Listen: Culture Abuse have announced their new album ‘Bay Dream’

Culture Abuse have announced their new album ‘Bay Dream’

The album - out on 15th June via Epitaph - is being previewed by first single ‘Calm E’.

Culture Abuse have announced details of their new album! ‘Bay Dream’ will come out on 15th June via Epitaph, and is being previewed by swirling first single ‘Calm E’.

Speaking about the track in a press release, frontman David Kelling says: “I wrote songs in my head until I got a guitar. Just going after the sound that I think each song needs individually, so the sound is in constant change.”

The band, who signed to Epitaph for the forthcoming full-length, are set to return to the UK in early June for three shows, at Download and in support of The Bronx.

View the dates and listen to ‘Calm E’ below.

JUNE
08 Download Festival
09 Manchester, Gorilla (with The Bronx)
10 London, Electric Ballroom (with The Bronx)

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