Veteran Canadian hard rock act Finger Eleven will release a new album this summer, titled Five Crooked Lines via The Bicycle Music Company/Concord Music. The first single from the album, ‘Wolves and Doors’ including a music video which premiered today. Watch the video below:
The JUNO award-winning band (2007) crafted their new record in Nashville with Dave Cobb (Rival Sons, Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell). Singer Scott Anderson explains the meaning behind the title of the album:
“For me it’s symbolic of fortune and luck and how fragile those things are… In one instance you’ve got five crooked lines, which in one position is just a heap of bent sticks. But in the right way, they make a star, which is the most glorious shape there is.”
Finger Eleven has an extensive tour booked, including a string of dates with fellow countrymen Three Days Grace.
Finger Eleven tour dates:
Jun 13: Sound of Music Festival – Burlington, ONT.
Jun 18: Krautfest – Franksville, WI
Jun 19: Iowa Speedway (NASCAR Camping World Truck Series) – Newton, IA
Jun 20: Mojoes – Joliet, IL
Jun 21: Ground Zero – Traverse City, MI
Jul 03: Festival Hommes – Fort Warwick -Warwick, PQ.
Jul 09: Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
Jul 10: Com Ground Music Festival – Lansing, MI*
Jul 11: LC Pavilion – Columbus, OH*
Jul 13: Cannery Ballroom – Nashville, TN*
Jul 14: Diad Pub Concert Hall – Louisville, KY*
Jul 15: Limelight – Peoria, IL*
Jul 16: Rock Fest – Cadott, WI
Jul 18: Moondance Jam – Walker, MN