The weather is warming up — or it will soon — and with it comes another new record from 311.
The long-running rock/rap/reggae band announced that they’ll release a new studio album, the follow-up to 2014’s Stereolithic, sometime this summer. UPDATE: The band revealed that the album is titled Mosaic.
To date, 311 have released 11 studio albums since forming in Omaha, Nebraska in 1988. Throughout the years, they’ve amassed a passionate global audience that has allowed them to continue to tour, release new music and go on biennial Caribbean cruises — with their next setting sail on March 2 from Tampa to Cozumel.
Pre-orders for the album were put up on PledgeMusic in a variety of formats, including bundles with signed memorabilia and exclusive access to their (forthcoming) summer tour announcements.
Musically, the album will include 17 new songs (as revealed by the band on PledgeMusic), and a handful of tracks were produced by John Feldmann (who produced Blink-182’s Grammy-nominated 2016 album California, among many other big albums throughout his career).
At this point, the band has no information regarding an album title/track listing or artwork, but there is a snippet of a new recording at the PledgeMusic page for curious fans.
Bassist Aaron “P-Nut” Wills spoke with us about David Bowie at the NAMM Show in 2016, so check that out while you wait for some new music to surface from this new record…
And stay tuned for more!