Taking Back Sunday is currently unsigned with plans of going into the studio in 2020. They’ll be weighing their options carefully before deciding which partner will make for a good fit for their next project.
Throughout 2019, original Taking Back Sunday members Adam Lazzara (vocalist), John Nolan (guitarist, vocalist, keyboards), Mark O'Connell (drummer) and Shaun Cooper (bassist) are celebrating their 20th anniversary since forming on Long Island in 1999 with a year-long worldwide tour and 21-song career-spanning compilation.
The new collection, titled Twenty (released January 11 by Concords’ Craft Recordings), includes 19 catalog tracks from all seven of their full-length studio albums, plus two new studio recordings titled "All Ready To Go" and "A Song For Dan," which hint at the direction Taking Back Sunday is heading in.
By the end of this year, the internationally-celebrated mainstream rock band will have taken their 20th anniversary tour – paying tribute to their catalog and their fans with full album performances – to Australia, Singapore, Japan, Indonesia, Manila, Latin America, the U.S. (including their first-ever show in Alaska, which sold out), Canada, the U.K., Ireland, Netherlands and Germany. The band just wrapped up a tour in Europe and this summer they’re playing the Vans Warped Tour 25th Anniversary show (Atlantic City), Summerfest (Milwaukee), Festival d'été de Québec (Canada), RBC Blues Fest (Ottowa), Inkcarceration (Mansfield, OH), Great South Bay Festival (Patchogue, NY), Bumbershoot (Seattle), and Riot Fest (Chicago) before kicking off leg two of their North America tour in the Fall.
Taking Back Sunday just recently became the youngest inductees into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame.
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