Jimmy Eat World post “I Will Steal You Back” video

May 31, 2013
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Jimmy Eat World have released a new music video for “I Will Steal You Back,” from their upcoming album Damage

The new album is out June 11 via RCA Records. It's currently available for pre-order in a variety of formats, including CD, vinyl, and digital.

Check out the video, below.

Described by frontman Jim Adkins as “an adult breakup record,” Damage was produced by Alain Johannes in Los Angeles, partially using analog tape. The record marks Jimmy Eat World's first release with RCA, and is the followup to 2010's Invented

The band recently concluded a five-city tour of their home state, Arizona, and are set to hit the road for a full U.S. Tour this summer. Check out a full list of tour dates, below.

June 30 – Club Zoo – Pittsburg, PA
July 2 –  House of Blues – Cleveland, OH
July 3 – Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY
July 6 – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Detroit, MI
July 8 – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN
July 10 – Wilma Theatre – Missoula, MT
July 15 – Showbox Sodo – Seattle, WA
July 16 – Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR
July 17 – Knitting Factory – Boise, ID
July 18 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT
July 20 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO 
Aug. 4 – State Theatre – Portland, ME
Aug. 5 – House of Blues – Boston, MA
Aug. 7 – Central Park Summerstage – New York, NY 
Aug. 10 – The National- Richmond, VA
Aug. 11 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC
Aug. 13 – Fillmore Charlotte – Charlotte, NC
Aug. 14 – Center Stage Atlanta – Atlanta, GA
Aug. 16 – Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN
Aug. 17 – Egyptian Room Music Centre – Indianapolis, IN
Aug. 18 – Vic Theatre – Chicago, IL

Written by Philip Obenschain

APTV Nashville Correspondent Born and raised on a steady diet of punk rock and DIY culture in Staunton, Virginia, and now residing in Nashville, Tennessee, Philip Obenschain has spent time as a touring artist, artist manager, and show promoter, and is currently involved in television production and music tech, outside of journalism. In addition to his work at Alt Press and APTV, Philip is the assistant editor at No Country For New Nashville.