ADELITAS WAY Has Single, EP And Album On The Way

ADELITAS WAY Has Single, EP And Album On The Way

According to The Pulse Of Radio, ADELITAS WAY only just released its last album, "Stuck", in July 2014, but the band is gearing up to bring more new music to the masses. In a post at their official Twitter page on Wednesday (January 14), the band revealed that they will issue a new single in February, followed by a five-song EP in March and a new full-length album this summer.

But the band won't be locked in a studio during that time either. They perform Friday (January 16) in Las Vegas, then will take a couple of weeks off before starting the SnoCore Tour on February 3 in Charlotte, North Carolina alongside FRAMING HANLEY and headliners FLYLEAF.

ADELITAS WAY frontman Rick DeJesus told The Pulse Of Radio a while back that getting to be friends with your tourmates doesn't happen overnight. "You really don't become friends with a lot of bands 'til the first, like, two or three weeks in," he said. "The first week is always kind of everyone feeling each other out, the crews feeling each other's about feeling out the right situations first, and then I think after everybody gets everyone's patterns down, you start interacting with each other, bumping into each other, and then by the end of tour no one wants to leave."

The "Stuck" album, the band's third, featured the singles "Dog On A Leash" and "Save The World".


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