NINETIES ALT-ROCKERS ON TOUR …
|| By FITSNEWS || Remember Collective Soul? Okay … you’re forgiven. It’s been awhile.
The Georgia-based alt-rockers haven’t exactly been giving the Taylor Swift or Beyonce a run for their money of late.
After rising to prominence in 1994 with their double-platinum debut album Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid, the band has dropped off the radar. They’re still making (really) good music, though, with October 2 marking the release of a new album entitled See What You Started by Continuing.
In support of the album, Collective Soul – which derived its name from Ayn Rand‘s The Fountainhead – is embarking on a forty-stop U.S. tour, including a stop at the Music Farm in Columbia, S.C. on October 6.
Best known for their first hit, “Shine” – which peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 – Collective Soul wasn’t a one-hit wonder. The band had a number of other solid singles, including “The World I Know,” “Smashing Young Man,” “December” and “Where The River Flows.”
And yes, we’re sure they’ll be playing all those songs when they come to South Carolina’s capital city next month – along with “This,” the first release from their new album.
To learn more about the band (including tour dates), here’s their official website.