JAN 26 – I the Mighty will release their debut album on Equal Vision Records, Karma Never Sleeps, on March 27th.

The San Francisco, CA-based band has also revealed the cover art, tracklisting, and a teaser video for the EP, which can be seen HERE.

Karma Never Sleeps envelops listeners into a dramatic, dreamlike state, with intricate tales of political corruption, desperation and despair, and even words of cautionary counseling for the young and reckless. The EP features six sweeping tracks filled with soaring vocals, catchy hooks, charging guitars and explosive instrumentations, lyrically infused with powerful, poignant storylines.

I the Mighty vocalist Brent Walsh speaks of the band’s politically-charged lead single “Cutting Room Floor” explaining, “I go through phases where I follow politics closely, only to find myself backing away from it completely because it brings little more than frustration and a greater lack of confidence in humanity. The song describes Karma catching up to somebody who has let the persuasive hand of greed be the guiding light by which they live their life.” He concludes, “We don’t want people to just listen to our music on a surface level. We want people to dive into the songs and dissect them and to really feel them.”

The single is currently available on iTunes, Amazon and other online retailers. Pre-orders for the full album, which was produced by Erik Ron [Panic! At The Disco, VersaEmerge, Foxy Shazam], will launch on February 3rd on equalvision.merchnow.com.

I the Mighty has just wrapped up a tour with A Lot Like Birds and Just Like Vinyl (ex-The Fall of Troy) and will next head out with The Mid-Summer Classic, Divided By Friday and Victorian Halls. In March, the band will once again hit the road, with A Lot Like Birds and From Indian Lakes, en route to Texas for SXSW. All upcoming tour dates, as well as the Karma Never Sleeps tracklisting, can be seen below.

1. The Dreamer
2. Dancing On A Tightrope
3. Cutting Room Floor
4. The Frame III: Sirocco
5. These Streets Are Alive
6. Escalators

The Mid-Summer Classic, Divided By Friday, Victorian Halls, I the Mighty
Feb 03 Lompoc, CA @ Grindhouse Gaming
Feb 05 Walnut Creek, CA @ The Red House
Feb 06 Stockton, CA @ Plea For Peace
Feb 07 Rocklin, CA @ Studio21
Feb 08 Redding, CA @ Midnite Rekords Warehouse
Feb 09 Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
Feb 12 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
Feb 13 Boise, ID @ The Venue
Feb 14 Pocatello, ID @ The Elks Lodge
Feb 15 Ogden, UT @ The Basement
Feb 16 St. George, UT @ GoGo 37
Feb 17 Phoenix, AZ @ The Fixx
Feb 19 Albuquerque, NM @ Unity Center
Feb 20 Midland, TX @ Pinebox
Feb 21 Lubbock, TX @ Jakes
Feb 23 Dallas/Fort Worth, TX @ Tomcats West
Feb 25 Las Cruces, NM @ Las Cruces Event Center
Feb 26 Tucson, AZ @ Skrappys
Feb 29 Canoga Park, CA @ Cobalt Cafe

A Lot Like Birds, I the Mighty, From Indian Lakes
Mar 08 Walnut Creek, CA @ The Redhouse
Mar 09 Cupertino, CA @ The Refuge
Mar 10 Bakersfield, CA @ Golden State Hall
Mar 11 Camarillo, CA @ Rock City Studios
Mar 12 Mesa, AZ @ The Nile Underground
Mar 13 Roswell, NM @ Enmur-pac
Mar 16 Austin, TX @ SXSW [I the Mighty only]



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