WATERPARKS release ‘High Definition’ from their forthcoming third album ‘FANDOM’ – out Oct 11

WATERPARKS release ‘High Definition
from the new album ‘FANDOM’
out October 11th on Hopeless Records

Waterparks have released a new song and music video for ‘High Definition’ from the upcoming album, FANDOM, out October 11, 2019 on Hopeless Records. Fans can stream or download the song here.
WATERPARKS – ‘High Definition’ (Official Music Video)
Earlier this week, the band announced the U.K. and Europe leg of THE FANDOM TOUR.

The FANDOM UK / Europe Tour Dates
Jan 24 – Dublin, Ireland – The Academy
Jan 25 – Belfast, U.K. – Waterfront Studio
Jan 26 – Glasgow, U.K. – SWG3
Jan 27 – Birmingham, U.K. – Institute
Jan 29 – Manchester, U.K. – Academy 2
Feb 1 – London, U.K. – Electric Ballroom
Feb 4 – Koln, Germany – Luxor
Feb 5 – Munich, Germany – Feirerwerk
Feb 7 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg
Feb 8 – Hamburg, Germany – Logo
Feb 9 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Pumpehuset
Feb 11 – Oslo, Norway – Parkteateret
Feb 12 – Stockholm, Sweden – Klubben

FANDOM, the third full-length from Waterparks (and first on Hopeless Records), and  produced by Zakk Cervini (Poppy, Yungblud, nothing, nowhere.), is a colorful, diverse, and enigmatic collection of songs that includes the previously released, “Dream Boy”, “Watch What Happens Next” and the tornado-like, “Turbulent” released in late May.

Waterparks is Awsten Knight (vocals, guitar), Geoff Wigington (guitar, vocals), and Otto Wood (drums, vocals). Last year, they released Entertainment, their most successful album to date. Entertainment made an impressive debut on the Billboard Top 200, charting #7 Rock Albums, #5 Indie, #25 Top Current Albums, #18 Digital and #36 Physical. The record was named one of Alternative Press Magazine’s Most Anticipated of 2018 and was produced by Benji Madden and Courtney Ballard (All Time Low, 5 Seconds of Summer).

Since the release of their debut album Double Dare, the band has remained on the road, touring with the likes of ONE OK ROCK, All Time Low, Sleeping With Sirens, Good Charlotte, and more. The band has been featured on the covers of magazines such as Alternative Press, Kerrang and Rock Sound.

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