311 Celebrates ‘Voyager’ Release with Free Live Concert Stream
311 fans should clear your schedule tomorrow evening. The group will celebrate the release of their latest album Voyager in grand style with a free live stream of their concert at the KeyBank Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pa. tomorrow night (July 13).
The band have teamed up with YouTube, production company 7 Cinematics and live download site Nugs.net for high definition six camera, multi-angle live stream of the concert, which will air live on 311’s YouTube and Facebook pages, as well as Nugs.net.
Co-vocalist Nick Hexum says, “We wish all of our family, friends and fans around the world could join us in-person for a special evening celebrating the release of the new album. Since that’s not possible, we’re doing the next best thing and bringing the show to everyone.”
311 released Voyager today (July 12), which marks the band’s 13th studio album. Fans can stream the effort here. The album features 13 new songs, four which were recorded with Grammy-nominated producer John Feldmann (Blink-182, Panic! At the Disco) and nine that were recorded with Scotch Ralston, who produced 311's previous albums Transistor, Soundsystem and Stereolithic.
Back in April, the group released two songs from the new album; "Good Feeling" and "Don't You Worry." Vocalist Nick Hexum says "Good Feeling" is "an antidote to all the fear, anger and division so prevalent in society today" and he calls the song "a three-minute party jam meant to feel like a vacation.” "Don't You Worry" is "a song validating personal connection and leaning on one another to turn things for the better.”
311 are out on the road this summer on a co-headlining tour with Dirty Heads. Both bands have partnered up with the Plus1 organization so that $1 from every ticket sold goes to community organizations in need. Learn more at this location. For tour dates and ticketing information click here.
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