Equal Vision Records and celebrated punk band Hot Water Music are excited to announce the release of its acclaimed new album, Feel The Void. Featuring the return of producer Brian McTernan (Turnstile, Converge, Thrice), Feel The Void offers up a torrent of resilience that strives for light in the context of personal and global darkness across its 12 energetic and impassioned songs.
The band has also released the music video for “Habitual”, a standout track from the new collection that is accompanied by a clip directed by Jesse Korman. Perhaps the most personal song vocalist/guitarist Chuck Ragan has ever written, “Habitual” is for and about those close to him who have suffered with or succumbed to cancer.
“’Habitual’ is written to show the perspective of a fighter battling cancer. We’ve witnessed family and friends have their bodies taken over by disease. We’ve witnessed some of them give up quickly and lose the will to fight. We’ve also seen the other side of the human spirit where even though their life was determined to be extinguished, they rose above the inevitable to either beat the disease itself or beat the negativity it often is bound to. This song goes out to all who are fighting for their life and the loved ones who are in their corner. Never give up, never give in,” says Ragan.
Hot Water Music will be making the following North American appearances throughout 2022.
23 — Boston, MA — The Sinclair ^
24 — New York, NY — Elsewhere ^
25 — Garwood, NJ — Crossroads ^
26 — Garwood, NJ — Crossroads ^ (SOLD OUT)
27 — Philadelphia, PA — Underground Arts ^
09 — Toronto, ON — Phoenix Concert Theatre *
10 — London, ON — London Music Hall
12 — Winnipeg, MB — The Park Theater
13 — Edmonton, AB — Union Hall *
14 — Calgary, AB — The Palace Theatre *
15 — Victoria, BC — Capitol Ballroom
16 — Vancouver, BC — Vogue *
09 — Fort Collins, CO — Washington’s FoCo (w/ Elway, Modern Life Is War)
10 — Denver, CO — The Gothic Theatre (w/ Elway)
02 — St. Catharines, ON — Born and Raised
07 — Los Angeles, CA — The Roxy %
08 — Garden Grove, CA — Garden Amp %
09 — San Francisco, CA — Great American Music Hall %
16 — Portland, OR — Doug Fir
17 — Seattle, WA — The Crocodile
* — co-headline with The Menzingers
# — w/ Tim Barry and Be Well
& — w/ Avail and Be Well
^ — w/ Strike Anywhere and Be Well
% — w/ Good Riddance and Bad Cop/Bad Cop