Toss some primo weed in the grinder and get your rolling fingers stretched out, because come this summer, the British boys of Orange Goblin will be dropping a new album for your stoner ass. You may recall that the band said they were hard at work on their 10th studio album, but they’ve just announced that it’s done and dusted.
In a post on their official Facebook page, the band announced that their follow-up to 2018’s The Wolf Bites Back would be coming sometime in either May or June — just in time for perfect smoking outside weather. Whenever the new album drops, it will be Orange Goblin’s first release under Peaceville Records.
Not only that, but they’ve also announced that their first live show of 2024 will take place in March — albeit in Switzerland. Hope you’ve got some airline miles saved up…
“HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
“The new Orange Goblin album is now in the can and due to be released sometime around May / June 2024, via Peaceville Records.
Our first live show of the year will see us travel to Switzerland for Plug Out Festival Vol.1: at KIFF in Aarau on Saturday 9th March.
We may even be playing a new song or two for the first time EVER!
And if Switzerland wasn’t far enough for ya, the band also have plans to tour Japan and Australia this April before hitting New Zealand for the first time ever, so it’s looking like 2024’s a big one for the Brits.
You can find the full list of tour dates for that run below, along with the supporting acts that’ll join ’em along the way.
Orange Goblin Live 2024
April 6 – Cyclone (Shibuya) – Tokyo, Japan
April 7 – Soccer Factory – Osaka, Japan
April 9 – Lions Art Factory – Adelaide, Australia
April 10 – The Basement – Canberra, Australia
April 11 – The Zoo – Brisbane, Australia
April 12 – Crowbar – Sydney, Australia
April 13 – The Croxton – Melbourne, Australia
April 15 – Mothership – Auckland, New Zealand
April 16 – A Rolling Stone – Christchurch, New Zealand
April 17 – Valhalla – Wellington, New Zealand
Support in Tokyo from Church Of Misery
Support in Australia from Dr Colossus and Astrodeath
Support in New Zealand from Pieces Of Molly