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Alexisonfire Just Dropped Their First New Music In Nine Years + Announced A Tour

Brii Jamieson
Brii Jamieson 15 February 2019 at 15.03

It's a good day to be an Alexisonfire fan.

Alexisonfire have dropped their first new music in over nine years, after a series of cryptic teasers earlier in the week.

Vocalist George Pettit has shared "'Familiar Drugs' is about recognising you need to make a change in your life, being presented with the opportunity to make that change, and then choosing to do the same thing you always do,".

"It’s about something very specific to me but it can be taken literally or interpreted in any number of ways. Most people have something in their lives they can’t quit: substances, unhealthy relationships, lethargy, self righteousness, a job they hate.

"Familiar Drugs is about choosing comfort over self betterment."

He also candidly shared "Alexisonfire is better now than we ever were - both live and in the studio. We’re excited to explore creatively at the helm of a band which at the same time feels very nostalgic and very current. Looking forward to whatever happens next."

And as if their first new music in almost a decade wasn't enough, they've also announced a series of shows, including a massive headliner at London's Alexandra Palace on June 01, 2019. Check out the full list of dates below.

JUNE

01 - LONDON Alexandra Palace
08 - NEW YORK Terminal 5
13 - LOS ANGELES The WIltern
15 - TORONTO The Budweiser Stage
 

Check out 'Familiar Drugs' below:

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