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MUTEMATH Announce Release Date For New Album, ‘Vitals’

New York, NY  - GRAMMY-nominated, alternative rock band MUTEMATH is excited to announce the official release date of their highly anticipated fourth album, VITALS. The collection will be available on November 13th and is being self-released under the band’s own label, Wojtek Records in a partnership with Caroline Distribution.

Fans can pre-order the album both digitally and on CD today via iTunes, Amazon and the MUTEMATH store. In addition, fans can visit indie retailers on street date to purchase 1 of 1,000 copies of VITALS on cassette. Featuring 2 bonus tracks, the cassette will act as an official vinyl pre-order, providing fans with a coupon to come back to their point of purchase and pick up the LP after the holidays. $1 from every album pre-order through the official MUTEMATH store will go to launch the New Orleans chapter of Songs for Kids, a foundation that integrates musicians into the lives of children facing illness and hardships.

In conjunction with today’s album announcement, MUTEMATH has also dropped a second song from the album, “Used To.” The track is now streaming exclusively via Billboard + PRESS HERE to listen! The band stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! a few weeks ago to perform this track along with the album’s first single, “Monument.” PRESS HERE + HERE to watch both performances!

MUTEMATH is currently on a completely sold out fall tour, making their way through Nashville, Atlanta and on to their home town of New Orleans next week. Details of their highly anticipated return to Europe, and upcoming 2016 US dates will come in the following weeks.

VITALS Tracklisting
1. Joy Rides
2. Light Up
3. Monument
4. Stratosphere
5. All I See
6. Vitals
7. Composed
8. Used To
9. Best Of Intentions
10. Bulletproof
11. Safe If We Don’t Look Down
12. Remain
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Michael created MUSE/MUSE TV after a career in professional sports and journalism. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Don Bosco Technical Institute in which he studied Electronics and Computer Science and California State University, Fullerton in which he graduated with a degree from the College of Communication in Journalism. He is a big Foo Fighters fan, loves Star Wars and loves photography. Member of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society.
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