Officially ending their four year hiatus, Yellowcard plans to release their new album 'When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes' on March 22nd, the follow up to 2007's "Paper Walls."
Officially ending their four year hiatus, Yellowcard plans to release their new album ‘When You’re Through Thinking, Say Yes’ on March 22nd on Hopeless Records. The first single from the album titled “For You, and Your Denial,” will go on sale at digital retailers starting January 18th. “We’re talking about a ton of different ideas, and we’re itching to start as soon as possible,” lead singer Ryan Key said prior to beginning the recording process last summer. “Ultimately, we want to make something the fans will love. What we love to do most, is look out from the stage and see people exploding with energy, and I think we keep that in mind while writing.” In the spring of 2008, Yellowcard announced that the band was on “indefinite hiatus,” in order to let the members of the band focus on other projects. On August 1st, 2010 the band announced on Yellowcard’s official Facebook page that they had reunited with plans for a new album in 2011. In addition to the album’s release, Yellowcard also has a spring tour planned with All Time Low, Hey Monday, and The Summer Set kicking off in March.