Fruition Announces New Album, Shares Single & Confirms 2018 Winter Tour

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Roots-rockers Fruition have big plans for the start of 2018. Not only will the band embark on the first leg of a national tour, but they will release a new studio album.

Fruition will issue Watching It All Fall Apart, featuring 10 new studio tracks produced by Tucker Martine, on February 2. Various pre-order packages including vinyl, CD and limited edition bundles are available via FruitionBand.com. Stream the lead single below.

The band has announced they will be on the road for most of February, March and April. For now, Fruition has confirmed dates through an appearance at WinterWonderGrass Colorado at the end of February. The 2018 tour is scheduled to start at Top Hat in Missoula on January 25. From there, the group hits the Montana cities of Billings and Bozeman ahead of stops in Salt Lake City, Denver, Lawrence, St. Louis, Chicago and Columbus. Also on tap for Fruition in February are concerts in Lexington, Louisville, Nashville, Fayetteville, Wichita and the aforementioned WWG Colorado.

Listen to the first single, “I’ll Never Sing Your Name”:

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