Alexisonfire drop 1st new song in almost a decade, book shows

Canadian post-hardcore five-piece Alexisonfire have released “Familiar Drugs,” their first new song in almost 10 years.

Via a press release, “‘Familiar Drugs’ was produced by the band, long-time friend Karl Bareham (City and Colour), and mixed by Grammy-award winning Jacquire King (Tom Waits, Kings of Leon, Modest Mouse).”

Regarding the new track, vocalist George Pettit says, “‘Familiar Drugs’ is about recognizing 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.”

Stream the new song below. You can pre-order the vinyl here.

In more news, Alexisonfire have announced exclusive headlining shows for the spring, counting stops in London, Los Angeles, Toronto, and New York where they play Terminal 5 on June 8 [TIX].

All tour dates are listed below.

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Alexisonfire live in 2019:

June 1 – London, UK @ Alexandra Palace
June 8 – New York, NY @ Terminal 5
June 13 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
June 15 – Toronto, ON @ The Budweiser Stage





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