Five Iron Frenzy is set to release their first studio album in over 10 years, and you can listen to the first single, “Into Your Veins,” below. Due to the Kickstarter campaign’s overwhelming success, you could say this record is a direct result of the fans, as the campaign met the goal and pledged more than $200,000 in less than an hour.

Pre-orders go up at midnight Tuesday, Oct. 29. You’ll be able to order them from the Five Iron website.

Select tour dates with Reel Big Fish are below, along with the tracklisting.


  • 11/5 Charlotte, NC
  • 11/6 Silver Spring, MD
  • 11/7 Boston, MA
  • 11/8 Providence, RI
  • 11/9 Stroudsberg, PA
  • 11/10 Sayverville, NJ
  • 11/11 New Haven, CT
  • 11/12 Hamilton, ON
  • 11/13 Toronto, ON
  • 11/14 Poughkeepsie, NY
  • 11/15 Philadelphia, PA
  • 11/16 Buffalo, NY
  • 11/17 Pittsburgh, PA
  • 11/18 State College, PA
  • 11/20 Norfolk, VA
  • 11/21 Akron, OH
  • 11/22 Joliet, IL
  • 11/23 Nashville, TN

Track Listing

  1. Against A Sea of Troubles
  2. So Far
  3. Zen & The Art of Xenophobia
  4. We Own The Skies
  5. Someone Else’s Problem
  6. I Am Jack’s Smirking Revenge
  7. To Start A Fire
  8. Battle Dancing Unicorns With Glitter
  9. Into Your Veins
  10. It Was A Dark & Stormy Night
  11. I’ve Seen The Sun
  12. Blizzards & Bygones


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