The Internet’s buzzing with Brand New’s first new music in six years. The song, “Mene,” debuted Tuesday with an accompanying video featuring footage from past live shows. The upbeat track is all we have for now, and we assume an announcement from the band is soon to follow.

In honor of the new track, we’re revisiting one of the band’s older hits, plus some of their other favorites.

Most of their shows are sold out, so check out Brand New’s available tour dates below.

  • May 7th @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre in St. Augustine, FL
  • May 8th @ Shaky Knees Festival in Atlanta, GA
  • May 9th @ Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh, NC
  • May 22nd @ Matrix in Bochum, Germany
  • May 23rd @ Fackelbuhne Stage, Mayfield Derby Festival in Mannheil, Germany
  • May 24th @ Arena in Vienna, Austria
  • May 27th @ Paddock in Madrid, Spain
  • May 28th @ Primavera Sound in Barcelona, Spain
  • June 29th @ Ralston Arena in Ralston, NE
  • June 30th @ Cabooze Outdoor Plaza in Minneapolis, MN
  • July 1st @ Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI
  • July 2nd @ Jacob’s Pavilion @ Nautica in Cleveland, OH
  • July 30th @ Meadow Brook Music Festival in Rochester Hills, MI
  • July 31st-August 2nd @ Lollapalooza in Chicago, IL

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