Doll Skin joined the Hopeless Records family. The band also announced their next album, Love Is Dead And We Killed Her.

They began teasing fans earlier this month, tweeting a SpongeBob SquarePants-inspired meme. With it, they included “you know what’s better than 24? 23…,” which we now know is today’s date and their big reveal.

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They continued the cryptic posts throughout the month with rat-inspired messaging. Last Saturday, they tweeted “Tuesday? Tuesday.” then changed their profile picture to the color red.

Today, Doll Skin finally announced their Hopeless signing and the new album.

The LP is inspired by events that heavily affected the band.

“This album was written about traumatic or extraordinary events that have impacted us as humans and wanted to share those emotions with people who can relate,” they explain. “We want to be vocal for those who may feel like they don’t have a voice. Lots of these songs tackled issues that upset us, and we want to put out a message that we feel matters and to have a point behind all of our songs.”

The album was recorded with Mike Green (Sum 41, As It Is) and Will McCoy (All Time Low, 5 Seconds Of Summer.) It’s available for preorder here, and fans will receive new single “Mark My Words” instantly as a grat track. Love Is Dead And We Killed Her drops June 28.

Doll Skin also released a The Craft-inspired music video for the new song which you can check out below.  

They’re joining New Found Glory, Real Friends and the Early November on tour this summer before heading to the U.K. with Trash Boat. A full list of upcoming dates are below. Tickets are available here.

05/30 – Charleston, SC @ The Music Farm
05/31 – Atlanta, GA @ Heaven at The Masquerade
06/02 – Franklin, TN @ Liberty Hall at The Factory*
06/04 – Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
06/05 – Norfolk, VA @ The NorVa
06/06 – Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
06/07 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall
06/08 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
06/09 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues
06/11 – New York, NY @ Playstation Theater
06/12 – Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
06/14 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
06/15 – Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall**
06/16 – Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew’s Hall
06/18 – Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
06/19 – St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
06/21 – Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater
06/22 – Milwaukee, WI @- The Rave
06/23 – Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall
06/25 – Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theater
06/26 – Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
06/27 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Union Event Center
06/29 – Berkeley, CA @ The UC Theatre
06/30 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
07/02 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco Theater
07/03 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
07/05 – Las Vegas, NV @ House of Blues
07/06 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren
07/08 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live!
07/09 – Austin, TX @ Emo’s Austin
07/10 – Houston, TX @ House of Blues
07/11 – New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
07/13 – Lake Buena Vista, FL @ House of Blues
07/14 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live

* with BreakFEST
** without the Early November

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