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311: New Album ‘MOSAIC’ Out June 23 On BMG Pre-Order Available Now; Cover Artwork Unveiled Today

Multi-platinum band 311 have formally announced the June 23 release date of their 12th studio album MOSAIC (BMG) alongside the reveal of its unique album cover–which is made up of nearly 10,000 photos submitted by fans. Even the image of the 5 band members on the cover is made up of tiny fan photos–to solidify the concept of band and fans as one. Fans can view a high-resolution pan & zoom mosaic of the cover image now at 311AlbumArt.com.

“This cover captures the spirit of the collective nature that is 311–band and fans together to form something greater than the sum of its parts.”says NICK HEXUM (singer/guitarist). CHAD SEXTON (drums) adds, “We have a very symbiotic relationship with our fans that see us on tour year after year. We wanted to have an album title that would describe our fan base, our band & our music. And to tie all of this into a concept that could be presented in the album artwork as well.”

Beginning today, April 13, pre-orders of MOSAIC will come with the first single “Too Much To Think” and the new song “Too Late.” Listen to “Too Late” (here) and pre-order the new album MOSAIC (here).

MOSAIC‘s first single “Too Much To Think”–one of 17 songs from the new album, which NICK HEXUM calls “a menagerie of styles created by five friends and our extended musical family at our best! Innovation, fun, chops, and heart”–premiered at alternative radio on March 10–and is already #28 on the Alternative chart. Watch the lyric video for the song (here). The album was produced by John Feldmann (Blink-182, Panic! At The Disco, etc.) and Scotch Ralston (who produced 311’s iconic Transistor, Soundsystem and Stereolithic albums). With MOSAIC, 311 are approaching their 10th consecutive Top 10 album debut on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart.

311 will hit the road summer 2017 for an eight-week headlining tour of North America. Marking the group’s 18th consecutive summer headlining the U.S, the outing features special guests New Politics plus The Skints / Passafire (on select shows). 311 will also make headline appearances at several festivals and radio events. *The full tour itinerary (June 22-Aug 20) is listed below and at: http://www.311.com/shows.

MOSAIC is available to pre-order now at Pledge Music http://www.pledgemusic.com/ThreeEleven and all other digital service providers here: http://smarturl.it/MosaicAR.

Watch and share the lyric video for “Too Much To Think” (here):

Check out the track listing for MOSAIC below:

1.

Too Much to Think

2.

Wildfire

3.

The Night is Young

4.

Island Sun

5.

Perfect Mistake

6.

Extension

7.

Inside Our Home

8.

‘Til the City’s on Fire

9.

Too Late

10.

Hey Yo

11.

Places That the Mind Goes

12.

Face in the Wind

13.

Forever Now

14.

Days of ’88

15.

One and the Same

16.

Syntax Error

17.

On a Roll

Catch 311 on tour this summer in the following cities:

311

2017 SUMMER TOUR DATES:

DATE

LOCATION

VENUE

THU

6/22

Cleveland, OH

Hard Rock Live

SAT

6/24

Montebello, Quebec

Amnesia Rockfest

SUN

6/25

Detroit, MI

The Fillmore

WED

6/28

Columbus, OH

Express Live

THU

6/29

St. Louis, MO

Pageant Theatre

FRI

6/30

Lincoln, NE

Lincoln on the Streets Party

SUN

7/2

Chicago, IL

Northerly Island Pavilion

MON

7/3

Kansas City, MO

Crossroads

TUE

7/4

Indianapolis, IN

Pavilion at Pan Am Plaza

THU

7/6

Pittsburgh, PA

Stage AE

FRI

7/7

Hampton Beach, NH

HB Casino

SAT

7/8

Portland, ME

Maine State Pier

MON

7/10

Buffalo, NY

Artpark

TUE

7/11

New York City, NY

Hammerstein Ballroom

FRI

7/14

Long Island, NY

Great South Bay Music Festival

SAT

7/15

Asbury Park, NJ

Stone Pony Summerstage

SUN

7/16

Boston, MA

Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

WED

7/19

Glen Allen, VA

Innsbrook After Hours

FRI

7/21

Philadelphia, PA

Penns Landing at Festival Pier

SAT

7/22

Hartford, CT

CT Convention Center

MON

7/24

Washington, D.C.

Fillmore Silver Spring

TUE

7/25

Washington, D.C.

Fillmore Silver Spring

WED

7/26

Charlotte, NC

Metro Credit Union Amphitheater

FRI

7/28

Atlanta, GA

Tabernacle

SAT

7/29

Atlanta, GA

Tabernacle

SUN

7/30

Myrtle Beach, SC

House of Blues

TUE

8/1

Boca Raton, FL

Sunset Cove Amphitheater

WED

8/2

St Augustine, FL

St Augustine Amphitheater

FRI

8/4

New Orleans, LA

Bold Sphere Amphitheater

SAT

8/5

Houston, TX

Revention Music Center

SUN

8/6

New Braunfels, TX

Whitewater Amp

TUE

8/8

Dallas, TX

Southside Ballroom

THU

8/10

Albuquerque, NM

Sandia Casino

FRI

8/11

Denver, CO

Levitt Pavilion

SAT

8/12

Salt Lake City, UT

USANA Amphitheater

MON

8/14

Boise, ID

Revolution Concert House

TUE

8/15

Eugene, OR

Cuthbert Amphitheater

WED

8/16

San Jose, CA

City National Civic

FRI

8/18

Las Vegas, NV

Mandalay Bay Beach

SAT

8/19

Los Angeles, CA

Hollywood Palladium

SUN

8/20

San Diego, CA

Cal Coast Credit Union OAT

FRI

9/1

Virginia Beach, VA

American Music Festival

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