Bad Omens are working on two different albums

Frontman Noah Sebastian has confirmed that Bad Omens are working on not one but two follow-ups to last year’s huge The Death Of Peace Of Mind!

Bad Omens are working on two different albums
Emily Carter
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Bad Omens are currently working on not one but two new records.

Frontman Noah Sebastian broke the exciting news to Good Charlotte’s Joel Madden on his Artist Friendly podcast (listen below), revealing that the band will be releasing a new deluxe record, as well as an actual proper follow-up to last year’s colossal The Death Of Peace Of Mind.

“In a way, we’re working on two records at once,” Noah tells Joel, revealing that the first project will be called Concrete Forever (which is also the name of their massive North American tour with ERRA and I See Stars) and will feature remixes, stripped-down tracks and collabs. And then, of course, there will be a proper full-length coming, too – but he doesn’t quite know how the two will line up just yet.

“It’s important to me not to rush anything,” he shares of the timeframe. “That’s always a priority, even if it takes me a year or three years. I’m gonna make the best album first.”

Speaking to Kerrang! earlier in the year about Bad Omens’ success and their approach to art, Noah enthused: “The Death Of Peace Of Mind was the perfect example of what I think making music and being in the music industry should be like. We made a record we wanted with no-one saying, ‘It’s due by this date,’ or, ‘It needs to sound like this.’ We made something we thought was cool and we were proud of, and that paid off way more than anything we’ve ever done.”

Bad Omens will be back in the UK next year supporting Bring Me The Horizon at the following:

January 2024

9 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
10 Bournemouth BIC
12 Birmingham Utilita Arena
13 Manchester AO Arena
14 Glasgow OVO Arena
16 Newcastle Utilita Arena
17 Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
19 Sheffield FlyDSA Arena
20 London The O2
21 London The O2
23 Dublin 3 Arena

Get your tickets right here.

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