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SWITCHFOOT releases 11th full-length album; Native Tongue tour dates set

The 14-song project bring a group of diverse songs under one common banner

Switchfoot Native Tongue album released

GRAMMY® Award-winning rock band SWITCHFOOT releases their 11th full-length album, Native Tongue, today. Throughout 2019, SWITCHFOOT will take the project’s message of love and hope to their multitude of fans on the North American leg of their Native Tongue Tour, which kicks off February 14th in Asheville, N.C.

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SWITCHFOOT with Lindsey Stirling at Album Release Party at Microsoft Lounge in Culver City, CA
(Photo Credit: Casey Rodgers, AP)

SWITCHFOOT celebrated release week with Billboard and TMZ Live sessions and an intimate album release party at the Microsoft Lounge in Culver City, Calif. The band also taped an episode of The Good Life Podcast with Stevie & Sazan as well as a performance for the nationally-televised daytime talk show “Home & Family” that airs today at 10a/9c on The Hallmark Channel (repeats Jan. 21 at 12p/11c).

Track List:
1. Let It Happen
2. Native Tongue
3. All I Need
4. Voices
5. Dig New Streams
6. Joy Invincible
7. Prodigal Soul
8. The Hardest Art (Feat. Kaela Sinclair)
9. Wonderful Feeling
10. Take My Fire
11. The Strength To Let Go
12. Oxygen
13. We’re Gonna Be Alright
14. You’re The One I Want

Native Tongue Tour Dates:
Feb. 14 The Orange Peel – Asheville, N.C.
Feb. 15 The Mill & Mine – Knoxville, Tenn.
Feb. 16 Tabernacle – Atlanta, Ga.
Feb. 17 Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, Tenn.
Feb. 19 The Fillmore Silver Spring – Silver Spring, Md.
Feb. 20 The Fillmore – Philadelphia, Pa.
Feb. 22 Wellmont Theater – Montclair, N.J.
Feb. 23 The Paramount – Huntington, N.Y.
Feb. 24 House of Blues – Boston, Mass.
Feb. 27 Carnegie Music Hall – Munhall, Penn.
Feb. 28 Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, Ontario
March 01 House of Blues – Cleveland, Ohio
March 02 20 Monroe Live – Grand Rapids, Mich.
March 03 The Fillmore Detroit – Detroit, Mich.
March 05 The Pageant – Saint Louis, Mo.
March 06 Egyptian Room at Old National Centre – Indianapolis, Ind.
March 08 Park West – Chicago, Ill.
March 09 Park West – Chicago, Ill.
March 10 The Sylvee – Madison, Wis.
March 13 New Daisy Theatre – Memphis, Tenn.
March 14 Club Brady – Tulsa, Okla.
March 15 House of Blues – Dallas, Texas
March 16 House of Blues – Houston, Texas
March 18 Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater – Austin, Texas
March 19 Aztec Theatre – San Antonio, Texas
March 21 Iron City – Birmingham, Ala.
March 22 The RITZ Ybor – Tampa, Fla.
March 23 House of Blues – Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
March 24 Revolution – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
March 27 State Theatre – Minneapolis, Minn.
March 28 Sokol Auditorium – Omaha, Neb.
March 29 Uptown Theater – Kansas City, Mo.
March 30 Fillmore Auditorium – Denver, Colo.
March 31 The Depot – Salt Lake City, Utah
April 03 Rialto Theatre – Tucson, Ariz.
April 04 The Van Buren – Phoenix, Ariz.
April 05 The Wiltern – Los Angeles, Calif.
April 06 Arlington Theatre – Santa Barbara, Calif.
April 07 Warfield Theater – San Francisco, Calif.
April 09 McDonald Theatre – Eugene, Ore.
April 10 Crystal Ballroom – Portland, Ore.
April 11 Neptune Theatre – Seattle, Wash.
April 12 Neptune Theatre – Seattle, Wash.
April 13 Queen Elizabeth Theatre – Vancouver, British Columbia

Sarah Hearn
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Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of PositivelyGospel.com. Sarah founded the site to serve as a positive platform for gospel music news, to share all of the good things happening within the Gospel and Christian music industry. In 2017, the site was named one of the Top 50 Gospel and Christian Music websites. An ordained minister of the Gospel, Sarah has done missions work in Kenya, India, Haiti, Nicaragua and other nations, as well as locally and throughout the United States.

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