Phish announced today that their first album in five years. Their 12th studio album, Fuego, will be released June 24 on Jemp Records. The first single from the album, “Waiting All Night,” can be streamed via NPR.
The legendary jam band debuted rough versions of the 10-tracks live during their Halloween show in Atlantic City, N.J. last year. The album was recorded in late 2013 in Nashville, TN, with producer Bob Ezrin, who has worked with countless classic rock acts, including Pink Floyd, Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed and Alice Cooper. The tracks were mainly written by all four members, guitarist Trey Anastasio, drummer Jon Fishman, bassist Mike Gordon and Page McConnell, while in Vermont.
Phish will be on Late Show with David Letterman June 24, the day the album is released. The band embarks on their U.S. summer tour July 1, where they’ll play 25 shows in 14 cities, starting at the XFinity Center in Mansfield, Mass. and ending August 31 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Denver, CO.
Visit Phish Dry Goods to pre-order the album, in CD or 2-LP orange vinyl format (limited pressing).
Fuego Track Listing:
2. "The Line"
3. "Devotion To A Dream"
4. "Halfway To The Moon"
6. "Sing Monica"
8. "Waiting All Night"