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Young The Giant to bring brand-new music to Cleveland’s House Of Blues this fall

August 28, 2018

Young The Giant to bring brand-new music to Cleveland’s House Of Blues this fall

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Indie rock band Young The Giant is preparing to release its newest album “Mirror Master” this fall, and will embark on a U.S. tour along with it.

The new album is expected to be released on Oct. 12, and it will include previously-released singles “Simplify” and “Superposition.” “Superposition” is the band’s newest single, released just last week on Aug. 23.

The new album is Young The Giant’s fourth full-length album, following up 2016′s “Home Of The Strange.”

Young The Giant has grown its fan base since forming in 2004, creating indie rock anthems with its songs “Cough Syrup,” “My Body” and “Apartment.” The band is known for its colorful live performances -- it was one of the headliners of the local LaureLive music festival in 2017.

Young The Giant will stop by Cleveland’s House Of Blues for a headlining performance on Nov. 6, with support from alt-rock band Lights. Tickets cost $33.50-$45, and are on sale now. Find more information about the show at House of Blues’ website.

Listen to “Superposition” below.

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