Peter Bjorn and John Announce 'Darker Days' Album

The Swedish band have also revealed a North American tour
Peter Bjorn and John Announce 'Darker Days' Album
Peter Bjorn and John are headed back into our lives with a new album. Called Darker Days, the LP will arrive on October 19.

The album marks the Swedish group's first since 2016's Breakin' Point and was recorded in Stockholm at Atlantis Studios. A press release promises the group aimed to "strip away the noise" and create a "composed and simple" album. Each member — Peter Morén, Björn Yttling and John Eriksson — wrote songs for Darker Days, though composed them all separately.

According to the press release, the album's themes include "Peter tackling what's happening in the world right now, Bjorn delving into relationship issues and John, the most existential, exploring the shadows of our own psyche."

While we've yet to get a song from the upcoming album, Peter Bjorn and John have announced a North American tour, and you can see all the dates below.

That's the cover art for Darker Days above.

Tour dates:


10/18 Vienna, AT - Flex

10/19 Prague, CZ - Lucerna Music Bar

10/20 Berlin, DE - Scope Festival

11/29 Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall

11/30 Brooklyn, NY - Rough Trade

12/01 New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom

12/02 Washington, DC - Rock & Roll Hotel

12/04 Toronto, ON - Velvet Underground

12/05 Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall

12/07 Santa Ana, CA - Marty's On Newport

12/08 Los Angeles, CA - Teragram

12/09 San Francisco, CA - Independent