Modern Baseball announce Holy Ghost

Modern Baseball have announced details of their third album entitled Holy Ghost.

It’ll be released on May 13 via Run For Cover Records and was recorded by Joe Reinhart at Philadelphia’s Headroom Studios and follows their 2015 EP The Perfect Cast. View an album teaser below.

The band pulled the plug on dates in the UK and Australia last year as mainman Brendan Lukens took time out to deal with mental ill health and substance abuse issues.

He’s now ready to undertake live shows again and they’ll play two UK dates this week and then head out on a European tour in support of the 11-track album in April.

Modern Baseball Holy Ghost tracklist

  1. Holy Ghost
  2. Wedding Singer
  3. Note to Self
  4. Mass
  5. Everyday
  6. Hiding
  7. Coding These to Lukens
  8. Breathing in Stereo
  9. Apple Cider I Don’t Mind
  10. What If
  11. Just Another Face

Modern Baseball 2016 tour dates

Feb 25: London Electric Ballroom, UK
Feb 26: Manchester Gorilla, UK
Apr 17: Amsterdam The Sugar Factory, Netherlands
Apr 18: Hamburg Nochtspeicher, Germany
Apr 19: Berlin Cassiopeia, Germany
Apr 20: Cologne Blue Shell, Germany
Apr 22: Brighton Sticky Mikes Frog Bar, UK
Apr 23: Norwich Owl Sanctuary, UK
Apr 24: Huddersfield The Parish, UK
Apr 26: Glasgow Stereo, UK
Apr 27: Liverpool Studio 2, UK
Apr 28: Derby The Venue, UK
Apr 30: Groezrock Festival, Belgium

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