The Dangerous Summer Announce New Album ‘Gravity’ And Drop Title Track

The Dangerous Summer have announced their brand-new album ‘Gravity’, which is set for release June 21 via Rude Records.

To mark the news, the band have shared the forthcoming album’s title track, an anthemic new offering that explores overcoming personal darkness and a sense of navigating the unknown.

‘Gravity’ marks a beautiful way to kickstart the new era, with lead singer AJ Perdomo saying of the track:

“‘Gravity’ almost never happened. It had an old name – ‘The Walls Outside,’ with completely different lyrics. 

“A week before the end of the record, I locked myself in my room for 2 and a half days. It was kind of a breaking point in the record, but it turned out to be filled with so much heart, that it ended up as the first single. It really encapsulates the album. 

“The lonely journey we spent out in space finding our sound. There were times where I thought that we would never make it back.”

The track arrives with a video created by Perdomo and fellow band members Josh Withenshaw and Christian Zawacki, with additional shooting by Ethan Luck, Danny Zawacki and various artists – have a watch below.

To celebrate the album, Rock Sound have teamed up with the band to produce a world exclusive transparent violet vinyl, limited to just 100 copies.

Available for delivery worldwide, you can get yours while stocks last only at SHOP.ROCKSOUND.TV.

Click here or on the image above to get yours now.

The Dangerous Summer will play a handful of dates in the UK this May before playing Slam Dunk Festival at the end of that month.

Check out the full list of dates below – and visit the band’s site for more information and to buy tickets. 

Mon, May 20 – Plymouth, UK – The Junction

Tue, May 21 – Sheffield, UK – Leadmill

Wed, May 22 – Guildford, UK – Boileroom

Thu, May 23 – Southampton, UK – Joiners

Sat, May 25 – Hatfield, UK – Slam Dunk Festival – South 2024

Sun, May 26 – Leeds, UK – Slam Dunk Festival – North 2024

Check out the album artwork for ‘Gravity’ below.

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