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Cold War Kids Announce New Album 'New Age Norms 1', Share New Song Waiting For Your Love

Tuesday, 10 September 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Rodrigo Villordo

Cold War Kids have announced details of their new album.

Produced by Lars Stalfors, 'New Age Norms 1' is set to land on November 1 and marks the first in a three-album trilogy from the California-based quintet.

The news comes with the premiere of their new upbeat single, Waiting For Your Love, a song about finally finding the person you've been looking for. It follows the previously shared album tracks Complainer and 4th of July, their first new music in more than two years that arrived this summer. Lead vocalist and guitarist Nathan Willett said:

"Last summer we were on tour when Kanye was putting out his new records. Pusha T, Kids See Ghosts, Nas, etc. They were eight songs each. It was so fun waking up to these brand new records and taking them in as a whole while hanging out, working out, talking, pushing each other.

"I knew then I wanted our next release to be three volumes - eight songs each. Without the baggage and hoopla of a full record/tour/concept - more spread out - loose and inspired. Make it feel like you are listening to music that was made the night before. New Age Norms is a phrase Maust had written on a tee shirt. It seemed to summarize this moment we are in as a band and as a country. More on that later..."

Head below to view the album's cover art — by the band's bassist and acclaimed artist Matt Maust, tracklist and latest single Waiting For Your Love.

Cold War Kids will accompany the album's release with a North American headline tour, the first leg of which begins on October 4 in Salt Lake City and continues through to the end of November before picking back up in the new year.

'New Age Norms 1' tracklist:

1. Complainer
2. Fine Fine Fine
3. Waiting For Your Love
 4. Beyond The Pale
5. Dirt In My Eyes
6. 4th of July
7. Calm Your Nerves
8. Tricky Devil

Cold War Kids Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri October 04 2019 - SALT LAKE CITY Utah - Depot - Salt Lake City (USA)
Sun October 06 2019 - BOULDER Colorado - Boulder Theater (USA)
Tue October 08 2019 - OKLAHOMA CITY Oklahoma - Jones Assembly (USA)
Wed October 09 2019 - DALLAS Texas - Rustic (USA)
Thu October 10 2019 - HOUSTON Texas - Rustic - Houston (USA)
Fri October 11 2019 - SAN ANTONIO Texas - Rustic - San Antonio (USA)
Mon October 14 2019 - SANTA FE New Mexico - Meow Wolf (USA)
Thu November 14 2019 - PHOENIX Arizona - Van Buren (USA)
Fri November 15 2019 - SAN DIEGO California - Observatory - North Park (USA)
Sat November 16 2019 - ANAHEIM California - House Of Blues - Anaheim (USA)
Sun November 17 2019 - SAN LUIS OBISPO California - Fremont Theater - CA (USA)
Mon November 18 2019 - SACRAMENTO California - Ace of Spades (USA)
Wed November 20 2019 - SAN FRANCISCO California - Fillmore - San Francisco (USA)
Fri November 22 2019 - SANTA CRUZ California - Live in the Atrium at The Catalyst (USA)

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