We Came As Romans Postpone 10th Anniversary Tour And Reveal Plans For Next Album
We Came As Romans have announced that their 10th anniversary Plant a Seed tour has been postponed yet again.
After being delayed last year due to COVID, the band postponed the tour to June 2020. Now, with the uncertainty surrounding live music in 2021, the band have postponed the tour again. They will not announce new dates until “we are confident that they will happen.” Fans can ask for refunds at the point of purchase.
To make up for the bad news, We Came As Romans also revealed they’re in the studio working on their next album. They didn’t spill any details but mentioned they hoped new music would be out by summer 2021. They’re also working on a “special surprise” to keep fans satiated.
Check out the announcement below.
The upcoming record will mark the first new music 2019 songs “Carry The Weight” and “From The First Note” following the tragic death of vocalist Kyle Pavone.
Bad news: the TPAS 10 year tour is being moved again. We are not announcing new dates until we are confident that they will happen- if you’d like, you can get a refund at your point of purchase.
Good news: WE ARE IN THE STUDIO MAKING A FKN BANGER OF AN ALBUM RN. pic.twitter.com/deBenlSyBj
— We Came As Romans (@wecameasromans) January 25, 2021