We Came As Romans have revealed details of their eponymous new album, set for release on the 24th of July via Spinefarm Records.
The new LP was recorded with multi-platinum, award-winning producer David Bendeth (Bring Me The Horizon, Paramore, Of Mice & Men).
“Writing this record with David Bendeth was very intense,” says vocalist Dave Stephens. “If a song wasn’t great, it was rewritten until it was, and if it still wasn’t great, it was cut. We wrote close to 40 songs for this record and only ten made the album. Beyond becoming better writers and musicians, it made us stronger as a band and as a team.”
To coincide with the news, We Came As Romans have also shared a brand new track “The World I Used To Know.” You can listen to it via the stream below.
The band explains the new song saying: “When we were younger, we had a youthful spirit that made us less fearful of the changing world around us. Even though we’ve lost that and are now more aware of the negativity in the world, we need to remember those days and view the world with a hopeful spirit.”
The full track list for We Came As Romans is: