Multi-platinum band 311 have formally announced the June 23 release date of their 12th studio album MOSAIC along with an 8-week headline tour.

The new 311 album MOSAIC will be released on June 23 with a unique album cover that is comprised of nearly 10,000 photos submitted by fans including the image of the 5 band members.  Fans can view a high-resolution pan & zoom mosaic of the cover image now at 311AlbumArt.com.

MOSAIC contains 17 tracks including the single “Too Much to Think”, along with the songs “Too Late” and “Perfect Mistake” that fans can download now if they pre-ordered the album.  Fans can check out the official video for “Too Much to Think” here.  The album was produced by John Feldmann (Blink-182, Panic! At The Disco, etc.) and Scotch Ralston.  It is the follow-up studio album to the 2014 release Stereolithic that was also produced by Scotch Ralston.  With MOSAIC, 311 are approaching their 10th consecutive Top 10 album debut on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart.

311 has been building and continues to expand it fan base through incessant touring including the annual 311 Caribbean Cruise, as well as 11 studio albums that have spawned popular hits such as “Down”, “All Mixed Up”, “Beautiful Disaster”, “Come Original”, “Champagne”, “Amber”, “Creatures (For a While)”, “Beyond the Gray Sky”, and even a cover of The Cure’s “Love Song”.  MOSAIC will be the band’s 12th studio release.  311 are originally from Omaha, NE, but now reside in Los Angeles.  The band consists of singer/guitarist Nick Hexum, singer S.A. Martinez, guitarist Tim Mahoney, drummer Chad Sexton and bassist P-Nut.

311 is heading out on an eight-week headlining tour of North America on June 22 featuring special guests New Politics plus The Skints / Passafire (on select shows), along with some select festival appearances.  This marks the 18th consecutive year that 311 has embarked on their summer Unity Tour.  It is a tour full of fun, engaging music that diehard fans look forward to year after year.

The full summer tour schedule is listed below.

6/22 Cleveland, OH Hard Rock Live
6/24 Montebello, Quebec Amnesia Rockfest
6/25 Detroit, MI The Fillmore
6/28 Columbus, OH Express Live
6/29 St. Louis, MO Pageant Theatre
6/30 Lincoln, NE Lincoln on the Streets Party
7/2 Chicago, IL Northerly Island Pavilion
7/3 Kansas City, MO Crossroads
7/4 Indianapolis, IN Pavilion at Pan Am Plaza
7/6 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
7/7 Hampton Beach, NH HB Casino
7/8 Portland, ME Maine State Pier
7/10 Buffalo, NY Artpark
7/11 New York City, NY Hammerstein Ballroom
7/14 Long Island, NY Great South Bay Music Festival
7/15 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony Summerstage
7/16 Boston, MA Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
7/19 Glen Allen, VA Innsbrook After Hours
7/21 Philadelphia, PA Penns Landing at Festival Pier
7/22 Hartford, CT CT Convention Center
7/24 Washington, D.C. Fillmore Silver Spring 
7/25 Washington, D.C. Fillmore Silver Spring
7/26 Charlotte, NC Metro Credit Union Amphitheater
7/28 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle
7/29 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle
7/30 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues
8/1 Boca Raton, FL Sunset Cove Amphitheater
8/2 St Augustine, FL St Augustine Amphitheater
8/4 New Orleans, LA Bold Sphere Amphitheater
8/5 Houston, TX Revention Music Center
8/6 New Braunfels, TX Whitewater Amp
8/8 Dallas, TX Southside Ballroom
8/10 Albuquerque, NM Sandia Casino
8/11 Denver, CO Levitt Pavilion
8/12 Salt Lake City, UT USANA Amphitheater
8/14 Boise, ID Revolution Concert House
8/15 Eugene, OR Cuthbert Amphitheater
8/16 San Jose, CA City National Civic
8/18 Las Vegas, NV Mandalay Bay Beach
8/19 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium
8/20 San Diego, CA Cal Coast Credit Union OAT
9/1 Virginia Beach, VA American Music Festival

 

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