Concerts in Latin America on ANTHEM World Tour starting July 18th, tickets on sale now.
Pop-Rock trio HANSON, are back with their brand new album ‘ANTHEM’, which is set to be released on July 15th in Latin America, along with the album’s lead single ‘Get The Girl Back’. The album’s release coincides with Latin American leg of the ANTHEM World Tour, which is set for mid July. The tour will bring the band to Brazil and Argentina, starting with the first concert in Buenos Aires on July 18th, with tickets on sale now.
The infectious new single ‘Get The Girl Back’, showcases the band’s signature soulful pop-rock sound, and features guest appearances from members of fellow pop-soul connoisseurs Fitz and The Tantrums. The accompanying music video stars Kat Dennings (Two Broke Girls) and Nikki Reed (Twilight/Thirteen) and will be available for purchase exclusively as part of the Get The Girl Back single available digitally July 8th.
ANTHEM was produced and written by the band, and mixed by the legendary Tom Lord-Alge. Its guitar-driven sound pulls from some of the band’s harder hitting rock and R&B influences – from James Brown, to early Michael Jackson, and AC/DC.
Speaking of the new album, Taylor said: “We have always been in awe of the ability music has to engage people, whether it’s a song that makes you want to dance, or a song that inspires you to take action for a cause. We want this record to be the anthem for all of those moments.”
The release of ANTHEM in Latin America comes amidst a busy year for the band, with releases in North America and Europe, garnering critical acclaim for the epic new album. ANTHEM is the fourth to be released on the band’s own independent 3CG Records, which they founded a decade ago, and the bands sixth studio album.
2013 marks the 21st anniversary of HANSON. The band celebrated the anniversary with the launch of their own craft beer Mmmhops, which made its debut at the after party for the Hollywood premiere of summer hit The HANGOVER III.
HANSON have been nominated for multiple Grammys, released five prior studio albums which spawned a string of hit singles, and sold over 16 million albums worldwide.
July 18- Buenos Aires, Argentina – Vorterix
July 20 – Rio De Janeiro, Brazil – Citibank Hall
July 21 – Sao Paulo, Brazil – Credicard Hall