Goo Goo Dolls New Album ‘Boxes’ Released Today‏

Goo Goo Dolls’ highly anticipated new album Boxes is out worldwide today via Warner Bros. Records. The album features stunning lead single “So Alive,” which the band will perform on Jimmy Kimmel, Live! on May 12. “So Alive” was the #1 most added song at Hot AC radio upon release, and is already charting at #23 and climbing every week. There will be a vinyl version of the album released on June 10th.

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Boxes is a vibrant, sonically forward-looking album that manages to retain what their legions of fans love about the Goo Goo Dolls — indelible melodies with intimate and heartfelt lyrics – whilst still pushing new boundaries in terms of sound and production. Singer and guitarist John Rzeznik enlisted some of his favourite songwriters and producers to collaborate with, including Gregg Wattenberg (with whom Rzeznik wrote four songs on the Goos’ 2013 album Magnetic), Wattenberg’s production partner Derek Fuhrmann, and Drew Pearson (who has worked with Phillip Phillips and OneRepublic).

Goo Goo Dolls — which also includes bassist Robby Takac — will hit the road for an extensive summer headlining tour of amphitheaters and arenas. The tour kicks off in Portland, OR, on July 8th and crisscrosses North America until September 16th. Please see below for all dates. VIP ticket packages are available at  European dates should be announced soon, watch this space!

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