m. full band writing sessions to make.
Mother Nature is the record the Dangerous Summer feel they reunited to make and in this APTV exclusive, they give fans insight into their eccentric, career-defining writing process and provide a commentary track for the music video for their stunning lead single “Where Were You When The Sky Opened Up.”
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The band showed off the album art for Mother Nature along with a description on Twitter, describing it as “a raw force; and one that will give us life and swallow us all in the same breath.”

The Dangerous Summer will be making an appearance at 2000trees festival after wrapping up their upcoming tour. Tickets for the festival can be found here.

Mother Nature drops June 14 via Hopeless Records, with a release date yet to come. The Mother Nature tour kicks off this May in Columbus, Ohio. Tickets will be available April 5 at 12:00 p.m. local time here. Check out dates below!

Dates:

05/24 – Columbus, OH @ Woodlands Tavern
05/25 – Howell, MI @ Hartland Performing Arts Center
05/26 – Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
05/28 – Indianapolis, IN @ Hoosier Dome
05/29 – St Louis, MO @ Firebird
05/31 – Kansas City, MO @ The Rino
06/01 – Denver, CO @ Marquis
06/04 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
06/05 – Highland Park, CA @ Hi Hat
06/07 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction

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06/08 – Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
06/10 – Austin, TX @ Mohawk
06/11 – Dallas, TX @ The Prophet Bar
06/13 – Orlando, FL @ Soundbar
06/14 – Raleigh, NC @ IMURJ
06/15 – Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
06/16 – Asbury Park, NJ @ House of Independents
06/18 – Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
06/19 – Somerville, MA @ ONCE Ballroom
06/21 – New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge
06/22 – Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery

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