Rock icons CHEAP TRICK are partnering with PledgeMusic on a pre-order campaign for their anticipated forthcoming album, "We're All Alright!" Fans who order the album will not only be among the first to hear brand-new tracks, but will also have access to limited-edition CHEAP TRICK merchandise available exclusively through PledgeMusic.Pledgers can pre-order the album in digital, CD, and vinyl form now on CHEAP TRICK's campaign page. The leaders in direct-to-fan platforms, PledgeMusic allows artists to get more personal with their fans, offering pledgers updates straight from the band and items not available anywhere else. "We're All Alright!" blends past and present material: featuring brand new content written specifically for the album as well as a handful of previously unrecorded tracks written throughout the band's illustrious career. Fans who pre-order the album via PledgeMusic will get the AccessPass, which will give them early access to a digital download; plus recording updates, bonus content, video clips and much more. Pledgers will also be able to pledge on a piece of the band's illustrious history with special limited-edition merchandise. These include: a Signed Drumhead Bundle including a 12-inch drumhead replica from their touring set, deluxe CD, album T-shirt, checkered CHEAP TRICK socks, and "We're All Alright!" guitar picks; Test Pressing Bundle including a signed and numbered original test pressing of the new album and a CHEAP TRICK LP vinyl slip mat; a personalized video message recorded by the band specifically for you; a signed limited-edition lithographic album poster; a signed CHEAP TRICK road case used by the band and crew in the '70s during their tours with AC/DC, KANSAS and KISS, and much more. "We're All Alright!" will be released on June 16 and will be followed by a worldwide tour.
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