Anberlin plan fall tour in support of new album

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Anberlin have revealed plans for a fall tour that will include a stop at Boston’s Paradise Rock Club on Thursday, October 28. Tickets for show are now on sale through Live Nation for $17.50. South Africa-based rockers Civil Twilight will open the show.

The Florida-based rockers will be touring in support of their forthcoming album, Dark Is the Way, Light Is A Place, which is set to hit stores on September 21. The new release, the band’s fifth studio effort, is produced by Brendan O’Brien (Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam). The band was ecstatic for the chance to work with such a renowned producer in as O’Brien. In an interview with Spin, lead singer Stephen Christian described the experience by saying, “Say it’s like soccer, and you always played at a middle school level, but suddenly, you’re at the World Cup stage and this is it, you know? This is that one chance… That’s what recording Dark felt like.”

“Impossible”, lead single off Dark Is the Way, Light Is A Place which has peaked at #8 on Billboard’s Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart since its release last month, is now streaming on the band’s MySpace.

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