Jimmy Eat World released their seventh studio album, Damage, last Monday. The album was produced by Jimmy Eat World and Alain Johannes (Mark Lanegan, Chris Cornell) and recorded in the fall of 2012 at the producer's Los Angeles home studio. Damage, is the follow up to 2010's critically-acclaimed Invented, and the first release on their label partner RCA Records.
The band just spent a busy week in London including a live double header with Queens Of The Stone Age, as part of Radio 1 Rock Week, which culminated in an exhilarating performance at Download Festival plus a sold out show at Koko last night, where they performed to a rapturous audience.
They continue their live onslaught with news of an extensive UK tour in support of Damage, which kicks off on September 5th in Birmingham Vocalist Jim Adkins adds "We are excited to start playing shows in the UK again. Some of the best crowds anywhere! We have put a lot of work into making our new album Damage and can't wait to play the new songs for you guys!"
UK TOUR DATES
5th - Birmingham, Academy
9th - Glasgow, Academy
10th - Newcastle, Academy
12th - Leeds Academy
13th - Manchester, Academy
14th - Bristol, Academy
19th - London, Brixton Academy
Tickets go on sale on Friday 21st June at 9am