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ROAM rock themselves to eviction with new music video

The band is gearing up for a big release this fall.

July 1, 2019
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ROAM have just announced the details of their upcoming album after revealing a co-headline tour last week alongside With Confidence. 

The album is called Smile Wide, and the band dropped the first single and video from it for “I Don’t Think I Live There Anymore” 

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The band made the big announcement on social media and shared the video. 

Smile Wide is set to drop Sept. 6 and you can preorder it here

Also, you can see the full video for  “I Don’t Think I Live There Anymore” down below. 

As previously stated, the band just announced a co-headline tour with With Confidence. You can see all the information for that down below.

More ROAM news

ROAM’s Alex Costello and Sam Veness sat down in an APTV exclusive to show you how to play “Flatline” and “Playing Fiction.”


This wasn’t ROAM’s first visit with APTV. The band visited the offices of Alternative Press to share some of their many spooky stories. Spooky stories include the surprisingly creepy tale of the faint sound of trickling urine heard during an evening stroll near a haunted castle.

The ROAM boys also recalled a particularly chilling experience they had while touring with pop punk legends New Found Glory. That experience apparently moved a member to tears. They also shared an encounter with the haunting sound of someone running in an attic.

You can check out the video below. 

How excited are you for ROAM’s next album? Sound off in the comments down below!

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Written by Alex Darus