Collective Soul Announce New Album, ‘See What You Started By Continuing’

2014-02-12

Story by Anne Erickson

Collective Soul will release their ninth studio album, ‘See What You Started by Continuing,’ this summer

New tunes from Collective Soul are on the way. The beloved ’90s alternative rock band has announced that its new album, titled “See What You Started by Continuing,” will reach stores this summer. The release will mark Collective Soul’s ninth studio album.

“As a band we have experienced and developed so much as musicians and people in the last twenty years. This album represents a full circle, coming back to the roots of Collective Soul, and continuing to build on the music that we started making from the beginning,” Collective Soul vocalist Ed Roland said in a statement.

While Collective Soul have yet to release a track list or specific release date for “Hints, Allegations and Things Left Unsaid,” the band has announced a handful of spring tour dates. View the band’s full upcoming roster below.

Collective Soul broke onto the alternative rock scene with their 1993 debut album, “Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid,” which featured the rock radio hit “Shine.” The band went on to sign with Atlantic Records and churn out more chart-toppers, such as “The World I Know,” “December” and “When the Water Falls.”

Collective 2014 Tour Dates:

2/22 — Miami, Fla., Rock the Boat Festival
2/28 — Fort Pierce, Fla., Sunrise Theatre
3/1 — Orlando, Fla., Universal Studios Mardi Gras Festival
3/2 — St. Petersburg, Fla., Mahaffey Theatre
4/1 — Nanaimo, BC, Port Theatre
4/2 — Victoria, BC, Royal Theatre
4/4 — Kelowna, BC, Prospera Place
4/5 — Richmond, BC, River Rock Casino Resort
4/7 — Medicine Hat, AB, Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre (Sold Out)
4/9 — Red Deer, AB, Memorial Centre Auditorium (Sold Out)
4/10 — Edmonton, AB, The Ranch Roadhouse
4/11 — Calgary, AB, Cowboys Dance Hall
4/12 — Saskatoon, SK, O’Brians Event Center
4/14 — Winnipeg, MB, The Oak
4/15 — Thunder Bay, ON, Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
4/17 — Walker, Minn., MoonDance Jam




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