[Header photo credit: Greg Hunter]

After we heard the first taste of the album earlier, Taking Back Sunday have unveiled the details of Tidal Wave, set to release September 16 via Hopeless Records.

Check out the awesome album art, tracklisting and a video for the song “Tidal Wave” below!

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Physical preorders are available now. Pre-order the album here to receive the single “Tidal Wave” instantly. Its video depicts footage of Taking Back Sunday on the Taste Of Chaos tour with Dashboard Confessional, Saosin and the Early November—where the band have been playing the new track every night. Taking Back Sunday first performed “Tidal Wave” live last December.

Read what the band had to say about their forthcoming album here.

“I'm very excited for people to hear it,” guitarist John Nolan tells hometown newspaper New York Newsday. “I think it’s going to be a surprise to some people. We're all extremely excited about what we've done. It's the culmination of things we've tried over the past two records. I think it's the strongest record we've done since getting back together. We’ve freed ourselves up to go in new directions.”

Tidal Wave will follow up Taking Back Sunday's previous release, Happiness Is, from 2014.

Tidal Wave tracklisting:

1. Death Wolf  
2. Tidal Wave 
3. You Can't Look Back 
4. Fences 
5. All Excess 
6. I Felt It Too 
7. Call Come Running 
8. Holy Water 
9. In The Middle Of It All 
10. We Don't Go In There 
11. Homecoming 
12. I'll Find A Way To Make It What You Want

Remaining Taste Of Chaos dates:

Jun 29 The Crossroads Kansas City, MO
Jun 30 Criterion Theater Oklahoma City, OK
Jul 01 South Side Ballroom Dallas, TX
Jul 02 Revention Music Center Houston, TX
Jul 03 Cedar Park Center Cedar Park, TX
Jul 05 Sumtur Amphitheater Papillion, NE
Jul 06 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, CO
Jul 07 The Great Salt Air Magna, UT
Jul 08 Revolution Event Center Garden City, ID
Jul 09 Xfinity Arena Everett, WA
Jul 10 Cuthbert Amphitheater Eugene, OR
Jul 12 Concord Pavilion Concord, CA
Jul 13 Rotary Amphitheater Fresno, CA
Jul 14 Comerica Theatre Phoenix, AZ
Jul 15 The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, NV
Jul 16 San Manuel Amphitheater San Bernardino, CA

Watch more: APMAs 2015: Taking Back Sunday perform “Better Homes And Gardens” [FULL HD]