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Jimmy Eat World announce new album ‘Surviving’, along with some UK shows this October

Out on October 18th, new song ‘All The Way (Stay)’ is also out. Lots going on.
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Published: 10:29 pm, September 23, 2019Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Oliver Halfin.
Jimmy Eat World announce new album ‘Surviving’, along with some UK shows this October

Jimmy Eat World have revealed details of their 10th studio album ‘Surviving’ along with new music and details of some album-week shows in the UK.

Talking about the album, singer Jim Adkins explains that “‘Surviving’ explores some of the different kinds of weights my ego tells me I have to carry, what I see people around me choosing to carry and what I have found to be the truth when I choose to let go”.

Out on October 18th, the news comes with some brand new music in the form of ‘All The Way (Stay)’ and a re-recorded version of ‘Love Never’ - originally released last year on vinyl only and set to make an appearance on the album itself.

Jimmy Eat World will return to the UK for some intimate shows on album release week, calling into The Leadmill in Sheffield on October 17th, Banquet Records in Kingston on October 19th and London’s Metropolis Studios on October 20th. Those tickets will go quick we reckon.

Check out ‘All The Way (Stay)’, a new version of ‘Love Never’ and full details on ‘Surviving’ below:

'Surviving' Track Listing

Surviving
Criminal Energy
Delivery
555
One Mil
All The Way (Stay)
Diamond
Love Never
Recommit
Congratulations

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