Mandy Moore's plan this fall is to tour along the way with her band to promote new album "Wild Hope".
Mandy Moore is infused with her music persona this year through the release of "Wild Hope". She is willing to take a break from film to get on the road for a long enjoyable tour.
"I really just want to go on tour this fall," Mandy said. "I'd love to do a film, but it has to be something that makes sense and that I'm really passionate about to take me off the road, 'cause that's really what I want to do right now."
Mandy's June 19 release album is her first record to contain part of her writing and collaboration with Chantal Kreviazuk. She insists that this piece is not suitable for arena kind of show but rather on those smaller-scale and intimate gigs. "Just something fun and low-key," she said.
Having small showcases doesn't mean no big cities hitting. She continued, "We're already doing some fun, acoustic shows. I think as the record comes out we're going to do some showcases in bigger cities across the country."
Three songs from the new album have been left open to the public. "Extraordinary" which video is completed premiered on in January while another song "Nothing That You Are" was also posted on her MySpace. The latest post is the track "All Good Things" that plays whenever fans enter Mandy's official website.