The Alternative rockers revealed to the press that their upcoming new LP is set to be dropped this fall and it will sound a little bit poppy.
Alternative rock act Dashboard Confessional have just revealed more details about their upcoming studio album. Although, having yet to set the title for the new LP, the band stated to Billboard.com that the follow up to "The Shade of Poison Trees" would be dropped this fall.
Revealing the details about the upcoming record, the band's frontman Chris Carrabba told Billboard that the new LP "has a vibrance that is suited for summertime." Chris also added that the songs on the new album will sound "a bit poppy. But not in a 'pop' popular music way."
Moreover, Chris also credited the work done by the yet-to-be-titled LP's producer Adam Schelsinger for creating the unusual pop sound for the record. "Some producers do an amazing job of inventing new techniques. But Adam understands the palette of craftsmanship. He's really good," Chris said.
Beside working on a new record, the band will also do some other project but unfortunately, Chris still refuses to reveal details about the new stuff. "If I can get these guys to actually all come into the room together on the same day, we'll see what happens. Right now, it's only just a bit more than 'in theory' right now," said Chris.