Blue Rodeo will release a brand new studio album this fall.
According to an update posted Aug. 18 on their official Facebook page, the multi-Juno Award winners have titled their thirteenth studio album "In Our Nature."
For fans teething at the bit to get a listen, the 2012 Canada Hall of Fame inductees have temporarily posted a three track preview, which includes the songs "New Morning Sun", "Never Too Late" and "Mattawa."
"In Our Nature" is the first studio effort from the veteran Canuck alt-country rockers since 2009s "The Things We Left Behind."
Check out the free preview at Blue Rodeo's official website.
The album is set to hit shelves on Oct 29.
Earlier this month, frontman Jim Cuddy was part of the star-studded line-up at the Halo High Water benefit show in Calgary, AB, which raised funds for Alberta's flood victims.
Blue Rodeo's final live gig of the summer is on Aug. 23 in Lucknow, ON at Music In The Fields Festival.
Did you know? Former Blue Rodeo ex-keyboard player James Gray passed away Aug. 5 at age 52. The veteran Canadian musician joined the band in the early 1990s, replacing Bob Wiseman and contributed to six albums during the band's most commercially successful period, including their multi-platinum 1993 album ‘‘Five Days in July."