Jimmy Eat World to Release New Album Via RCA Records
"Damages," produced by the band with Alain Johannes, is due out on June 11.
Rock band Jimmy Eat World will release its seventh studio album, Damage, on June 11. It's their first for Sony's RCA Records after multi-album deals at Capitol and Interscope, both now under the Universal Music Group umbrella.
The title track and first single is set to be released on Record Store Day, April 20.
The Arizona-based band fronted by Jim Adkins is best known for its 2001 hit song "The Middle," which reached No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The follow-up to 2010's critically-acclaimed Invented, Damages was produced by the band with Alain Johannes (Mark Lanegan, Chris Cornell) and recorded in the fall of 2012. James Brown mixed (Nine Inch Nails, The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart) the album's 10 songs.
Jimmy Eat World will soon announce new tour dates as well.