Incubus will continue to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their 1999 album “Make Yourself“ with some special “encore performances” at the Pearl Concert Theater in Las Vegas, NV. Those shows will take place on May 22-23. In other news, the band have also posted another teaser for their new song “Our Love.” A video for that track is expected to be released on January 31.
Incubus have announced some May U.S. dates. Here’s their updated schedule:
05/15 Myrtle Beach, SC – House Of Blues (rescheduled “Make Yourself” 20th anniversary show)
05/16 Raleigh, NC – The Ritz (rescheduled “Make Yourself” 20th anniversary show)
05/28 Wichita, KS – The Cotillion Ballroom
05/29 West Des Moines, IA – Val Air Ballroom
05/30 Minneapolis, MN – The Fillmore
06/13 Rho, ITA – I-Days Festival
06/19 Clisson, FRA – Hellfest
Incubus‘ “A Crow Left Of The Murder” will be receiving a new 180 gram transparent yellow vinyl pressing on January 10 via Music On Vinyl. The release will be limited to 2,000 numbered copies.
Incubus singer Brandon Boyd recently said that the band have “a handful of new songs” finished and bassist Ben Kenney has since confirmed the news during an interview with Billboard. According to him, the group actually “have at least four songs that are completely done.”
Kenney said the following:
“We have at least four songs that are completely done and at least one or two others that have videos already and a bunch of other ideas that are floating around that we might try to chip away at when we get back.”
He also added:
“We’re just gonna keep popping songs out if we can. We’re just gonna figure out the way to get our music into people’s hands over the next couple months and hopefully just keep grooving and touring.
We have our own studio now, and we love to record and explore and experiment. It’s just a great situation. But we don’t want to get stacked up in a studio making an album. We have to adapt our process ’cause the albums themselves don’t actually make as big a splash as they used to.”
It looks like we may be getting more new music from Incubus in the near future. While responding to a fan on Twitter, Brandon Boyd confirmed that the band already have “a handful of new songs” finished.