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Well, the '90s music revival was fun while it lasted: Now the grunge-rock also-ran Candlebox is launching a comeback, with a new album and a North American tour. The band's fourth full-length LP, Love Stories & Other Musings, will drop on April 3. “I haven’t felt this way about a release from Candlebox since our first record,” says guitarist Peter Klett. (Lest we forget, the band’s ’93 self-titled debut did somehow go quadruple platinum.) “The feeling for this record is both refreshing and stimulating. I can’t be more excited to release this music to the fans who have been with us for so long.”


“Believe In It,” a single from Love Stories & Other Musings, is available for free download via Facebook today. And bust out that flannel—tour dates are as follows:

March 17 —Austin, TX—Antone’s (SXSW)
April 7—Pensacola, FL—Cap'n Fun
April 10—Jacksonville, FL—Mavericks
April 11—Atlanta, GA—37 Main
April 13—   Charlotte, NC—Fillmore
April 14—  Myrtle Beach, SC—House Of Blues
April 17— Charleston, SC—Music Farm
April 19— Ft. Lauderdale, FL—Culture Room
April 20—Tampa, FL—Jannus Live
April 21—Orlando, FL—Florida Music Festival
April 24—Winston-Salem, NC—Ziggy's
April 26—Philadelphia, PA—Chameleon Club
April 27—Allentown, PA—Crocodile Rock
April 28—Nashua, NH—Boston Billiard Club (Outdoors Festival)
April 30—Washington, DC—Fillmore
May 03—New York, NY—Gramercy Theater
May 05—Asbury Park, NJ—Stone Pony
May 10—Syracuse, NY—Wescott Theater
May 11—Pittsburgh, PA—Altar
May 12— Flint, MI—Machine Shop
May 16—Cleveland, OH—House of Blues
May 18—Ft. Wayne, IN— Piere's
May 19—Detroit, MI—Emerald Theater

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