Earlier this year, Greeley Estates announced the phrase “The Death of Greeley Estates”. Thankfully, this title was not indicative of any sort of demise, but rather, a new record from the long running Arizona crew who will share their new tracks with the world August 9th on Tragic Hero Records. The album is an eclectic yet cohesive mix of old and new Greeley, something that fans have been pining after for years now. Front man Ryan Zimmerman chimes in on the band’s transition:

“We decided to take some time off to work on this new record and see if we could get our hearts back in the right place as far as writing. We all wanted to bring back some of the things that made our sound unique in the past. I think lyrically this record is a lot more positive and the whole vibe of the music feels more like us. It’s definitely a step forward for us.”

The Death of Greeley Estates will be released August 9th on Tragic Hero Records and can be pre-ordered at Merchnow.com

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Check out Greeley Estates this summer on their headlining tour alongside The Plot in You, Life on Repeat, Miracle At St. Anna, and Everyone Dies in Utah

Jul 25 Vaudeville Mews Des Moines, IA

Jul 27 Station 4 St Paul, MN

Jul 29 Mojoes Joliet, IL

Jul 30 Hayloft Mt Clemens, MI

Jul 31 The Attic Club Kettering, OH

Aug 01 Peabody’s Downunder Cleveland, OH

Aug 02 Smiling Moose (Upstairs) Pittsburgh, PA

Aug 03 Cafe Under @ Crocodile Rock Allentown, PA

Aug 04 Hangar 84 Vineland, NJ

Aug 05 Europa Brooklyn, NY

Aug 06 Rockos Manchester, NH

Aug 07 Water Front Tavern Holyoke, MA

Aug 08 Knights of Columbus (MD) Annapolis, MD

Aug 09 Club Relevant Virginia Beach, VA

Aug 10 The Brewery Raleigh, NC

Aug 11 Ground Zero Spartanburg, SC

Aug 12 The 567 Macon, GA

Aug 13 The 7 Venue Douglasville, GA

Aug 14 The Pit Jacksonville, FL

Aug 16 Propaganda Lake Worth, FL

Aug 17 The Orpheum Tampa, FL

Aug 18 1982 Bar Gainesville, FL

Aug 19 Handlebar Pensacola, FL

Aug 21 Warehouse Live Studio Houston, TX

Aug 22 Emo’s Inside Austin, TX

Aug 23 Eisenbergs Plano, TX

Aug 24 Jakes Lubbock, TX

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