Philadelphia’s Modern Baseball have been pretty quiet lately. However, the band just released a first look into their highly anticipated third LP, Holy Ghost, in the form of two new songs.
The Jake Ewald-fronted “Everyday,” shows off the musician’s high vocal range and lyrical confidence, while the Brendan Lukens-fronted “Apple Cider, I Don’t Mind” sheds a new light onto the musician’s signature sound.
The record is scheduled to release on May 13 through Run For Cover Records and, if these songs are any indication of their final product, it is bound to be a banger.
Modern Baseball will hit the road with Joyce Manor and Thin Lips this Spring, as well, visiting some impressive venues throughout the US and Canada. Check out the tour poster along with the new tracks, below, and let us know what you think in the comments section.