Supergroup Stockholm Syndrome is hitting the road again this week, supported by hard-rocking Austin trio Ume
This will mark Stockholm Syndrome’s first tour of the East Coast since the release of their sophomore record, “Apollo,” which came out this year on Response Records. “Apollo” was the long-awaited follow-up to the band’s 2004 debut studio album, “Holy Happy Hour.” Fans can expect to hear the new tunes as well as some old favorites, in addition to a handful of carefully chosen covers.
Relix Magazine has a sneak peek HERE of “Emma’s Pissed” from Apollo, out February 15 on Response Records.
On February 15, Response Records will release Apollo, Stockholm Syndrome’s follow up to the 2004 studio debut, Holy Happy Hour. Apollo features the current quintet, with Jerry Joseph, Dave Schools, Wally Ingram, Eric McFadden and Danny Louis. Dave Schools produced the album which was recorded in a converted chicken coop in Cotati, California with additional recording at Compass Point Studios in Nassau. The group will tour in support of the disc next year, with shows already announced.
Stockholm Syndrome has announced tour dates in September in the Eastern US! Check out the Tour page for details. Fan Club tickets are on sale now HERE, including an option to purchase a 10″ including 2 tracks from the forthcoming new studio album.