MxPx announce their first full-length album featuring original compositions since their 2018 eponymous release.
MxPx have exciting news for their fans as they announce a long-awaited release of a brand-new album. The pop-punk veterans have been keeping fans on their toes with the announcement of their upcoming project, titled ‘Find a Way Home’.
The details surrounding the album have been shrouded in secrecy, but the band recently took to Instagram to disclose that fans can begin pre-ordering the album from July 21.
To add to the anticipation, a tantalising teaser video has been released, offering a glimpse of the fresh sounds that will likely grace the album.
‘Find a Way Home’ marks a significant milestone for MxPx, as it will be their first full-length album featuring original compositions since their eponymous release over three years ago.
Over the past few years, the band has treated listeners to special collections showcasing new renditions of their beloved classics on 2020’s ‘Life in Quarantine’ and 2022’s ‘Southbound to San Antonio’. These releases have been interspersed with a series of singles that seamlessly integrated into their ever-growing discography.
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