NEW SINGLE, “WHO’S GONNA LOVE ME NOW,”
AVAILABLE NOW FROM COLD WAR KIDS’ NEW AGE NORMS 2;
SECOND INSTALLMENT OF NEW ALBUM TRILOGY ARRIVING LATER THIS YEAR
Cold War Kids have announced new tour dates and various festival appearances for summer 2020. Having just wrapped an expansive North American tour following the release of New Age Norms 1, the first part of the band’s new album trilogy, the celebration continues with shows beginning May 6 at Middle Waves Music Festival in Fort Wayne, IN, stopping at Firefly Music Festival in Dover, DE and more. A complete list of tour dates are listed below and at coldwarkids.com/.
Cold War Kids recently premiered their new single, “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now,” with a performance on CBS This Morning. “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now,” is the first song from the band’s upcoming album, NEW AGE NORMS 2, whose release date will be announced soon. Besides “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now,” the band performed “Complainer” and “Calm Your Nerves” from NEW AGE NORMS 1.
WATCH “WHO’S GONNA LOVE ME NOW” ON CBS THIS MORNING
Produced and mixed by GRAMMY® Award-winner Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Kacey Musgraves, The War On Drugs) and written by all five members of Cold War Kids, “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now” marks the first music from NEW AGE NORMS 2, the eagerly awaited follow-up to last year’s acclaimed album, NEW AGE NORMS 1, available now in a variety of formats via CWKTWO/AWAL. The second installment in a three-album trilogy, NEW AGE NORMS 2 arrives later this year – for updates and more, please visit www.coldwarkids.com.
“Who’s Gonna Love Me Now” “is about all those times when I imagine what it’d be like to have my freedom,” says Cold War Kids’ Nathan Willett. “You’re in a relationship and you got too cozy – you start wondering what it’s like on the other side. But when you actually get it – you crash and burn.”
COLD WAR KIDS ON TOUR
12 – Fort Wayne, IN – Middle Waves Music Festival *
14 – Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection
16 – South Burlington, CT – Higher Ground Ballroom
17 – Northampton, MA – Academy of Music
18 – New Haven, CT – College Street Music Hall
18-21 – Firefly Music Festival *
23 – Columbia, MA – Rose Park
28 – Bayfield, WI – Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua
30 – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues
1 – Clifton Park, NY – Upstate Concert Hall
* = festival appearance