American Hi-Fi's highly anticipated new album Fight The Frequency has had it's release date pushed back until August 17th. Originally due out June 22, the album is the band's first in 5 years.
Following up their 2005 release Hearts On Parade, Fight The Frequency was produced by singer/guitarist Stacy Jones and recorded at his studio in Los Angeles, The Deathstar. The first single from the album, a song called "Lost" is due out on radio May 24th, but fans can hear a demo of the track below.
First Listen: "Lost" by American Hi-Fi
The album is due out on the band's own label, Hi-Fi Killers/The Ascot Club (distributed through Megaforce/RED/Sony). According to an interview in March with Altpress, Jones says that the album harkens back to the band's early sound.
“I think we've circled back to the first record in terms of sonics and style. We've moved back to big, riff-driven guitar parts with melodies on top and a slightly harder edge.” Jones later added, “In the past, there was always the pressures and expectations that came from being on a record label. Now, we have the freedom to put the business aside and just play rock music like we always wanted!”
Here’s the complete track listing for Fight The Frequency:
3. Fight The Frequency
4. Frat Clump
5. Keep It Like A Secret
6. Lookout For Hope
8. Recover The Stars
10. A Taste For Crime
11. This Is A Low
12. Tiny Spark
13. Where Love Is A Lie