Recently news broke that Savanah’s Passafire would join Easy Star Records for the release of their fifth full length studio album titled, Vines. Now, just after the announcement of the record’s track list and cover art, Vines is now officially available for pre-order!
Passafire prides themselves on pushing the boundaries of reggae and rock. With Vines the group continues their progressive rock even further. Mixed by Paul Leary (Sublime, Pepper, Slightly Stoopid), Vines, will features 13 original tracks!
Hitting the Easy Star online store on September 30th, the Vines pre-order will be offered for just over a month, leading up to the record release on November 11th.
After the success of Passafire’s last release, Start From Scratch, fans have been anxiously awaiting new music from the group since they initially let word slip that new music was in the works. Pre-ordering allows fans to be sure they can listen to the new tunes right when they drop, as a free digital copy will be sent out on the release date.
All orders will receive an instant download of “Earthquake” the first single off the new record. And fans who pre-order Vines by Monday, October 7th will also be able to save 25% off!
Also available to pre-order are tickets to Passafire’s upcoming tour with Ballyhoo!. Kicking off on October 4th, the two groups are set to skirt the East Coast on the Fall BrewHaHa Tour.
Always mindful of their dedicated fan base, Passafire is inviting their biggest fans on the tour to go backstage and listen to the new album with the band, before anyone else! Also included with this deal is a private acoustic performance, with Passafire playing requests of any of their past albums.
Available for FREE, fans need only to register with the advance purchase of a ticket. Fans can find tickets to any stop of the tour as well as sign up for this special opportunity here.
For more information about Passafire, their music, and the fall tour, follow the links below:
Article By: Aaron Solomon
Check out Passafire’s new lyric video for “Earthquake.”