Withered Bones, fresh off signing to Blood and Ink Records, is streaming their new album, For the Ones I Love, right now; the stream comes from the label’s Bandcamp. The Phoenix, AZ-based band formed in 2013, released an EP on their own before signing with Blood and Ink, claiming Killing the Dream and Sinking Ships as influences on For the Ones I Love. The album is scheduled for release Friday, Dec. 4.

The band will embark on a West Coast tour in support of the new release, paired with labelmates Tigerwine.

  • 12/04/15  Tempe, AZ @ 51 West
  • 12/05/15  Wildomar, CA @ Dad’s Den
  • 12/06/15  Van Nuys, CA @ White Oak Music and Arts
  • 12/08/15  Fresno, CA @ Dynamite Vinyl
  • 12/09/15  Sacramento, CA @ Cafe Colonial
  • 12/10/15  Redding, CA @ Caldwell Park
  • 12/11/15  Medford, OR @ Living Waters Church
  • 12/13/15  Bremerton, WA @ The Charleston
  • 12/15/15  Boise, ID @ House Show
  • 12/16/15  Logan, UT @ WhySound Venue
  • 12/17/15  Denver, CO @ Helvey House
  • 12/18/15  Albuquerque, NM @ Duke City Sound

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