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Pop punks Roam have announced their new album, 'Smile Wide'

They've shared lead single ‘I Don’t Think I Live There Anymore’, too.
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Published: 10:40 am, July 02, 2019
Pop punks Roam have announced their new album, 'Smile Wide'

Roam have announced their third album ‘Smile Wide’, the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Backbone’, and 2017’s ‘Great Heights & Nosedives’.

Due 6th September via Hopeless Records, the full-length is preceded by lead single ‘I Don’t Think I Live There Anymore’.

“This track uses the idea of an out of body experience to exemplify the feeling of being out of control in any situation,” explains guitarist and vocalist Alex Adam.

“It follows the protagonist as they wander vacant through life, doing as they're told, going where they’re told...”

The record's track listing reads:

1. Better In Than Out
2. I Don’t Think I Live There Anymore
3. LOUD
4. Play Dumb
5. Fire On The Ceiling
6. Piranha
7. Red & Blue
8. Hand Grenade
9. Toy Box
10. Turn

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