ROAM announce third album and release new single

By Punktastic

Hot on the heels of news that the band will be touring the UK in September alongside With Confidence, South Coast pop punkers ROAM have announced that their new and third full-length album ‘Smile Wide’ will be released on 6 September 2019.

The announcement is accompanied by a video for the album’s lead single, ‘I Don’t Think I Live There Anymore’ – taking a swing into a rockier and more mature sound for the band, it still features one of ROAM’s characteristic infuriatingly catchy choruses, but now with bonus 90s vibes, as well as carrying big promises for the rest of the album.

“This track uses the idea of an out of body experience to exemplify the feeling of being out of control in any situation,” explains guitarist and vocalist Alex Adam. He continues, “it follows the protagonist as they wander vacant through life, doing as they’re told, going where they’re told…”

You can check out the video in full below, and pre-order ‘Smile Wide’ here.

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