Mod Sun's new album is here!
On Friday, the pop-punk star shared his new record God Save the Teen, which is out now via Big Noise. And while he's been sharing songs over the past year, including the standout "Battle Scars," he's intentionally saved all-new music for the album.
“No one has heard any of the songs yet," he said on social media. "It’s all completely brand-new material. It is to be experienced as a pure body of work to enjoy.”
He added: "I miss when an artist dropping an album felt like an event and it's been awhile since I've felt like an album is one giant piece of work, instead of just a bunch of songs. This is my best body of work and I want to present it in the purest way possible."
To celebrate the new album, Mod Sun will also hit the road later this month.
Mod Sun's live schedule:
Feb. 19—Sacramento, CA—Goldfield Trading Post Roseville
Feb. 21—Portland, OR—Hawthorne Theatre
Feb. 22—Seattle, WA—Neumos
Feb. 23—Vancouver, Canada—Rickshaw Theatre
Feb. 25—Edmonton, Canada—Union Hall
Feb. 27—Salt Lake City, UT—The Depot
March 1—Denver, CO—Summit Music Hall
March 3—Lawrence, KS—The Granada
March 4—Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue
March 5—Chicago, IL—Bottom Lounge
March 7—Detroit, MI—Saint Andrews Hall
March 9—Cleveland, OH—Agora Theatre & Ballroom
March 10—Toronto, Canada—Phoenix Concert Theatre
March 12—Montréal, Canada—Théâtre Corona
March 14—Boston, MA—Paradise Rock Club
March 15—New York City, NY—Irving Plaza
March 17—Philadelphia, PA—Brooklyn Bowl Philly
March 19—Silver Spring, MD—The Fillmore
March 21—Atlanta, GA—The Masquerade
March 22—Nashville, TN—Eastside Bowl
March 26—Fort Lauderdale, FL—Culture Room
March 28—Dallas, TX—South Side Music Hall
March 29—Houston, TX—RISE Rooftop
March 30—Mesa, AZ—Nile Theater
April 2—Los Angeles, CA—The Fonda Theatre