Sonic Avenues announce new album ‘Mistakes’ on Dirtnap Records; tour details

By on March 9, 2014

Sonic Avenues

Montreal’s Sonic Avenues have announced a new LP for Dirtnap Records, entitled Mistakes (out April 15, 2014).  You can check out the first single, “Automatic”….

Having delivered the quintessential powerpop/punk album in 2012’s Dirtnap released burner Television Youth, Montreal’s Sonic Avenues take it to another level on their third LP Mistakes. Building on their signature melodic style, the Aves return with an evolved and considerably more varied effort that resulted from dropping all preconceived notions of how a “punk” record should sound. The band made a concerted effort to not repeat itself, and it shows. While no doubt teeming with energy and hooks, Mistakes eases off the light speed tempos of previous releases and shows greater sophistication in both songwriting and production.

Self-produced by the band in singer Max’s apartment, Mistakes was written over a period of 7 months and produced in less than three. Mixing together songs dark, bright, short, and long, this release really finds the band coming into its own and claiming a distinct niche within the contemporary pop/punk pantheon. Fans of previous Sonic Avenues efforts will discover treats both familiar (“Waiting For A Change”) and completely unexpected (“Better Days To Come”) on this album – by far the band’s best to date!

Be sure to catch Sonic Avenues on tour in 2014 – with dates planned in more than seven European countries, Japan, Russia, the U.S. and Canada!

Sonic Avenues on tour!

Apr. 18   Québec City, QC – Le Cercle

Apr. 24   Ottawa, ON – House Of Targ

Apr. 25   London, ON – Call The Office

Apr. 26   Toronto, ON – Smiling Buddha

May 01   Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie

May 02   Brooklyn, NY – Shea Stadium

May 03   New York, NY – Cake Shop (Dirtnap Records Showcase)

Jun. 12    Montréal, QC – Casa Del Popolo

Jun. 14   Ottawa, ON – Ottawa Explosion

Jun. 22   Toronto, ON – NXNE



Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.