Today, Moose Blood have released their highly anticipated new album I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore, out now via Hopeless Records. Fans can check out the album here:

“There’s almost a circularity to this album when placed next to our first two,” notes lead guitarist Mark Osborne. “The first is full of songs written by enthusiastic, excited kids who just wanted to get their musicout there. ‘Blush’ was more about struggling with some of what came along with that change of lifestyle and ‘I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore’ is really us trying to work through some of what has happened in our lives as a result of doing this band full time. We’ve put everything into this album. We always write like it might be the last album that we ever get to make and we’ve challenged ourselves in every way we could on these songs.”

The new songs examine growing up and learning to become a man, about facing tribulations and coming out stronger on the other side, about tackling what ails your head on, no matter how insurmountable it might seem. Even more than that though, it is comprehensively Moose Blood’s most sonically complete and accomplished body of work to date.

Leading up to the release of I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore, Moose Blood released music videos for “Have I Told You Enough” and “Talk In Your Sleep“. Both can be found on the Hopeless Records YouTube Channel.

Track listing:

1. Have I Told You Enough

2. Talk In Your Sleep

3. Just Outside

4. You Left In The Worst Way

5. All The Time

6. Can We Stay Like This

7. Pull Me From The Floor

8. Walk All Day With You

9. Such A Shame

10. Promise Me

11. It’s Too Much

Moose Blood will soon embark on a North American headline tour with support from Lydia and McCafferty. A full list of cities is below. Offers include a limited edition, tour exclusive vinyl variant of ‘I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore’. Purchase tickets with this special vinyl at

Tickets are on sale now at

Moose Blood North America Tour Dates

w/ Lydia, McCafferty

March 14 – The Royale – Boston, MA

March 15 – Irving Plaza – New York, NY

March 16 – Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA

March 17 – The Stone Pony – Asbury Park, NJ

March 18 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC

March 20 – Canal Club – Richmond, VA

March 21 – Cat’s Cradle – Carrboro, NC

March 23 – Orpheum – Tampa, FL

March 24 – The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA

March 25 – Basement East – Nashville, TN

March 27 – White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX

March 28 – Scoot Inn – Austin, TX

March 29 – Gas Monkey – Dallas, TX

March 31 – The Nile – Phoenix, AZ

April 2 – Quartyard – San Diego, CA

April 3 – The Regent – Los Angeles, CA

April 4 – Slim’s – San Francisco, CA

April 6 – Hawthorne Theater – Portland, OR

April 7 – El Corazon – Seattle, WA

April 9 – The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT

April 10 – Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO

April 12 – The Garage – Burnsville, MN

April 13 – House of Blues – Chicago, IL

April 14 – St. Andrews – Detroit, MI

April 15 – Agora Ballroom – Cleveland, OH

April 17 – Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY

April 18 – The Phoenix – Toronto, ON

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